Experitest Announces Mobile Testing Support for Internet of Things Systems, Including Android Wear

The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a reality and mobile testing services are well aware of the testing demands this entails. Experitest, with its SeeTest mobile testing tool suite, is already being used for the testing of small-footprint Android agents, primarily in the healthcare and retail industries.

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Android Wear; one of the IOT devices tested by SeeTest

SeeTest is increasingly being used for such testing of small-footprint Android agents, primarily in the healthcare and retail industries. SeeTest supports Internet of Things systems, including Android Wear.

(PRWEB) July 21, 2014

It's early days for the Internet of Things, but the largest technology players are moving quickly to stake out the territory and those working in the mobile testing world are already aware of the immense challenges that these developments will bring with them.

SeeTest, a leader in the mobile testing and monitoring field, is increasingly being used for the testing of small-footprint Android agents, primarily in the healthcare and retail industries.

"I am excited to announce Experitest's support of Internet of Things systems, including Android Wear," said Tal Barmeir, CEO of Experitest. "We recognize the fast-approaching Internet of Things reality and this a step in the direction of ensuring that this reality will be as secure as possible."

There is already, and will only be more and more of a need in the future, to test many small-footprint devices that are interconnected including the ability to control them even though they have little processing power and support for the different functions they have.

The Internet of Things is gaining momentum and the testing world should already be gearing up. Among the unique testing characteristics of Internet of Things devices are:

  •     Small-footprint devices
  •     Mainly Android-based
  •     Vertical segments such as Healthcare and Retail
  •     End-to-end testing requirement (full system: main central hub and peripheral devices)
  •     Testing various connectivity types including Bluetooth and WiFi

Critical success factors in testing Internet of Things include:

  •     Support for all connectivity types including WiFi, Bluetooth and USB
  •     Support testing of non-standard objects (e.g. non-standard controls)

Experitest is the provider of SeeTest tools for mobile test automation, manual testing and monitoring, supporting all mobile OS: iOS, Android, WindowsPhone8 and Blackberry.

Its test tools plug-in to all test environments including UFT/QTP/QC, Visual Studio/MSTest/TFS, Rational (RFT), TestComplete, Junit, Perl and Python. Experitest is a HP Gold Partner (and its tools are HP Certified applications) and Microsoft VSIP partner (and its tools are Microsoft certified).

Experitest's customer base includes 7 of the 10 largest banks worldwide as well as over 50 Fortune 500 companies such as Barclays, Verizon, BSkyB, Orange, China Mobile, DoCoMo, McAfee, TexasInstruments, Qualcomm, Cisco, Intel, Marvell, Motorola and many more.

For more information: http://www.experitest.com.


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