9 лет в тестировании, Прошла путь с регрессионного тестировщика в Sitronics Telecom Solutions (Москва, Россия), до и.о. Руководителя группы автоматизированного и нагрузочного тестирования. Около 4 лет работала тест-менеджером в Сбербанк-технологии (Москва, Россия). В настоящее время QA Team Lead/ AI Engineer в Accenture (Рига Латвия)
Hear me sign: Sign language translator development and test
Image, all of you who don’t understand sign language how it would feel to live in a world where you are unable to fully communicate with the vast majority of the population unless it’s via text. Just one instance from many when a person who relies on sign language as their first form of communication may struggle in everyday life. These can vary from transport all the way to healthcare. Ask yourself, how did it feel? Now imagine living in a world which isn’t fully accessible to you. Where you have instances like this every single day. This is why we are eager to share our idea with you today: Sign language translator - development and test
How we can test a robot – home helper
In this talk will be presented approaches to software testing for Nao – anthropomorphic robot. This robot is usually used for scientific researchers. We developed a program of the home helper. When a person calls a thing, the robot should come to the defined thing, pick up it and bring to the person. In the future, this program might be used as a programmed helper for seniors and bed-ridden patients.
We defined 3 main principles for the robot testing:
- Dialog testing. The main purpose is to test, how the robot understands voice commands from different people with any noises conditions.
- Environment orientation testing. The main purpose is to define, how Nao analyses images from its cameras, to combine those data with data from robot sonar and to test how a trajectory to the main purpose subject creates.
- Pick up things testing. The main purpose is to define how far the robot is stable, which things form it can pick up and how long it will be able to hold them.