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WHAT IS THE WEBCAST ABOUT

Manually testing DUTs have been common place on engineering benches for decades. During the design phase of your development, its often more practical to manually test your design rather than spend the effort to automate tests. You know that automating tests provide more test coverage, are easier to scale, and are more repeatable. However, the trade-off of automated tests is that it takes time to develop them.

Not only do you need knowledge of your chosen programming language, but also the instrument’s programming conventions to control your test instrument via your PC. In the past, this has consumed days to months of development time in order to automate even the most simple of tests. With newer software programs, you can not only develop automated tests in minutes but also run and quickly visualize the results.

Learn how modern software tools can help you develop automated sequences as simply as using the front panel of your instruments.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Engineers who would like to more easily set up, control, automate, and get results from their bench test instruments.

PRESENTER

David Tu, Software Product Manager, Keysight Technologies

David Tu has over 17 years of experience in the Test and Measurement industry. He started off as a manufacturing engineer, then spent the formative years of his career as an NPI test engineer developing automated tests for new products, specializing in the most common instruments on engineers benches. In the last few years, he’s moved over to the marketing side of Keysight’s business and is plying his measurement expertise and knowledge as an advocate for Keysight’s most popular software tools from Keysight.

Where & When

Price Date(s) Location For more information
Free 2017-07-19 10:00
Pacific
At Your PC Enroll to view the July 19, 2017 live broadcast 

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