Automated Real Device Testing
We have SR-SCARA-Pro and Dimenzió for automating touchscreen testing for devices that ranging from PDA’s like smartphones, tablets, laptops to multi-touch TV screens, infotainment systems and touch-sensitive industrial control panels and other HMI panels.
TouchScreen Testing using SR-SCARA-Pro
SR-SCARA-Pro was exclusively built for touchscreen testing of smartphones and tablets. The speed and accuracy at which it carries out the test sequences makes it one of the finest Scara robots for touchscreen testing in both capacitive screen and resistive screen types.
It can do activities like single tap, double tap, swipe and can also be modified for multi-touch test cases like zooming. The force-controlled stylus ensures the safety and component integrity of the Device Under Test (DUT). Its high precision makes it possible to use it for inputs through on-screen keyboard in the DUT. The robot can be controlled using MATLAB, LABView, ROS and TCP/IP interface. The programmability costs are greatly reduced as this robot is based on the ROS interface which is open-source and free.
SR-SCARA-Pro can be built-to-order for horizontal and vertical testbeds. All such solutions are ROS supported. Simulation models are available for Gazebo, Webots, V-REP so that development teams can collaborate simultaneously from remote locations.
By leveraging on automation of touchscreen testing, your new prototypes for the device display can be quickly and conveniently tested. This makes it possible to reduce the time-to-market of the product and in turn gives a competitive edge for our clients in the rapidly growing mobile phones and other touch screen markets.
The touchscreen testing of the product and its evaluation is fully configurable and customizable by using Python scripts or C++ modules. Basic control modules supplied along with our robotics solutions make it easier for our clients to develop their own software components for test automation on the DUT. The convenience provided for the test process by simulating single-finger and multi-finger interactions can be used to check the coordinate accuracy, touch latency and other test parameters required for application development tools.