Engineers have less time for system validation because requirements are constantly evolving as designs are finalized. As line-replaceable units (LRUs) become more complex, engineers must develop test systems with limited resources, time, and budget. It’s time for a better approach to validating software—one that embraces requirement changes and empowers teams to create agile, modular HIL test systems that can be leveraged across the product’s life cycle and scale to system integration labs.
Use NI’s curated ecosystem to take advantage of the latest advances in COTS hardware and software products designed to address the needs of complex LRU validation.
Minimize schedule and test coverage risk with a flexible test solution designed to be extended and customized to meet your changing requirements.
Add new test capability or augment existing test assets with a range of HIL solutions built on a NI-supported reference architecture.
Choose from multiple service and system options delivered by highly focused NI Partners: Bloomy, SET, and Tech180.
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Learn how NI is empowering test teams to deliver test systems earlier than expected for less money with an agile approach to HIL test.
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