JOT Automates Final Testing of Smart Wearables


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JOT_Scanner.jpgJOT Automation, the leading supplier of test and production solutions, automates the final testing of smart wearables for an enriched end-user experience and shortens the time-to-market in the highly competitive market. JOT G3, known as an all-in-one final tester for smartphones, also enables fully automatic tests on wearables like smartwatches in a repeatable and reliable environment.

JOT G3 executes multiple tests in a single platform. The solution with a compact footprint is capable of running all the required DUT interface tests on, for example, RF, electrics, mechanics, touch screen, buttons, audio, and plug-in connections.

Wearable products have been on the markets for a long time, but only recently has the offering become fashionable. Juniper Research has predicted that smart wearables hardware revenue will reach 19 billion USD globally by 2018.

“We might witness even greater market potential. The cake will be big but there will be many takers. The market will be crowded with competition. Winners will have the capability to increase the speed of the product development process and the quality of its output,” said Mika Mämmelä, Business Line Director at JOT Automation.

“Consumers expect small devices with multiple functionalities and robust reliability at an affordable price.  We believe that billions of performance and design driven wearables won’t be shipped in the time-to-market with satisfactory precision, quality and cost without flexible automation.“

The company is showcasing the key features of the JOT G3 all-in-one final tester at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 2-5. Visit JOT Automation at Hall 5 Stand 5D36.

About JOT Automation

JOT Automation leads the robotics revolution for a better user experience. JOT creates the smartest value with automated test and assembly solutions for smart devices. JOT offers customizable production solutions based on the best applications and modules to enable ultimate designs and performance in minimal forms. The company is a global partner for the industry giants manufacturing smart phones and wearables powered by all the major mobile operating systems. www.jotautomation.com

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