New reporting module for Peak Test Management Suite

In process

Peak Solution has extended the Peak Test Management Suite (PeakTMS) with a lightweight module for generating test reports. With PeakTMS, a wide range of test tasks can be centrally planned, prepared and tracked. You can find more information about PeakTMS here.

The new reporting module offers users the option to define special report templates for different types of tests. The basis for this are the office products Word and Excel, which are usually already available in the company. Users can manage the respective templates for individual tests as well as for entire test series. When generating the reports, the application exports all the desired information about the test project, test order, test procedure and the test results to the templates. In addition to data fields, the reports can also contain graphics and pictures.

The reports are executed either manually by the user or automatically, triggered by defined process events. Via the message module of PeakTMS, users receive the finished reports as an attachment via email.

In addition, it is still possible to integrate third-party analytics and reporting tools into PeakTMS.


Peak Solution publishes Peak ODS Server 3.0

Many automotive manufacturers and suppliers all over the world have used the Peak ODS Server for many years as a powerful backbone for ODS-based applications. Now, Peak Solution has released version 3.0 of the software. By that, Peak ODS Server also supports the current ASAM Standard ODS 6.0. This provides, among other things, an optimized API for accessing measurement data as well as a notification service for the synchronization of distributed ODS servers.

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Peak Test Management Suite: A platform for managing global tests

The efficient performance of tests plays a decisive role in vehicle development. Test stand automation and virtualization are important for this, but they are not longer enough. Especially in global acting enterprises a powerful management system is required that overcomes rigid departmental boundaries and gets the complexity of the test processes under control.

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Global Measurement Data Management: Version 0.7 of openMDM 5 has been published

The openMDM Eclipse Working Group has published version 0.7 of the openMDM 5 framework. openMDM 5 is a kit of software components, which can be used to compose web-based applications for measurement data management systems. The source code as well as an installation guide for a demo environment are available as download under the so-called MDM|BL project, hosted by the Eclipse Foundation.

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Chinese car manufacturer has established an efficient test process in the transmission department

Our customer is a large manufacturer of SUVs and pick-up trucks in China. The company develops all the essential components of its vehicles by itself. For this purpose, 18 test bench systems from different manufacturers are in use in the transmission department. Continue reading “Chinese car manufacturer has established an efficient test process in the transmission department”

Test Planning: Utilization, productivity and efficiency of test facilities

In recent years, the globalization of automotive manufacturers and suppliers has steadily increased. This also has an impact on the test facilities. A lack in transparency of the availability of test resources frequently leads to time-consuming, cost-intensive allocation conflicts and poor capacity utilization. This is where the Peak Resource Planner takes effect. Continue reading “Test Planning: Utilization, productivity and efficiency of test facilities”

Big Data in the field of automotive testing requires Test Data Governance

Big Data in the field of automotive testing is mainly about the analysis of huge amounts of data that result from a wide range of test benches and driving tests. The aim is to identify new patterns and correlations in these test data in order to describe a complex system of different components and to predict the future behavior of this system. In this way, e.g. it is possible to gain important insights for the development of new simulation models and to achieve considerable savings in the execution of cost-intensive tests. Among other things, the basis for this are tools for Data Mining, Predictive Analytics or Machine Learning, which are nowadays available in a large number on the market – in some cases even free of charge.

However, the use of these tools requires well-documented test data. Continue reading “Big Data in the field of automotive testing requires Test Data Governance”