Towards Automated Acceptance testing for industrial robots

04/22/2021
by   Marcela G. dos Santos, et al.
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Industrial robots are important machines applied in numerous modern industries that execute repetitive tasks with high accuracy, replacing or supporting dangerous jobs. In this kind of system, with increased complexity in which cost is related to the time the system keeps working, the system must operate with a minimum number of failures. In other words, a quality aspect important in industry is reliability. We hypothesize that Automated Acceptance Testing improves reliability for industrial robot program. We present the research question, the motivation for this study, our hypothesis and future research efforts.

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