Testing IoT Systems Using V&V, Security Hacks, and Data Analytics
IoT is the growing hype side of the Technological Hype Curve. There will be many IoT test jobs, but skills will be needed? This paper considers the key disciplines of technology usage by skilled testers, software test architectures, and systems testing. It considers several important IoT system-level test activities and people skills to support the world of IoT testing. Testing beyond an individual IoT device is needed because many issues and faults will only be detected at the integrated system level of testing. IoT testers need to think about the impacts of Artificial Intelligence (AI), data analytics, software test architectures (STA), and classic testing in their future tasks. The experience of testing embedded software works to be successful in the IoT system testing efforts.
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Jon Hagar, Consultant/CEO, grand software testing
Jon Hagar is a software-software tester consultant supporting software product integrity, verification, and validation specializing in embedded, IoT, and mobile software systems at Grand Software Testing in Colorado. Jon has worked in software engineering, particularly testing, for over 40 years. He has managed test teams and built test labs using test automation. Jon publishes regularly with over 100 presentations/papers, best paper STARWEST 2011, contributor to 3 books, and author of three books: 'Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices (CRC press)', a children's book, and 'IoT Testing and Security' (in work publish 2022). Jon is an IEEE/ISO editor/author on various international testing standards. He teaches classes at the professional and college level.