Find bugs, weaknesses and issues before your customers do
Many products that we design go through a range of design verification tests before release to the client. The testing undertaken depends on the type of product and how it is installed. A customer should never be the first to find the limits of the system.
Setting up representative systems and subjecting them to repetitive use case testing, edge case testing, environmental testing, firmware updates, power interruptions, installation and decommissioning testing and more, exposes issues that at some point will be found by a customer and allows them to be corrected. Issues can come from a variety of places including stack overflows, pointer corruption, memory leaks, power supply droops, overheating, and more. Many of these will be missed in a lab environment unless a formal programme of design verification has been undertaken.