Measuring and safeguarding software quality

12/19/2017 MHPDeepDive

The basis for every IoT project

The Internet of Things (IoT) is indeed the reality in many sectors already today. However, its significance will dramatically increase in the coming years both in the private and in the business context. Market researchers assume that by 2020 over 20 billion devices will be connected to each other.

Beside the actual number of devices, their complexity is also increasing. This affects above all the software installed on the physical hardware. It must meet maximum requirements regarding security, interoperability and connectivity. And it must be updated in ever shorter development cycles - because the customers expect frequent updates and expansions. This can only be achieved if the software quality is of a high standard and is also measurable.

In our MHPpitstop "Measuring and safeguarding software quality", we will show you what significant factors influence the software quality and how you can thus safeguard your IoT projects in a targeted manner.

This MHPpitstop will be concerned with the following themes, among others:

  • Basis: What accounts for software quality and how can it be measured?
  • Procedure: How can I integrate efficient quality management into the development process?
  • Challenges: What must I expect in particular with regard to IoT projects? (e.g. with end-to-end processes)
  • Strategy: How can "problematic" applications be handled in a meaningful manner?

Martin Fünffinger-Link
Senior Manager | BIG DATA & IoT Technologies


After you have registered, you will receive the login data with a brief description for the free WebSession by e-mail.

We look forward to welcoming you as a participant.


Beginn: 11:00 (CET)
Ende: 11:30 (CET)

Language: German