In this webinar you will learn how to significantly improve current test methodologies by using a standard validation toolkit for execution on custom hardware. Our customers build state-of-the-art products where successful use of the newest technologies, and short development cycles, requires them to constantly innovate to stay ahead of their competition. You will also learn how to streamline the typical development process with proven embedded diagnostics. We will demonstrate how Kozio’s diagnostics will help you throughout your product lifecycle, from validating new hardware in the lab, to streamlining production test, and then shipping power-on self-test. Reduce your project schedule risk and development costs, while increasing test coverage and end-product reliability.

Duration:60 minutes

You will learn how to:

  • Reduce circuit board validation test development and debugging efforts
  • Improve current test methodologies
  • Reduce project schedule risk and development costs
  • Increase test coverage and end-product reliability

Andrew Fish, Senior Engineer
Andrew Fish is a senior engineer for Kozio's library-based functional tests. He joined Kozio in 2004 and has more than 12 years experience of embedded programming. Fish has developed advanced test capabilities and support for numerous microprocessors and peripheral technologies. Prior to joining Kozio, he worked at Motorola designing firmware for microprocessor based in-vehicle and powertrain controls. Andrew holds a BSEE from Marquette University.

Al Arendt, Director of Sales
As the Director of Sales at Kozio, Inc., Al Arendt brings over 20 years of sales and marketing experience at high-growth, high technology hardware and software companies. Most of those 20 years were spent working for embedded software and development tool companies. Before joining Kozio, Al was an independent representative for several embedded development and engineering design tool companies. Al also worked for embedded operating systems companies OSE Systems and Integrated Systems. Al earned B.S and M.S. degrees in Engineering from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.