- 自动化与控制 - 其他
- 网络与连接 - 无线局域网
客户为其物联网 (IoT) 主导的户外照明系统开发了专有的无线网状网络协议，服务于停车场、机场、餐厅、道路等。
然而，针对这些不同的物联网设备集的每个无线网络的功能测试变得相当复杂，并对客户的可扩展性和成本效益产生了不利影响。客户选择与 Softdel 合作建立测试策略，在保持高性能解决方案质量的同时自动测试其无线户外照明产品线。
该客户总部位于美国，是照明技术领域无与伦比的行业领导者，提供广泛的开创性 LED 照明和相关解决方案
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