Testing procedures

Minimizing risks is the purpose of tests. As a rule, minimizing risks also means that you save money at the end of the day, even if the costs appear higher at the beginning. Here the theory proves itself in practice.

These testing procedures include the review of requirements, compliance with standards and the fulfilment of regulatory requirements. Functional models and specific test devices provide clarity and results. It makes sense to develop test plans already at the beginning of the development, whereby the theoretical test interpretation receives just as much attention as the classical mechanical test. The latter are supplemented by life test stands, destructive tests, electronic evaluations and interfaces of software and hardware.