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Importance Of Internet Of Things (IoT) Software Testing

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the fastest-growing areas in the IT industry today. Analysts predict $1.1 trillion worldwide will be spent on IoT in 2023. The growth rate in this area is evidenced by the fact that in 2021, users paid for IoT devices and related software solutions “only” 123 billion dollars.

The sphere of application of the Internet of Things has long gone beyond smart homes. IoT is now the foundation for entire smart cities. So far, the amounts circulating in such cities are pretty comparable to the average in other IT sectors — $129.02 billion. However, statistics point to the exponential growth of this market.

High demand — high criteria

In this context, it is impossible to overestimate the role of a high-tech software testing outsourcing company, which is an essential and integral element in the process of bringing any IoT element to the market.

The growing demand for IoT products also gives rise to high user requirements for their quality. The success of any product in this market is impossible without the most comprehensive pre-release testing in authorized quality assurance agencies. Moreover, any company that neglects this stage is doomed to a quick and utterly predictable collapse.

It’s necessary to consider that today IoT devices all over the world operate on more than 620 platforms, and the technological chain of any device included on the Internet of Things can consist of dozens or even hundreds of the most diverse — hardware and software — links. Obviously, in such conditions, the role of experienced QA engineers becomes no less significant than that of developers and designers.

IoT product testing has some fundamental differences from the usual software testing. Therefore, when starting a conversation on this topic, it is essential to give an accurate usability testing definition for each stage of the quality assurance process.

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