OCIT® Offene Schnittstellen für die Straßenverkehrstechnik / Open Communication Interface for Road Traffic Control Systems
OCIT-O V2.0 Testsuite MAT
The "OCIT O Test Suite V2 MAT" is used to create a test tool for automated testing of traffic signal control devices with the interface OCIT O V2.0. Prerequisite for the development of a test tool are the test suite and experience in JAVA and TestNG. With the test tool can be assessed in a short time and with no further user intervention if a minimum required functionality is in place and functioning (Minimal Acceptance Test).
In the current state of development of the ODG test suite, the minimum acceptance test will be performed. Fully automatically running tests are executed to ensure the basic functions of the device in accordance with the OCIT-O standard. The MAT is a subset of the total tests, specified in specifications 1 to 11.
A traffic signal controller wich has all tests correctly completed, fulfills the requirements for interoperability tests with central facilities of other companies, based on the document "Funktionsnachweise an zentralen Einrichtungen" (see below). More..
Functional demonstration of the installation
The document "Funktionsnachweise an zentralen Einrichtungen" describes tests of traffic controllers with OCIT-Outstation interface version 2.0 at central components.
The test procedure is suitable for integration and interoperability tests. With integration tests the traffic controllers are tested at central components of the customer. With interoperability tests the traffic controllers are tested at central components of a system supplier, wich makes these available for test purposes.
Tested are the interface functions of the traffic controllers and their effects in the central components. Only functions are tested, which are testable with usually available serving and indicator functions in central components.
Some tests dependents on the configuration of the traffic controllers, e.g. the kind of the communication profile or the used detectors. The central equipment must be able to supply data to the traffic controller. More....