Vector Software to Provide VectorCAST Testing Platform to Visteon Corporation for ISO 26262 Compliance

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Global automotive supplier will use testing platform to help validate next-generation automotive systems software.

Proven Solutions for Reliable Software

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VectorCAST helps automotive suppliers to cost-effectively comply with the ISO 26262 functional safety standard and deliver high quality software products to the market with decreasing cycle times.

Vector Software, the leading provider of dynamic software testing solutions for embedded systems, announced today that it will provide Visteon Electronics, a business unit of leading global automotive supplier Visteon Corporation, with the VectorCAST testing platform as a component of its software development strategy.

VectorCAST provides a rich feature set, ease-of-use, TÜV SÜD ISO 26262 certification, and an existing world-wide customer base in automotive. Visteon conducted a technology evaluation across multiple locations and development environments, and included testing on live hardware.

“Automation in testing is looked at by companies typically in the context of meeting safety or regulatory requirements. Visteon seeks to raise the bar and this next-generation testing platform technology supports our goal to improve Software quality as well as time to market across our global Software development,” said Arun Devaraj, Associate Director, Visteon Electronics.

VectorCAST’s open architecture allows integration with best-of-breed tools for requirements traceability, static analysis, and MISRA compliance. With VectorCAST, engineers can manage end-to-end traceability of development assets and are able to demonstrate that every requirement has been validated and every risk has been mitigated.

“A growing number of companies are using the VectorCAST platform for the development of automotive safety-critical software systems,” stated William McCaffrey, Vector Software's Chief Operating Officer. “VectorCAST helps automotive suppliers to cost-effectively comply with the ISO 26262 functional safety standard and deliver high quality software products to the market with decreasing cycle times."

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