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Automated Test Environment, a framework for building device testing quickly and consistently

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Automated Test Environment (ATE)

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ATE is a hardware-oriented test environment intended for production testing in a manufacturing environment. The ATE framework is a test template and test sequence executor only, so there are no considerations for user interaction, meaning that you need to supply your own "start" button.

The ATE could be considered an automated test framework which imposes a consistent work flow and reduces the amount of mind share that you need to dedicate to developing automated device tests.

Checkout the documentation for more details!

There is a ready-to-run GUI using tkinter over at the TkATE.
This is very useful to get a manufacturing test up quickly and easily. Enjoy!

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