The aerospace industry requires a high level of precision, given the critical nature of its operations, in the commercial sphere and beyond. The same rigor is expected in the embedded software that modern aircraft increasingly depends on, in order to avoid hazards and security issues.
Today more than ever, increased connectivity between multiple information systems is quickly changing the aerospace domain and with it, challenges to secure aircraft systems not only from a safety point of view but also from a cybersecurity point of view.
Preventing vulnerabilities in your code is of the highest importance for you, and for us.
With total lines of code growing exponentially and embedded systems becoming increasingly complex, developing defect-free aerospace systems requires tools with the highest degree of precision.
TrustInSoft Analyzer allows you to verify the absence of code defects using a rigorous formal methods approach, so that you can finally trust that your code is proven secure.
Using TrustInSoft Analyzer makes it easier to achieve compliance with DO-178B/C, DO-333, ED-216, ED-12C, and more. Learn more about how here.
Certifying safety critical software requires a level of precision set out by the Airworthiness Authorities.
By verifying the absence of undefined behaviors in the source code, TrustInSoft Analyzer can help achieve safety objectives for software of any safety criticality level.
TrustInSoft Analyzer allows for exhaustive bug detection to ensure aircraft is failure-free and cybersecure.
It detects bugs that other static analyzers simply cannot identify thanks to its exhaustive, mathematical approach to discovering undefined behaviors that slip under the radar with traditional testing tools.
Adjust your level of mathematical guarantee to achieve the right level of security for each safety critical software.
TrustInSoft Analyzer easily integrates with the development process for a seamless complement to the testing tools already in place.
Instead, code can be verified directly during the CI/CD phase, so that you can always update software knowing the source code is secure and fulfills safety objectives.