FIELD SERVICE ENABLEMENT TOOL

(FSET)

FSET enables Automated Testing and Continuous Integration for Industry 4.0

Automated Testing and Continuous Integration for Machine Builders and Device Manufacturers

developed by

Joint development of Kalycito and INCHSTONE to leverage DevOps and Continuous Integration for Industry

FSET – Key Capabilities

Centralized or distributed test system with time synchronization

Automate power ON/OFF cycles of equipment

Automate network topology changes

Easy integration of oscilloscope for inspection

Trace analysis of system behavior & network traffic

FSET USE CASES

For automation equipment manufacturers, machine builders and users

– requiring user-scenario testing and fast issue reporting

 – maintaining and troubleshooting multivendor heterogeneous systems

FSET ARCHITECTURE

Robust well tested Hardware

& Software

Jenkins Orchestrator, TSN, OPC/UA, I/Os, R-Plot, Oscilloscope, System under Test

Jenkins as a master orchestrator

Multiple Industrial PCs running real-time Linux to simulate use-cases

Additional instrumentation to enable power on/off and network outage scenarios

Linux containers to configure, build, run, test capture, plot & report

Feature list of FSET Core Software License

FEATURES STARTER STARTER PLUS ADVANCED
Automate digital input, digital output
Automate and execute scripts
Parallel triggering of jobs
Automate oscilloscope config, clear, capture
Gerrit integration
E-mail integration
Ticketing and scheduling
Automate plots (Jitter and Latency)
Snapshots
Automate system log collection
Automate network trace collection
Automate system log filtering
Automate network trace filtering
Real-time digital input, digital output support
Time synchronization PTP – IEEE 1588
Network topology change
Time synchronization TSN – IEEE 802.1AS
Automate network configuration change
Live plots
Installation support 2 weeks 3 weeks 6 weeks

GET FSET NOW!

Leverage the advantages of DevOps for Industry

Achieve short product life cycle, more features and product variants

Address the gap between standards testing & user-scenario testing