Many advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are already firmly anchored and established in everyday life. Emergency braking systems, adaptive cruise control or lane departure warning and lane change assistants ensure greater safety on the road. Gradually, more and more complex assistance functions are being added, which are steadily making autonomous driving (AD) possible.
But how can these highly complex, automated and autonomous functions be resiliently tested? And how do you do justice to the variety of situations in the real world? New strategies are needed here. Not only must more testing be done, but the results must be quickly available and of high quality. This balancing act can be mastered only with the help of test automation and intelligent infrastructure solutions, such as distributed test systems in clouds and clusters. We have certainly completed part of this journey already.