Lynx Software has chosen LDRA Certification Services as its FACE Verification Authority. Independent validation and verification (IVV) of Lynx’s FACE confirming software ensures joint aerospace and defense customers reduce risks, lower costs and speed time-to-field for their airborne platforms.
LDRA’s integration with Amazon Web Services enables aviation and defense entities to build software on the cloud-hosted development platform using security best practices from the start.
LDRA’s new integration with Microsoft Azure DevOps, a cloud-hosted development and deployment solution, helps military and defense providers build security best practices into the earliest stages of software development.
Railway and power generation equipment provider KONČAR has chosen LDRArules to help enforce compliance with industry- or user-defined coding standards and provide clear visibility of software flaws in its new platform. The company is using LDRArules to develop offerings such as the SafeLog project for safe human-robot interaction in logistics applications in warehouses.
Targeted at automotive body electronics, battery management systems and emerging zonal and domain control ECUs, the LDRA tool suite, together with the NXP S32 Design Studio IDE, helps reduce the cost and effort associated with developing, testing, and certifying software that runs on S32K3 MCUs.
LDRA has long linked to Jenkins to enable developers to analyze, track test and verification fulfilment, and measure code quality. With a new plug-in, developers can now view LDRA results directly in Jenkins, saving time and reducing development costs associated with building systems that must meet rigorous standards such ISO 26262.
LDRA is now a part of Wind River Studio’s partner ecosystem! The latest version of Wind River’s cloud native platform for intelligent systems uses LDRA’s analysis and verification capabilities to automate coding standards compliance, software quality analysis, and source code coverage analysis on the host and target.
G.G.Tronics will use the LDRA tool suite to perform static and dynamic analysis on its software code, an important step in the development of its new Axle counter solution, which monitors each track section for the presence of a train. The Indian-based company expects the tool suite to improve quality, confirm correct functionality, and demonstrate and maintain requirements traceability in accordance with EN 50128.
The LDRA tool suite now supports DDC-I’s latest Deos™ safety-critical real-time operating system (RTOS) featuring SafeMC™ multicore technology and OpenArbor® Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE). The powerful, efficient solution enables avionic system manufacturers to quickly and cost-effectively develop, debug, test, and deploy software that can be readily certified to the most demanding requirements.
FACE conformance services will be offered to customers in the aerospace and defense industry by LDRA Certification Services (LCS), a division of LDRA