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Wanted to know if there is anything/Concept/terminology called BodyTesting. If yes can anyone brief me about it or can provide a link where i can find about it ?
Re: Testing \"BodyTesting\"
Staying outside of the medical industry here, that terminology is usually used more in the manufacturing industry. In fact, I think it is exclusively used in the manufacturing industry. (And here I am using "manufacturing" in a broad sense.) It really would make no sense in the software industry although you could certainly apply it to hardware components I suppose. (I know for a fact that companies like Intel, AMD, and Gateway do not use this terminology.)
For example, car seat manufacturers for baby seats have "body testing" and it is not related to the body of the baby that will be in the seat but, rather, the "body" of the car seat itself in terms of various structural and design parameters. (I know the company Greco used this term.) Steel companies who make finished products out of steel and/or metal will have "body testing" which is a structural term but is different than strict "structural testing", at least to hear most people talk about it. (Prudential Steel is one example of a company that makes a distinction.) I am also fairly certain that John Deere uses this term for things like their 750C undercarriage. You will also hear some references to "Notified Bodies" which refers to an assessment of a given product (usually manufacturing-based) that is done by someone who is not connected with the design or development of the product. When this assessment is done, it is marked as "body tested".