Wed., Oct. 11, 2017 to Fri., Oct. 13, 2017 , Berlin


User Conference on Advanced Automated Testing

UCAAT is dedicated to the application of aspects of automated testing including model-based testing, cloud testing, mobile testing, test methodologies, test management and standardized test specification by focusing on the practical challenges that are often faced in industry. This conference brings together researchers and industrial practitioners from different application domains such as Telecommunications, Banking, IT Services, Automotive, Robotics, Healthcare, Defense as well as tool vendors to meet, discuss and share their practical experiences in the field of software testing.

One of this year's main topics at UCAAT will be testing the Internet of Things (IoT) which has been blurring lines between verticals such as telecom, transport, enterprise IT, automotive and leading to the emergence of a unified technology platform. After years of standardization (also at ETSI) the growth of deployed solutions is rapid but still offering the diversity common to major steps in technology. That brings challenges but also new opportunities for business and testing technologies to the market place.

UCAAT gives attendees a unique opportunity to discover, share, learn challenge - modern test automation approaches, technologies and strategies.

Fraunhofer FOKUS organizes this year's event.

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Call for Presentations

Deadline: 21st April 2017

The independent program committee, composed mostly from industry stakeholders, will evaluate all proposals. Proposals in PDF format shall be submitted via EasyChair. The program including the slides of accepted presentations and posters will be made available electronically to participants and on the conference website.

UCAAT welcomes presentation, poster and tutorial submissions relevant to modern test automation approaches, technologies and strategies in practice by means of case studies or experience reports.

Further information about topics and submission details can be found on the UCAAT homepage (see Related Links).

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