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9/26/2017  |   11:15 AM - 12:00 PM   |  Track 5 - Test and Verification

Increasing Test Efficiency with Automated Feature-Interaction-Testing

The number of software-driven features within a modern automotive powertrain rises significantly. With increasing number of features, also the risk of undesired interactions between those features rises drastically. This leads to new challenges with regard to efficiency in testing such automotive features. Automated Feature-Interaction-Testing significantly increases the efficiency of such feature testing.

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Sven Dominka (Primary Presenter,Author), Bosch AG, sven.dominka@bosch.com;
Expert for CO2 reduction and fuel consumption. Function and software development for engine ECU software.

Dominik Ertl (Author,Co-Author), Robert Bosch AG, dominik.ertl@at.bosch.com;
Project Manager Internet of Things

Florian Schramml (Author,Co-Author), Robert Bosch AG, Florian.Schramml@at.bosch.com;
Function and software development for engine ECU software.

Michael Mandl (Author,Co-Author), Robert Bosch AG, Michael.Mandl@at.bosch.com;
Function and software development for engine ECU software.

Michael Duebner (Author,Co-Author), Robert Bosch AG , Michael.Duebner@.bosch.com;
2008-2012 System Engineer, Robert Bosch AG, Bosch Engineering 2012-2015 Senior Manager, Robert Bosch AG, Bosch Engineering since 2016 Senior Project Manager, Robert Bosch AG, Bosch Engineering

2017 Sponsors: IEEE and IEEE Computer Society