Embedded Solutions

How to secure your development & production process

Release date: 10/31/2019 11:00:00 AM

Logic2day and its partners present you a variety of ways to secure and control different stages of your development and production process.


Cost-efficient handling of Coding Rule Violations with TBexclude

Designed to complement LDRA's TBvision user friendly reporting of coding rule violations, TBexclude offers a multi-tier coding violation exclusion capability enabling the suppression of rule violation reports at the project, team or individual user levels – perhaps in support of a MISRA deviation process.

Matrox® Keeps a Close Eye on the Factory Floor with Help from Intel® and Insyde®

Matrox Imaging leveraged Insyde's UEFI firmware solutions and expertise along with Intel's powerful and efficient Intel Core processors to deliver their latest machine vision controller to market. Learn how Matrox was able to take advantage of InsydeH2O to create a secure, full featured-platform while reducing their overall development time. Read the full case study.

Effective software development for safety-related markets

Many products for such markets as household appliances, automotive, industrial and healthcare have regulatory requirements to be certified against functional safety (FuSa) standards. For example, IEC 61508 for electrical systems, ISO 26262 for the automotive industry, IEC62304 for medical systems, and EN 50128 for railway applications.

Within the standards, there are multiple safety integrity levels (SIL) that specify formal methods to be used during development for verifying that the application code, software components and toolchains are safe for the intended use.
 

Ways to meet the relentless pressure to release products faster

Designers often use one set of tools (such as Adobe Photoshop) to craft the look and feel of a UI and another set for prototyping (like Adobe Experience Design). Developers then use a third toolset (often C/C++) to implement the final product. All of these changes in tools, process, and workflow suck up time and introduce errors. Thankfully, there are tools on the market that can help create a streamlined design development process.



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