Real-time embedded coder

  • 02-Sep-2008 04:42 EDT

The Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder for The MathWorks Release 2008a was certified by TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH. This assessment focused on the software modification process, customer bug reporting, and fitness for safety-related development. The certificate was granted based upon a workflow for typical automotive applications that addresses application-specific verification and validation of models and generated code. This workflow describes how model-based design can be used for applications that need to comply with IEC 61508-3. Recently, the product had successfully passed ­the Automotive Code Validation Suite, which provides an independent test suite for validating embedded code generators.

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