HIL(hardware In Loop) - TMCS

Hardware-In-Loop (HIL) Testing System For Firmware Tests

In HIL testing, a device and the environment are used to make the electronic control unit (ECU) feel like it is responding to real-world conditions. All the required electronic parts are present on the HIL test bench. In order to determine whether the system under test responds correctly to the inputs, a simulator exposes inputs to real systems, which then send signals to them.

How ATE Helps In Rapid Test Execution?

Testing a range of electric equipment in several industries, such as defense and aerospace, automotive, and industrial automation, requires effective data gathering and a diagnostic instrument called an ATE. In addition to guaranteeing that end users of electronic equipment obtain products that work and function as intended, ATE is directly responsible for ensuring they are not put in danger.