OptoFidelity provided a robot assisted remote test lab for testing home appliances to Samsung Research. Accroding to Samsung, OptoFidelity’s test systems were selected due to their proven product accuracy as well as company's good reputation among other smart device manufacturers.
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“The Chrome OS team uses OptoFidelity solutions to measure end-to-end latency of Android and Chrome OS devices.”
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Customer: Atmel Corporation
Human handwriting, either with a finger or stylus on a touchscreen, is extremely challenging. Using a stylus on a touchscreen is challenging because the machine has to replicate what a human would do with a pen and paper. There are multiple challenges for the replication: variation of speed may be significant, and the style of handwriting varies a lot. There were no solutions available for replicating and testing handwriting. Our work was to develope a novel testing solution with state-of-the-art robotics and measurement technologies in cooperation with Atmel to overcome these challenges.
There was no ready-made solution available in the market that would be suitable for the quality control of the manufacturing process of humidity sensors at Vaisala. Thanks to OptoFidelity’s engineering expertise and ready-made platforms, Vaisala could design a robot-controlled and semi-automatic test platform. The platform was used to improve the operator ergonomics and efficiency, enabling for a first time a completely reliable quality reporting and quality control.
OptoFidelity developed automated printed electronics test systems for IMSE manufacturing. The collaboration project combined OptoFidelity's knowledge of smart device test automation and TactoTek's expertise in thermoformed printed and flexible electronics.
OptoFidelity’s test systems are now globally available for all TactoTek IMSE partners.