At Embedded World 2018, Parasoft showcased test automation solutions for embedded, safety-critical, and IoT software, powered by the Parasoft tool suite. At the core of Parasoft’s solution for embedded is Parasoft C/C++test, which provides C and C++ developers with a unified testing solution that includes advanced static analysis and unit testing technologies to facilitate software development best practices, rigorous bug detection, and security vulnerability remediation. Embedded developers also benefit from Parasoft SOAtest, for testing and validation at the message/API layer, Parasoft Jtest, for analyzing Java codebases, and Parasoft DTP, for reporting and intelligent analytics that provide actionable insights to bring efficiency to quality and compliance initiatives. These tools integrate seamlessly together to provide users with the industry’s most comprehensive solution for IoT-connected devices, ensuring secure, reliable, and scalable applications.
Parasoft demonstrated its comprehensive solution for embedded, with a focus on the newest product capabilities that emphasize meeting the requirements of safety-critical and compliance industries:
Parasoft’s support for MISRA and security guidelines have been augmented to include streamlined compliance packs that take manual work out of certification. New qualification kits for aerospace (DO-178 B/C, DO-330, E-12B/C), automotive (ISO 26262), functional safety (IEC-61508), and railway (EN-50128) software automatically provide the documentation that organizations need to prove compliance to certifying agencies.
Users can now benefit from a consolidated view of coverage and traceability for both manual and unit testing efforts, including support for open source unit testing frameworks, such as Google Test, CPPunit, and CppUTest.
New workflows enable users to prioritize static analysis problems based on risk and prioritize testing activities to accelerate agile. New integrations are focused on developer ease-of-use and include support for leading development environments, including Visual Studio 2017 and Wind River Workbench 4.x/VxWorks 7.x