I heard that Motorola consists a test tool team to develop test tool for STB last year. Not sure what is going on so far yet.
In order to develop the test tool specific to your STB, the best way is to build communication protocol between your test framework with STB so that we can have two ways communication back and forth computer and STB. If we just ...
If you give up on the open source and free RT-RK (or Black Box Testing I'm not sure who's who) has a set top boxes testing solution.
The demo was impressive, we never got beyond it though (we developed an in house solution)
In the context of an embedded system, interface testing is most likely to refer to testing the interface between the embedded system and whichever external system is using it.
For instance, if the embedded system is the software driving something like a pin pad/payment terminal with touch screen, card reader, and so on, interface testing could include:
For a purely abstract, general-purpose cellular IoT device, what edge cases are worthwhile to include in a test plan for network connectivity functions?
It seems like you're trying for a universal test approach for similar IoT devices. Without being too general, here are some tips that might help:
One approach that's especially useful for IoT devices is ...
This sounds like you are trying to test Google maps, rather than your own code.
If there was something wrong with the marker, is there anything you can do about it?
I would do some manual testing to make sure you are calling the Google API correctly and then leave it at that.
Are there some odd corner cases you are worried about?
I haven't gone looking for such services, but I doubt that they would work out.
Current static analysis tools can deliver very useful information, but they need to be tuned for best results. This tuning is an upfront cost that you have to pay (either by doing it or by paying the vendor to do it for you) once per code base, regardless of how often you run ...
Start by forgetting about the "micro-controller" and "embedded" parts and design tests like for any other system. Look at the specifications, explicit and implicit, and design tests o cover them.
Test tools ? there are a lot of test tools that match your general description and can generate analog signals, RS232 (even your PC can) or digital signals, you'll ...