Industrial research & innovation are an essential components of Smartesting's DNA and a vector of our success.
That's why Smartesting is exploring, either alone or in partnership with other companies or research institutes, advanced technologies as part of research and innovation programs.
Research & innovation projects
The SARCoS project, on the cybersecurity of connected systems, was awarded in the 2nd ISITE-BFC call for proposals within the Research / Industry collaboration category. This project focuses on the resilience of connected systems, such as intelligent transport systems, the Internet of Things and intelligent microsystems.
The ability of these systems to protect themselves from data forgery is a major challenge for companies that increasingly rely on these intelligent systems in their everyday life (for smart cities, air transport, connected cars or eHealth systems).
The ISITE-CFB SARCoS project represents a breakthrough innovation based on data forgery detection capabilities to enhance the resilience of these systems to cybersecurity risks.
The FEDER project "SARCoS" carried by the companies Smartesting (SME - Lead Partner) and Flowbird (ex-Parkeon – Mid-size company), aims to increase the impact of the SARCoS project on the Bourgogne Franche-Comté County by increasing industrial R & D. The objective is to develop a technology at TRL 6/7, for industrialization and market launch within 12 months after the end of the project.
The SARCoS project is supported by the ERDF program.
The MollyMawk project aims to validate the relevance and market potential of the Business Process Assurance (BPA) concept and the "SmartBPA" solution prototyped by Smartesting.
The concept of Business Process Assurance complements the traditional approach of Quality Assurance (QA) / Software Testing. QA is essentially driven by the IT departments of organizations and focuses on the quality and reliability of an application or group of applications. SmartBPA relies on business process models (BPMs) and enables Business representatives (e.g.: Business Analysts) to conduct business tests and ensure that business processes as a whole operate smoothly and without interruptions.
The BPA approach implemented by SmartBPA makes even more sense in the context of large organizations where agile development models are deployed. In these contexts, developments on the same business process are split and parallelized: therefore, checking the integrity of the entire process is even more crucial.
The BPA approach is also intended to be deployed within “agile@scale” frameworks such as SAFe, LeSS, etc. which precisely aim to organize the synchronization of the developments and go-live.
The MollyMawk project is supported as part of the European H2020 SME scheme.
The objective of the PHILAE project is to speed up software testing activities by performing a variety of trace analysis (usage traces, traces of previous test runs, etc.), and by sorting them using automatic learning techniques
This data analysis is combined with model inference and automated test generation. The project includes the implementation of this approach on three industrial case studies with a toolchain developed within the project. With Philae, we plan to change the paradigm for automated testing of Web-based information systems and to drive Model-Based Testing towards Cognitive Test Automation.
The PHILAE project is supported by the National Research Agency.
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