Use Cases


Embedded Virtual Subscriber for handset applications

As handsets evolve, a growing number of applications are installed on smartphones and 3G devices to enable PC-like experiences.

The Embedded Virtual Subscriber is installed on the handset itself, enabling the emulation and monitoring of all human interfaces and activities, including key strokes, screen captures, audio and video.

In addition, the Embedded Virtual Subscriber enables full control over handset resources (GPS information, CPU and memory consumption, processes run, etc.). The Embedded Virtual Subscriber has low foot-print and low resource consumption and therefore does not influence the performance of the handset.

Subscriber Experience: Navigation Application

When using a navigation application, a subscriber is choosing a destination and getting a map of the route to the destination.

With the Embedded Virtual Subscriber, full information about the application's performance, availability and quality is available.

Subscriber experience: GPS location
The Embedded Virtual Subscriber reads the GPS coordinates of the handset, and verifies that the handset indeed holds the correct GPS information.

Subscriber experience: Run Navigation Application
The Embedded Virtual Subscriber monitors the time it takes for the application to open, the number of available satellites connections and the time it takes to lock on the best satellite.

Subscriber experience: Select a Destination
The Embedded Virtual Subscriber enters the required destination by emulating keystrokes. The Embedded Virtual Subscriber asks for a route.

Subscriber experience: Get a Map
The Embedded Virtual Subscriber captures the screen and verifies that the selected route matches the reference route. It also measures how much time it took.
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