To ensure interoperability, there is a need to address all the 3 following pillars often confining, hindering or limiting your solutions:
This is the first source of concern of non-interoperability
EGM is strongly involved in standardisation activites within its research field. We grant a significant importance in updating our knowledge, improving our skills by participating in running interoperability events and closely working with major standards bodies such as the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), The Open Group…
- Standardized testing methodologies
A good specification which cannot be tested is not a good specification
Our testing method relies on TTCN3, a global, standardized & modular testing language specifically designed for testing and supported by an active community. Initiated by the ETSI leading experts, this solution offers advanced testing functions while meeting international standards. Independent from the execution environment, TTCN3 offers adaptability, agility and quality to design and maintain test suites.
- Well-suited tools & accurate test suites
This is often underestimated and major sources of costs and resources. Major optimization is needed.
EGM appears as a reference in Model Based Testing (MBT), mastering tests methodologies and tools. This automated method enhance testing quality by widening test coverage, offering in-deep analysis of your program while reducing time and costs and improving testing process quality.
Development of tool uses to be very expensive. Using approach such as TTCN-3 brings a complete open architecture and cost effective solutions to execute tests.