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RealVNC collaborates with TestPlant to provide new automotive test automation solution
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RealVNC collaborates with TestPlant to provide new automotive test automation solution

Posted by Zenobia HegdeSeptember 26, 2016

RealVNC, a global provider of VNC® remote access technology and premier MirrorLink supplier are proud to announce their latest collaboration with TestPlant, the maker of the eggPlant range of software quality tools.

RealVNC collaborated with TestPlant on their eggPlant range to provide state-of-the-art VNC Servers for automotive industry embedded systems. This enables TestPlant to support an unprecedented variety of systems and to widely deploy the latest version of the eggPlant test suite, which delivers significant efficiencies through their advanced automation capabilities.

Tom Blackie, VP Mobile and Automotive at RealVNC

Tom Blackie, VP Mobile and Automotive at RealVNC

“We are pleased to be working with TestPlant to deliver the best-in-class VNC technology to our joint automotive customer base” said Tom Blackie, VP Mobile and Automotive at RealVNC. “We have worked in partnership with TestPlant for many years and our complementary technologies provide excellent additional capabilities to the automotive industry and beyond.”

“TestPlant makes it easy for people to test any system from desktop, to mobile, to in-vehicle systems, to the Internet of Things; and create reliable test-scripts that run cross-platform. RealVNC helps make this possible,” said Antony Edwards TestPlant CTO. “VNC technology within the eggPlant range provides the universal communications layer to target any system in a standard way that’s easy for testers.”

Antony Edwards, CTO, TestPlant

Antony Edwards, CTO, TestPlant

RealVNC are advocates of open standards, having published the VNC protocol, a core component of the MirrorLink® standard, over ten years ago. RealVNC are technology agnostic and complement the TestPlant solution with a range of VNC Servers and Viewers running on all the main Operating Systems such as QNX, Linux, Android, WinCE and Tizen on ARM and Intel architectures.

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