Globally distributed projects often spawn functionally redundant software and hardware setups at different sites, different teams and different suppliers. Incidentally, those redundant systems often idle for a relevant amount of time.Using CEE, the Mindmotiv Cloud […]Continue reading
Come visit us at Aachen Colloquium booth 12a next week. Norbert Wiechowski and Norman Hansen will be waiting to show and discuss our testing and cloud solutions with you. If you are in Wolfsburg next […]Continue reading
We will be holding a pitch in the Speakers Corner at Automotive Supplier Summit 2022. Our colleagues would be happy to meet you and answer all your questions.Continue reading
Don’t miss our double feature in Stuttgart! Mindmotiv will be exhibiting together with partner VEMAC GmbH & Co. KG and as a member of the Automotive Electronics Testing Alliance (AETA) from Tuesday, June 21st to […]Continue reading
Mindmotiv will be exhibiting at the next ITS European Congress in Toulouse from 30 May – 1 June 2022.Make sure not to miss this opportunity: together with other exhibitors, we will showcase the latest ITS […]Continue reading
Join us on October 4th at the Congress Park Wolfsburg at our booth A05 or online!Continue reading
See for yourself how Mindmotiv’s Arttest enables your team to exploit the full potential of model-based testing in this time-limited offer. Model-based software development is the gold standard in embedded systems. With Arttest’s powerful functionality […]Continue reading
Ensuring the functional safety of embedded systems is a highly complex, time- and resource-consuming process. While all companies do it, views differ on how to achieve functional safety most effectively. Our partner VEMAC and we […]Continue reading
Read about our most recent r&d activities in joint cooperation with Ford Motor Company in a recently published technical paper from SAE WCX Digital Summit 2021. In the paper Automated Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing Using a Cloud-Based […]Continue reading
In this new whitepaper, Mindmotiv’s CTO Norman Hansen outlines how early-stage fault-injection testing on the model and/or software level leads to better product quality and faster development cycles.
Supported by the right tooling, these tests can be performed with minimal effort and enable higher software safety levels and better standard compliance.