That is why companies like the one I am working for will be so important for the Automotive Industry.
We provide solutions to enable Automotive Ethernet suppliers to validate their new devices, just as we are doing for service providers and network equipment manufacturers in the Telecom and IT sector.
Most lateral flow assays (LFAs) likely began as a lab-based test whether it was for the initial development phase or to meet changing demands that require a quick platform for use in the field, such as a lateral flow device (LFD).
Whatever the history of your assay, there are many factors to consider when transferring a test to a new platform and important validation steps must be taken to ensure the LFD results are just as reliable and robust as those previously obtained with the original lab-based assay.
During my “In-house OPEN-TC8 testing” workshop at the Automotive Ethernet Congress, I noticed that a surprising 70% of the 40 attendees have not heard a lot about the OSI-Layer model and protocol functionalities beforehand.