HAE Innovations, a global services and solutions provider for developing and testing connected devices launched Monday IoPass, an Internet of Things (IoT) solution for developers, integrators, and service assurance providers. IoPass is an easy to use testing tool designed with an intuitive user interface for non-wireless engineers that want an easy-to-use, and cost effective test platform.
IoPass also offers both custom development environment as well as automated test suites that help ensure wireless connectivity, battery performance, and signaling performance. IoPass is powered by the XG1000 network emulator, which is cost effective and designed for comprehensive IoT and connected device performance certification.
IoPass was designed from the beginning with IoT developers’ business and technical requirements in consideration. “We are excited that we are now able to provide global IoT manufacturers a solution to test performance at all stages of development from chip design to service deployment,” said Hesham ElHamahmy, CEO, HAE Innovations.
IoT developers must overcome significant testing challenges throughout the product design life cycle. Verification of technical performance to marketing requirements means developers must wait until the design nears completion to verify the performance on a live network or by investing in costly, complex mobile network simulators originally designed for testing smartphones.
The integration of multiple IoT connected systems into today’s wireless networks continues to increase in test complexity. IoPass aims to simplify that. Jeff Horner, CTO adds, “IoPass will help IoT developers and wireless operators alike ensure that tomorrow’s devices will connect to wireless networks successfully and efficiently.”
IoPass decreases IoT testing complexity and increases speed to market by providing IoT developers a safe and repeatable simulated test network environment; something live network testing cannot provide.
HAE Innovations also provides IoT Certification Readiness services that help OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) navigate the complexity of getting IoT and connected devices to market. The company also delivers professional training services that include introduction to 5G technology; 5G communications systems prospects and challenges; alongside 5G core concepts.