Timing analysis, optimization, and verification

  • 15-Oct-2012 11:44 EDT

Symtavision’s SymTA/S 3.2, the system-level tool suite for planning, optimizing, and verifying embedded real-time systems, now offers system-level distribution analysis and AUTOSAR 4.x support. TraceAnalyzer 3.2, also from Symtavision, now includes scripting support and can be fully integrated with SymTA/S. Covering entire systems, the new system-level distribution analysis in SymTA/S 3.2 also gives users the ability to undertake typical case analysis where communication paths are not safety-critical. As an intermediate analytical step between load analysis and worst-case analysis, it provides further scalability to the timing-design and timing-verification capabilities in SymTA/S. SymTA/S 3.2 and TraceAnalyzer 3.2 are suited for automotive, aerospace, automation, and other performance- and safety-critical systems developments.

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