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Build your IoT or Smart Home devices quickly & confidently with a test solution that validates products at every stage of development

PassPort is a fully automated solution for testing the connectivity and interoperability of IoT and Smart Home devices.

By emulating a real home network, PassPort enables repeatable network testing for ensuring IoT and Smart Home devices behave as intended for your customers.

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A fully automated test solution that enables repeatable network testing of IoT and Smart Home devices

Accelerate product development

Accelerate product development

Reliable, repeatable, easy to use test cases designed by experts.

Increase sales & confidence

Increase sales & confidence

Validate IoT device implementations and prove interoperability prior to deployment.

Reduce operational costs

Reduce operational costs

Reduce support costs and spend less time testing, debugging, troubleshooting issues.

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News, Announcements

QA Cafe Announces Fully Automated IoT and Smart Home Test Solution

May 18, 2021

QA Cafe announces the release of PassPort, a first-of-its-kind, fully automated, and easy-to-use test solution to improve feature and protocol interoperability of IoT and smart home products, ensuring that IoT devices operate as intended before they are deployed.

Webinars

How to Improve Wi-Fi Interoperability in Your Smart Home Products

September 07, 2021

Watch as the QA Cafe PassPort team shows you how fully automated Wi-Fi connectivity testing will improve your IoT and smart home products. We’ll cover topics including common connectivity and stability issues with Wi-Fi enabled products; Wi-Fi security and configuration options, and why you should test all of them; and Automating tests to look for regressions.

Articles

Our TechTarget Article: Why move to an all IP IoT?

September 22, 2021

IoT users in both industrial and connected home settings expect their products and applications to “just work”. Luckily, IP technologies and IPv6, in particular, can help. In this article, learn why many IoT networks move to all-IP and what testing you can do to ensure your products work in the field.

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