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This five-part, interactive webcast series covers the basics and the recommended process for building test systems from start to finish.
Watch this webcast series to learn test engineer best practices that range from software, instruments, and rack selection to maintenance and deployment strategies. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions in real time.
The series is intended for test engineers, technicians, and managers who are looking to improve the throughput and lower the cost of test applications.
Learn how to scope your system and evaluate the best test platform to accommodate your current and future instrumentation needs.
Review best practices in choosing a rack type and size and selecting a power distribution unit to maximize your long-term investment.
Learn about the options for a switching architecture, mass interconnect, and test fixture to efficiently connect your device(s) under test and achieve better throughput from your test system.
Presented by NI Alliance Partner V I Engineering. Learn how to manage end-to-end product traceability through real-world examples. Review industry-standard processes to understand the difference between what you need to test, and time and money wasters, know when to engage your test organization, learn how to design for test, and get strategies to effectively manage test coverage throughout the product life cycle. Discover how these practices can help you streamline your processes and learn tips and tools that can increase your engineering quality and lower your anxiety over anything you may have missed.
Presented by NI Alliance Partner Bloomy. Are you building an automated test system? Are you tempted to jump right into buying instrumentation and writing LabVIEW code? Learn a structured approach to designing an ATE that will reduce risk, speed development, and ensure project success. Bloomy covers developing requirements and test plans, defining instrumentation and interconnects, and selecting the right software architecture.