This article is intended to give a rough overview of how an electronics development is going. Since a development as a whole is something very complicated, the article here is only to explain the process of a development in the electronics sector in a very simplified way. Anything else would probably end in a thick and boring book for the layman. And since we don't want to do just that, I first created a diagram of a classic development process as an overview. Almost as an introduction and later guidance.
Roughly outlined, it all goes like this again and again: A small explanation for people who can't cope with this presentation: After it has been decided that something will be developed, the specifications are created. On the basis of this, the actual development takes place. If it is found that this is not feasible, the specifications must be improved. On the basis of the development, the specifications are drawn up. Samples are then also produced, which are then used for the tests. If the tests are not successful, improvements must be made. The individual points will be explained in more detail on the following pages. However, one can assume that the tests make up a big block.
And, are you still alive? Of course, this is all much easier to understand if you simply explain it point by point. I can promise you that it will be really interesting, so please turn around!