Nathalie Rooseboom de Vries van Delft, Capgemini
I’ve been a Casualty Simulation victim for a couple of years now, and in this role I have participated in numerous drills, exercises and exams for first aiders, medical teams and first-responders. Besides the tremendous fun I have being a ‘victim’, I also learned a lot from these ‘tests’. I have used these lessons in my daily work as a software- and system-tester too. This is the poster paper that accompanies the presentation where I will tell about my experiences as a casualty simulation victim and how I applied the lessons learned in my job as software tester, specifically in my project of end-to-end testing done at NS Hispeed for their commercial systems of Fyra. I’ve made a high-level overview on a convenient two-pager. The two-pager shows in basics how a familiar testing process is applied within Casualty Simulation, some background information on Casualty Simulation and the teasers for the ‘four gems’ from the Lessons Learned. The paper doesn’t go into the material from the presentation too deeply and contains a different example than will be showed during the presentation itself, just to keep it interesting for the visitors that are able to visit the track ,and has the sole purpose of getting to interaction and discussion around the subject.
Note: this poster paper contains imagery which COULD be gruesome to some people; all the casualties shown are NOT REAL (simulated), but could nevertheless be shocking to some.