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A modern approach to the automatic design and testing of domestic appliances

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Household appliances are becoming smarter and smarter. Their easiness of use and performances are improving dramatically, mainly thanks to a massive introduction of electronic control systems. This tendency is even more evident in white goods, where nowadays electronic is the real brain of the appliance. The added values to the customer are constantly growing up; but, from a manufacturer point of view, electronics gives a previously unknown flexibility and thus the space of possible behaviors of electronically controlled appliances has became huge. In this scenario it arises the necessity of a proper set of automatic tools to assist the whole product's design and testing procedure. In this article we introduce Indesit Company's experience and philosophy on these systems

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Control and Automation, 2006. MED '06. 14th Mediterranean Conference on

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28-30 June 2006