by Dylan Llewellyn | May 6, 2021 | News
6 May 2021 – QA Systems, a leading Safety Critical Software Test Tool provider, creator of the market leading Cantata dynamic test tool for C and C++, announces the opening of its new office in Da Nang City, Vietnam. This marks QA Systems first expansion in Asia and supports the continuing growth and success in the region.
by Dylan Llewellyn | Oct 16, 2020 | Blog
C and its derivative C++ are the two most prevalent and relied upon languages used for the provision of Safety Critical Systems in the automotive industry and adherence to the ISO 26262 Certification Standard is mandatory.
But to understand why we need to wind the clock back in time to the glorious 1980s. Electronically controlled ignition and fuel injection systems were the first major embedded systems developed in the automotive industry.
The replacement of mechanical and analogue ignition and injection systems heralded the introduction of controllable digital alternatives, which kept pace with the availability of cheaper, faster, more robust and reliable micro-controllers.
Find out in this blog why C and its derivative C++ are the two most prevalent languages within the automotive industry.
by Dylan Llewellyn | Jun 18, 2020 | Blog
The world’s leading engineering companies and their leadership teams have one mission objective outside of the commercial, to build and retain industry leading, high-performance people that deliver quality products on time.
by Dylan Llewellyn | Apr 7, 2020 | BlogFor adopting and promoting new technologies, and integrating software into user facing systems, the automotive industry has been well ahead of the curve. Considering the advances still to come, it could very well stay in the lead for decades more. Systems such as...
by Dylan Llewellyn | May 23, 2019 | BlogIn 1872, American George Brayton invented the first commercial liquid-fuelled internal combustion engine. In 1876, Nikolaus Otto, working with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, patented the compressed charge, four-cycle engine. In 1879, Karl Benz patented a...