Vector Software Announces Release of VectorCAST 5.2

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Latest release helps embedded software development organizations meet safety-related software development standards and increase productivity

Vector Software, Inc., announced the immediate availability of VectorCAST version 5.2, the most-automated solution for testing embedded software applications. This latest release of VectorCAST has been certified by TÜV SÜD as qualified for safety-related software development according to IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 standards.

In addition to TÜV SÜD certification, VectorCAST 5.2 includes an expanded set of features and functionality designed specifically to improve productivity for developers and managers.

VectorCAST 5.2 new capabilities and enhancements

  •     Graphical User Interface (GUI) improvements
  •     Regression testing sub-sets of tests based on source changes
  •     Status reporting improvements
  •     Support for nested compound tests
  •     Uncovered line indicator
  •     Data dictionary for macro definitions
  •     Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

VectorCAST 5.2 is immediately available to customers worldwide. For additional details about the 5.2 release of VectorCAST or to register for the What’s New in VectorCAST 5.2 webinar, please visit:

About Vector Software, Inc.
Founded in 1989, Vector Software is the leading provider of dynamic automated software testing tools for developers of safety critical embedded applications. Vector Software’s VectorCAST line of products, automate and manage the complex tasks associated with unit, integration, and system level testing. The VectorCAST tools support the C, C++, and Ada programming languages.

Vector Software’s Product Family
VectorCAST/Requirements Gateway
Modified Condition / Decision Coverage (MC/DC) module
IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 Certification Kits
DO-178B and FDA Qualification Packages
More information about the products offered by Vector Software can be found at:


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