Graphic The Test & IoT (Internet of Things) Lab helps clients design new test plans and test suites customized to meet the needs of their products. We have experience employing a variety of testing tools and methodologies as well as working closely with geographically distributed development teams. Our testing efforts range from manual testing to automated regression testing (via technologies like Jenkins).

It's a Win-Win!

  • Student employees work with full-time professional staff gaining valuable real-world experience in IoT and testing technologies
  • Clients benefit from a cost effective method to test the compliance and compatibility of new IoT products as well as various hardware and software products and services

In addition to providing excellence in testing services, the IoT branch of the lab has a goal to actively support the growth of the IoT ecosystem by:

  • Providing vendor-neutral services
  • Reducing the cost associated with implementing evolving industry standards
  • Leveraging shared resources for broader product and service testing
  • Facilitating interoperability and compatibility between IoT devices
  • Accelerating the time to market for new IoT products
  • Building a pipeline of students trained to work hands on with IoT technologies

Whether you need a partner for running and/or maintaining existing tests, building new test suites, or for end-to-end system release testing, the Test & IoT Lab is structured to meet your needs.

The CASS - Test & IoT Lab is an active member of the AllSeen Alliance and performs release testing for the AllJoyn framework.

Under the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) umbrella, CASS is also a member of the Open Communication Foundation (OCF) and the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO).