Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) November 20, 2015
Averna, an industry-leading developer of test solutions and services for communications and electronics device-makers worldwide, announced today the availability of new content dedicated to Wearable Device Testing.
The wearables market is booming and incredible growth is forecast. People are putting fitness wearables, healthcare devices and smart watches on in record numbers, tracking heart rates, calories consumed and steps taken, while staying on track and in touch.
Yet much of this technology is so new and unconventional that developers face many challenges to test it. Wearables may use space-age materials, have odd, bendable shapes, and use a wide range of micro-technologies in diverse user environments. So how do you properly test these products before they hit the market?
Click here to learn more and obtain your free copy of High Tech, Will Travel: Big Challenges for Testing Today’s Wearable Devices.
The Averna Resource Center contains a wealth of information on test best practices, industry trends and innovative test & measurement technology. Click here to access videos, eBooks, white papers and more.
As the leading Test Engineering company in the world, Averna is a strategic partner for electronic and communication product developers, helping them achieve higher product quality, faster time to market, and greater value from their test systems. Founded in 1999, Averna offers specialized expertise and innovative test solutions that deliver substantial financial, technical and brand benefits for hundreds of clients in the aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, defense, life sciences, telecom and transportation industries. Averna has offices around the world, numerous industry certifications such as ISO, CSIA, and ITAR registration, and is partnered with National Instruments, Keysight Technologies, and JOT Automation. http://www.averna.com
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