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We ensure the reliability, responsiveness and consistent performance of your product, all vital for the success of your brand. We can integrate performance test engineering into your mass production process to discover bottlenecks and challenges before and during the production.
Gain end-to-end system performance visibility with our shift-left approach
In a Shift-Left approach, testing is performed during the early stages of product design by moving to the left in the project life-cycle. Developers need to focus on quality from the beginning, instead of waiting for performance issues and defects to be discovered late in the development life-cycle. Shifting left enables project teams to test, provide feedback, and review changes & progress daily.
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Growing into a professional in the field of technology means striving with studies and engaging oneself in the industry. For many students, this means working as a part-time summer trainee at a company. Among all the positive experiences, the responsibilities can sometimes prove to be quite an ordeal during work and studies. This is where the support of the employer plays an important role.
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Display Color Properties
Displays of all kinds are the main channels for human interaction with various devices. Whether it is a mobile phone, tablet, PC, cars, home appliances, info screens, or machine controllers, displaying information and content on display is the most natural way to interact with people. As the variety and usage of displays increase, the color optics of display performance grows in importance. Can the user see the content clearly from various angles? Are the colors vivid and natural at the same time? Are there unevenness or visible defects on display? Do the colors of two in-device displays match when it comes to dual-screen devices?
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Each year we seek enthusiastic, bold and open-minded Trainees to join our troops. This summer was no different and we were excited to have overall six new OptoFidelitians. We promised that these Trainees will have a summer with cool robots, awesome colleagues and unique projects – how well did we succeed with this promise? Let’s find out from the authors themselves: Sini, Joonas, Olli-Pekka, Ismo and Juho!
Sini and Joonas, you worked as Software Trainees, what did you get to do here?
Sini: During the summer I got to do a lot of work directly related to my education and interests. This was the most important thing for me, since as someone mostly focused on users, UX and UI design back-end coding is not inspiring to me. I was surprised how much people here were eager to hear my opinions and how much those really affected the outcome of the projects.
I designed and made prototypes of a few user interfaces and got to develop one from start to finish. In the university I hadn’t learned a lot about UI programming and the experience from here is patching up important holes in my know-how.
What really made the summer enjoyable here was my project team. The average age of the team was probably somewhere in the mid to late twenties, which helped us connect and have fun too on the side of work. I look forward to continuing as a part-timer when I start my studies again!