Mistral and ANSYS invite you to a seminar on Model Based System & Software Engineering (MBSE), Compliant with International Safety Regulations (DO-178C, IEC 61508, IEC 60880, EN 50128, ISO 26262).
Date: April 12th, 2016 (Tuesday)
Venue: Grand Ballroom, The Leela Palace, Old Airport Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
To register for the seminar, kindly email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +91-80 30731410/30731304. Please confirm your registrations latest by Thursday, 7th April, 2016.
Systems are becoming increasingly complex and that is fact of life for all of us. Software is an important component of these complex systems that perform critical functions and control many of the system functions autonomously. This has significant impact on the system safety and performance.
With Internet of Things (IoT) these complex systems are getting interconnected allowing them to directly interact among themselves as well as with their environments. This enables us to realize a very complex and intelligent behavior of the system. Stringent International Safety Regulations have to be applied to ensure overall safety of those systems, more and more operated by consumers. Traditional methods of software development are time consuming and do not scale well to address these challenges.
Model based development of software provides a higher level of abstraction over the traditional approaches. Models are easy to create, maintain and validate and they scale well to address more complex challenges. ANSYS SCADE offers model based solutions to address critical systems market with innovative approach that reduce risk, cost, time to market while complying to the industry standards to meet safety objectives. ANSYS SCADE has been certified/qualified according to the most stringent International Safety Standards.
In this seminar, our experts will deliver sessions to keep you updated with the latest and interesting developments with ANSYS SCADE products as well as current trends and directions, with regards to IoT in safety critical industries.