Ensures coding standard compliance for MISRA
- Eliminates early lifecycle errors
- Improves software clarity, consistency and maintainability
- Certified by SGS TÜV SAAR for functional safety
LDRAlite for ARM DS-5 enforces compliance with the MISRA coding standards and provides clear visibility of software flaws that might typically pass through the build and test process and become latent problems.
LDRAlite complements the certified ARM Compiler and safety qualification kit, making ARM DS-5 the ideal software development platform for ARM-based products in use in safety-critical markets such as automotive, industrial controls, and medical device applications.
Automatically generated code violation reports increase developer productivity, ensure standard compliance and, ultimately, software quality.
LDRAlite supports the following MISRA coding standards:
- MISRA C:1998
- MISRA C:2004
- MISRA C:2012
- MISRA- C++:2008
- MISRA AC
LDRAlite for ARM DS-5 Software is compatible with both ARM Compiler 5 and ARM Compiler 6.
ARM is a registered trademark of ARM Limited (or its subsidiaries) in the US and/or elsewhere.
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Join this webinar to learn how the integration of LDRA’s MISRA compliance tool, LDRAlite™ for ARM® DS-5 software can shorten your path to software functional safety. LDRAlite complements the TÜV-certified ARM Compiler and safety qualification kit, making DS-5 the ideal software development platform for ARM-based products in use in safety-critical markets such as automotive and industrial automation. With this integration, developers can quickly check their code for MISRA coding standards compliance, making their code more consistent, clear, maintainable, and functionally safe.
LDRAlite enables compliance with functional safety standards including ISO 26262 and IEC 61508. These standards, used widely in safety-critical applications in the automotive and industrial markets, recommend the use of the MISRA coding standard for C/C++ to improve software product quality, consistency, clarity and maintainability.
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