Safety-critical software development standards, as such as DO178B/C (aerospace), ISO 26262 (automotive), EN-50128 (railway), and IEC 61508 (functional safety), require that manufacturers prove...

Re-use of legacy code is a reality, but re-using legacy code in a safety critical software project and achieving full MISRA C 2012 compliance is a daunting task. 

The original MISRA principles...

The task of building embedded software applications was already fraught with challenges, and then with the introduction of IoT, everything now seems to have a connection to the internet –...

We are in a cost crisis with safety-critical software, which means that the increased functionality required has grown beyond the ability to pay for its development. The Boeing 787 program, for...

By Alan Zeichick (Principal Analyst at Camden Associates

Modern medical devices increasingly leverage microprocessors and embedded software, as well as sophisticated communications connections,...

By Alan Zeichick (Principal Analyst at Camden Associates) and Arthur Hicken, Chief Evangelist at Parasoft 

Cars are more complex than ever, and that means an exponential potential for software...

"It takes dozens of microprocessors running 100 million lines of code to get a premium car out of the driveway, and this software is only going to get more complex.” -- Robert N. Charette, IEEE...

The costs of an automobile recall can be immense for an OEM automobile or light truck manufacturer – and potentially ruinous for a member of the industry’s supply chain. Some of the notable...

We have come a long way since Karl Benz patented and developed what would become known as the modern automobile. The rise of driver-assist technology, Internet connectivity, control-by-wire...

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