Traditionally, or say 10 years ago, most organizations were functionally separated, and there was rarely cross-departmental integration between software engineers, test teams, and IT operations specialists. Departments usually had contradicting goals: developers sought new features, operations strived to ensure organizational stability, and testers wanted to minimize risks. However, the changing technology environment necessitates a change in the approach to the whole software development process. Continue reading
Embedded software testing has been a crucial component of software development since the first embedded systems and devices appeared. In the past, embedded applications operated in isolation, with no need to communicate with each other. However, today’s embedded devices and systems—from smartphones and fitness trackers to smart cars and sophisticated medical equipment—constantly communicate with each other, share information, and store loads of data. Due to the broad spread of IoT and other cutting-edge technologies, embedded software development and testing has shifted from a straightforward, predictable process to a complicated and challenging task. Continue reading
Auriga’s experts look forward to meeting with you at Embedded World 2017, one of the world’s largest trade fairs for embedded technology, from March 14–16 in Nuremberg, Germany. According to the organizers’ estimates, the event will draw over 930 exhibitors, more than 30,000 trade visitors, and approximately 1,700 conference participants from 73 countries. Continue reading
A new year has already begun, and the time has come to make new plans, set ambitious goals, and rethink priorities for the year ahead. In other words, it is time for us all to choose our direction and decide on our areas of focus. As for Auriga, we plan to deepen our expertise in software development for medical devices and implement the latest digital technologies in our new projects while at the same time staying focused on embedded software development. Continue reading
On May 10–13, Moscow hosted the 28th edition of the Sviaz International Exhibition for Information and Communications Technology that occupied about 20,000 square meters in pavilions and on open-air space of the Expocentre Fairgrounds and attracted over 40,000 professionals. According to the organizers, over 300 companies from 17 countries, including Russia, the USA, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Japan, and China, showcased their innovative telecom and IT equipment and products at the event.