For cloud-based test automation solutions, ZD Automotive has designed and developed an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that includes features such as editing, analyzing, compiling and debugging of program code. The program is flexible and can be used in a variety of ways, allowing development work to be carried out much faster and easier thanks to its many features.

In combination with our test setups, the ZD Box and the ZD Datalogger, the IDE provides a complete hardware-in-the-loop test environment that facilitates development, organizes resources and reduces effort and errors. After the SUT (System under Test) is connected to the IDE, the test setups and the ZD Box simulate vehicle situations which are recorded by the ZD Datalogger. At the same time, the user can quickly and easily write test scripts in the IDE with embedded codes, which can be automatically tested in the Virtual Lab.

The IDE can be downloaded for free at the bottom of the page. On the software side, all functions, such as writing scripts, are enabled, but for full use we recommend the ZD Box.


To simplify advanced test automation, the Test Case IDE offers a number of innovative features that help improve the productivity and convenience of program code work.

  • Automated test script programming with a script editor or a graphical user interface
  • Support of Javascript Syntax
  • Parallel interactions of testers and remote-controlled test stand possible
  • Prepared list with frequently used code snippets for insertion by click. This list can be extended with custom code snippets.
  • Static syntax check, version control and auto-completion of commands
  • Tailor-made customer service


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