Software testing news May 2022: AI traffic lights & more
Here we are at the start of June and it is time to look back at the previous month’s testing updates. Software testing news May 2022 features a new artificial intelligence traffic light system. There is huge growth ahead for the software testing services market. The University of Liverpool is embracing tech with the opening of a new digital innovation facility.
Read our software testing update round-up from April 2022.
Aston University hoping to test AI traffic lights this year
This story from BBC News is on an AI traffic light system developed by Aston University.
Researchers say that the system could “significantly cut queues” and the university is aiming to test it on real roads soon. The system reads live camera footage and then adapts the traffic lights accordingly to keep the traffic flowing.
Huge growth expected for the Global Pure Play Software Testing Services Market
Yahoo! Finance reports a growth of £6 billion for the software testing services market between 2022 and 2026.
In mid-May, Reportlinker.com announced the release of the “pure play software testing services market” report. This report offers vendor analysis and trend forecasts on the current global market scenario and environment. It identifies the need for cost reduction and a quicker time-to-market as prime reasons driving the growth over the next few years.
University Centre of Excellence for emerging digital tech opens in Liverpool
This article from Software Testing News is on the new Digital Innovation Facility (DIF) at the University of Liverpool.
DIF features the latest tests robotics and autonomous systems. It is also home to cutting-edge Virtual Reality technology and equipment. The centre is co-funded by the University of Liverpool and Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Local Growth Fund. The consensus is that it is heading towards becoming a true hub for Digital Innovation.
That is all for software testing news May 2022. What do you think of the articles we chose to feature? If you would like to have a say then we would love to hear from you!