GTAC 2015: Robot Assisted Test Automation

Robot-assisted test automation measures and tests the user experience of mobile devices using external sensors, cameras, and robotics to simulate human interaction, improving accuracy, repeatability, and real-world testing capabilities.

Key takeaways
  • Robot-assisted test automation is used for measuring and testing the user experience of mobile devices.
  • It involves using external sensors, cameras, and robotics to simulate human interaction with the device.
  • The technology is used for testing touch accuracy, responsiveness, and UI performance.
  • It can also be used for testing video quality, image stabilization, and other aspects of the user experience.
  • The benefits of using robotics for testing include increased accuracy, repeatability, and the ability to test in real-world conditions.
  • The technology is being used by a variety of companies, including Google, Samsung, and LG.
  • It is expected to become more widely adopted in the future as the cost of robotics continues to decrease.
  • The key takeaway is that robot-assisted test automation is a powerful tool that can be used to improve the quality of mobile devices.