VeriStand can be used to perform testing across a broad range of applications from embedded software validation to physical test cell applications such as dynamometer and servo-hydraulic based testing. VeriStand also enables distributed testing across many synchronized real-time controllers. The flexibility of VeriStand allows design and test engineers to use a single software platform for all phases of embedded control development, which increases process efficiency and reduces development costs.
"NI VeriStand has played a significant role in achieving the quality and reliability standards that have helped us win new automotive business."
Solutions including hardware-in-the loop testing, model-in-the-loop testing, and rapid control prototyping.
Test cells combine industrial machinery with precision control and laboratory-quality measurements to replicate real-world environments.
Common examples of real-time test cells are dynamometers, environmental test chambers, and servo-hydraulic-based test rigs.
“We selected NI VeriStand for our Legacy 500 Iron Bird because of the breadth of functionality the environment provides out of the box, which significantly reduces our development efforts.”
Use VeriStand to configure reflective memory networks and timing interfaces to create applications with multiple, synchronized real-time execution targets.
Test components such as user interface elements, stimulus profiles, and simulation models can often be reused throughout embedded software development, which improves efficiency and provides more comprehensive test coverage.
Learn how to implement system-level tests that you can reuse throughout the entire embedded software development process while providing traceability and coverage analysis using your requirements documents.