Measures to Promote the Smooth Progress of IOT Test Tasks

Worldwide, digital technology is connecting people in an unprecedented and interesting way. Driven by the personal computer revolution in the 1970s, people began to get used to using computing devices to simplify tasks and enrich life. Subsequently, the introduction of the Internet promoted our interconnected world, connecting devices anywhere on the earth and sharing data at a lightning speed. After the turn of the century, the debut of smart phones allows users to access information anytime, anywhere through portable devices in their pockets, and enables billions of people to keep in touch at any time.

The Internet of things (IOT) is one of the greatest advances in Internet technology. Through the miniaturization of sensors, energy-efficient battery life and huge global manufacturing supply chain, IOT devices have opened a new era of always online intelligence. From smart speaker devices such as Amazon Alexa to small sensors that track warehouse inventory, the Internet of things can help collect and analyze large amounts of data, leading to better decision-making, more sensitive devices and an easy world to keep in touch.

In order to take full advantage of the benefits of the Internet of things, developers must build easy-to-use, intuitive, reliable and secure solutions. Moreover, both consumer equipment and industrial equipment must be strictly tested to ensure that they do not consume too much power, leak data or be difficult to operate, so that they become useless. Of course, since IOT devices are usually small, have unique shapes, and need to run continuously, testing for defects and availability may encounter a series of challenges.

The following are the key IOT tests that must be performed and some remedial measures to make the test task go smoothly.

1. Usability test

If the device doesn't work, what's the point of developing it? This seems to be a simple problem, but when the functionality of the solution is hidden under a chaotic user interface or a series of complex buttons, developers never seem to come up with the answer to the problem.

For the educational robot shaperorobotics, the device needs an iPad application that is easy for children to operate. In addition to ensuring basic functions, the application also needs a lot of testing to ensure that the software is intuitive enough for young users. For shapebotics, this means testing from the user's point of view - in this case, the user is a primary school student.

Quality assurance personnel must test their equipment from the perspective of the end user. Basic functions, notifications and data synchronization shall be presented to the user in the clearest and simplest way possible to ensure that the user can accurately understand what the device or attached software can do.

2. End to end product quality assurance testing (including firmware / hardware component upgrades / updates)

When it is necessary to update IOT devices, the upgrade is usually divided into two parts: application update and firmware update. Both updates are important, but firmware upgrades are particularly important for the security or functionality of IOT devices. Firmware updates that are not yet ready may cause the Internet of things device to crash.

Before releasing any software or firmware updates to users, ensure that the updates are thoroughly tested on various devices. This can be achieved through IOT test automation to achieve faster release at a lower cost.

3. Safety test

During security testing, you can set up a Wi Fi connection on the device using the mobile application. After that, the interaction between smart phones and IOT devices is carried out through the cloud. This is where security testing is needed. Cloud APIs, network communications and device attacks should always be monitored, as it is crucial to ensure the security of IOT devices. (from IOT home network) the test conducted to ensure the strong security of the Internet of things requires a comprehensive approach (from certification to use) to ensure that the equipment is safe and operable. As mentioned earlier, all interactions between smartphones and devices are conducted through cloud APIs, and private or sensitive information may be transmitted through IOT devices. Therefore, its data integrity must be ensured to ensure that it will not be leaked or incomplete. Check the use of public and private APIs to identify any potential hazards.

4. Interoperability testing

One of the advantages of the Internet of things is its extensive connectivity. Many IOT devices support various operating systems, mobile devices, hardware, firmware, etc. Of course, this means that IOT devices must be tested with as many other devices as possible to ensure interoperability. Interoperability testing can ensure that devices work together safely without sacrificing performance, and correctly transfer all data from one device to other platforms.

5. Reliability test

The reliability provided by interconnection technology has promoted the proliferation of Internet of things devices. Many IOT devices are expected to operate around the clock without interference. In order to achieve this expectation, IOT devices must be tested in a simulated real environment. Virtualized sensors and equipment can accurately describe the operation mode of the equipment in the field and identify any key defects.

6. Real time test

Since many IOT devices need real-time feedback, it is also necessary to test the real-time communication function. Similarly, this can be achieved through a virtualized environment that simulates transmission speed, data quality, and overall responsiveness.

7. Performance test

IOT devices usually need to use as few resources as possible to achieve high performance, while many devices are only composed of wireless modules, systems on chip and batteries. Although engineering miracles have reduced functional computers to the size of a coin, developers still have the responsibility to ensure that their software or firmware is not bloated or too complex. Testing the speed, responsiveness and quality of the underlying code can ensure that the limited power of Internet of things devices will not be overloaded.

8. Connectivity test

Since IOT devices must often be connected to a variety of wireless networks or other devices, it is important to ensure a strong, fast and secure connection. Whether through Bluetooth, WiFi, Ethernet, physical cable or other connection methods, it is necessary to ensure that IOT devices can successfully relay information.

9. Regulatory testing

Many IOT devices operate in specific industries and need to strictly comply with government regulations, such as medical treatment or transportation. Pay attention to ensure that IOT devices meet all regulatory requirements to avoid any costly fines or penalties.

The implementation of the above key IOT tests will ensure that IOT devices will not consume too much power, leak data or be difficult to operate. More importantly, users will benefit from the improved experience.

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