Test plan optimisation
Maximise learning with each new test.
Reduce the tests you run
Test too much and you waste time confirming what you already know. Test too little and risk missing performance issues. Your schedule, the product’s quality, and ultimately your career depends on finding the balance.
Next Test Recommender (NTR): AI-Powered Test Plan Optimisation
Learn how our AI software's latest feature enables users to train and assess machine learning models. It offers valuable recommendations for optimal test conditions to apply in the next round of testing. NTR assesses previously gathered data to suggest the most effective new tests to conduct.
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AI built by engineers for engineers
- Avoid wasted tests due to faulty data
- Build just the right test plan - no more, no less
- Understand what drives product performance and failure
- Calibrate non-linear systems for any condition
Trusting test data
It's vital to understand that testing every possible scenario is not feasible. Over-testing confirms what's already known, while under-testing risks failing certification or missing issues. To optimize testing efforts, identify critical performance components and prioritize tests accordingly.
How we solve it:
Using self-learning models that get smarter with every test, Monolith identifies the input parameters, conditions, and ranges that most impact product performance so you do less testing, more learning, and get to market faster.
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Kautex engineers reduced physical tank testing with AI
- Problem: Vehicle acoustics
- Methods tried: CFD, physics-based simulation
- Solution: Predict noise, reduce testing with self-learning models