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Open Source

Solid Sands and SYSGO Expand Their Collaboration to Assist Customers with Safety-Critical Projects - News

June 27, 2022

Solid Sands and SYSGO have announced new developments in their four-year collaboration.

Software & OS

Road to embedded world: Solid Sands - Blog

June 09, 2022

We’re nearing the end of our ‘Road to embedded world’ series and one of our last stops will be in Amsterdam where the compiler and library testing and qualification technology company, Solid Sands, is headquartered.

Debug & Test

Solid Sands' SuperTest to Help SiFive Advance RISC-V - News

January 31, 2022

SiFive is currently building a new infrastructure to support accelerated ASIC and FPGA design flows, IP delivery, and SoC development.

Debug & Test

Solid Sands' SuperTest Extended by 3000 New Tests and Support for C++20 - News

January 11, 2022

Solid Sands announced Update #3 to its SuperTest Vermeer Release. This update supports widespread adoption of the C++ programming language in safety-critical applications with comprehensive C++20 language coverage.

Software & OS

Solid Sands’ SuperTest Toolset Provides Ready-Made Test and Validation Solution - Blog

December 13, 2021

Most of today’s safety-critical embedded software applications are comprised of three components: developer written application code, standard library components, and a real-time operating system (RTOS). Rolland Dudemaine, the Vice-President of Engineering at eSOL Europe, verifies that the latter piece is why compliance with safety standards, such as ISO 26262 for automotive, is so important.

Software & OS

Addressing the Need to Qualify C/C++ Compilers & Libraries for Use in a Safety-Critical Context - Blog

July 29, 2021

The systems used in modern automotive, rail, industrial control, medical, and aerospace applications are, of course, incredibly complex and intricate. Given their safety-critical nature, ongoing reliable operation needs to be assured and the risk of prospective failures mitigated. It is therefore mandatory that these systems fully comply with established functional safety standards: ISO 26262, IEC 61508, or EN 50128, depending on the industry sector involved.