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Resonate Testing upgrades secure live streaming of tests

Posted 3 March 2020 · Add Comment

Resonate Testing has upgraded its secure live video streaming of testing, enhancing the frequent live streams via a secure broadcast for those wishing to monitor tests while offsite.

A live stream of a test being conducted at Resonate Testing.
Courtesy Resonate Testing

To date, this has mainly been focused on Resonate's propulsion grade testing and where appropriate its vibration testing. Due to recent upgrades the company can provide live streaming throughout the facility for all the tests they conduct.

The live stream includes discussion with the customer engineers, setup, demonstration of the calibration and instrumentation verification, demonstration of the functional parameters during the test and naturally cameras on the test item, with video live streaming from several angles, all of which are agreed with the customer in advance.

Clients can still visit Resonate and send a witness to any testing they conduct. Many customers find the live streaming acceptable and any testing is backed up by a comprehensive test plan and report.

Resonate Testing view its live streaming capabilities as a demonstration to its customers of its commitment to ensure progressive test capability, while reducing the burden for customers who select Resonate Testing for their compliance testing.

Tom Mallon the company’s Managing Director, said: “While we provide active live streaming at the moment, we are always considering how to add value for the customer and believe that this will significantly improve the customer experience when contracting Resonate Testing in demonstration of product validation or certification.”



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