On Wednesday, September 20th, the U-Test project featured at the Norway’s biggest conference in Software testing “ODIN 2017”. Odin 2017 was an all-day event with 3 tracks and 21 lecturers. The conference took place at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Oslo.
This year’s theme is: Visionist, nostalgic – or both? The presentation of the U-Test project was totally fit with the theme by showing the vision of uncertainty testing for Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). Phu Nguyen from Simula Research Lab represented the project consortium to promote the research results and toolchains developed in the project to the software testing community in Norway. The presentation started by highlighting the key role of CPS in the fourth industrial revolution and emphasizing the importance of uncertainty testing to make CPS more dependable. Then, the uncertainty modelling, testing frameworks and toolchains have been presented. Finally, the demonstration of the U-CertifyIt toolchain developed by EGM gave the audience a practical example of U-Test approach.
The presentation of U-Test received positive feedback from the audience (4/5 star). Part of the audience filled in the forms to share their thoughts and interests in learning more about the U-Test project and toolchains for uncertainty testing.
Read the full program: https://event.dnd.no/odin/program/
About ODIN conference: “The conference has been named after Odin, the God of knowledge and wisdom in Norwegian mythology. Odin was the chief of gods, the most powerful and wisest of all of them.”