In­for­ma­tion for de­ci­sion mak­ers

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Ev­ery brand has its own test re­quire­ments and stan­dards. This might raise the need for customised test equip­ment. Gautam says, “Wire­less ap­pli­ca­tions us­age, minia­tur­i­sa­tion and com­plex­ity in au­to­mo­bile elec­tronic com­po­nents de­mands pre­cise, ac­cu­rate and re­li­able test­ing. A test equip­ment man­u­fac­turer needs to be in­no­va­tive, flex­i­ble and ready to cus­tomise its equip­ment to meet the chal­leng­ing test­ing re­quire­ments of cus­tomers.” To this, Mud­wel adds, “The cus­tomers should try and look for an open sys­tem which can al­low them to in­te­grate a lot of third party hard­ware and soft­ware to avoid has­sles in the fu­ture, when they later in­te­grate newer tech­nolo­gies from dif­fer­ent ven­dors. For ex­am­ple, cus­tomers of­ten want to in­cor­po­rate sim­u­la­tion models from third party en­vi­ron­ments, which spe­cialise in a spe­cific kind of sim­u­la­tion. This may be be­cause they are easy to use or that the teams at the cus­tomer’s end are fa­mil­iar with the tool.” He fur­ther says, “The buy­ers should also be look­ing for sys­tems that are scal­able and can ad­dress the chang­ing re­quire­ments of the au­to­mo­tive test in­dus­try to pro­tect their in­vest­ments.”

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