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Ansys provides a model-based embedded software development and simulation environment with a built-in certified automatic code generator to accelerate embedded software development projects. System and software engineers use Ansys to graphically design, verify and automatically generate critical embedded applications with high dependability requirements. Ansys SCADE solutions are highly interoperable and can be easily integrated into existing development flows, optimizing development, and increasing communication among team members.
Embedded Control Software Development:
Certified code generators like the one in Ansys SCADE ensure that embedded software will work as planned, the first time and every time.
Man-Machine Interface Software:
One can optimize the usability and reliability of your interface using software development and certified code generation tools from Ansys.
Certified Code Generation Across Industries:
Qualified/certified at the highest level of safety across six market segments by more than 10 safety authorities worldwide, including: DO-178C up to Level A for aerospace and defense applications, ISO 26262 up to ASIL D for automotive applications, IEC 61508 up to SIL 3 for transportation and industrial applications, EN 50128 up to SIL 3/4 for rail transportation applications, and IEC 60880 demonstrated compliance for nuclear applications by many nuclear safety authorities.
Model-Based Systems Engineering:
Define requirements, design, analysis, and verification and validation activities throughout the development cycle. Keeps track of these interdependencies with an evolving model instead of written design specifications, so one can be sure that all subsystems mesh together in a finely tuned whole, even continuing to change the design.