Cantata 7.2 has now been certified by SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH for unit and integration testing of safety related software written in C and C++.
Contact QA Systems for a free Cantata 7.2 tool certification kit providing comprehensive guidance & evidence needed to help you achieve certification for your software.
Cantata has been certified by SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH as “usable in development of safety related software” up to the highest safety integrity levels for all main safety related standards:
- IEC 61508:2010 (general industrial)
- ISO 26262:2011 (automotive)
- EN 50128:2011 (railways)
- IEC 60880:2006 (nuclear power)
- and IEC 62304:2006 (medical devices)
SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH are the leading independent third-party certification body for functional safety, accredited by Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS).
Andreas Sczepansky, CEO of QA Systems commented “We are pleased to announce the certification of Cantata version 7.2, this will enable our customers developing standards compliant software to benefit from the latest advances in automation of unit and integration testing.”
Cantata 7.2 features a powerful new test case editor, interactive tutorials and major enhancements for the Cantata Team Reporting add-on.
QA Systems provides a free tool certification kit containing independent certification for the latest Cantata version 7.2, a detailed Safety Manual, comprehensive standards briefings for the main safety standards, and automated tests demonstrating safe operation of the tool on embedded targets.
Cantata is a unit and integration software testing tool, enabling developers to verify standard compliant or business critical C/C++ code on embedded target and host native platforms. Cantata is integrated with an extensive set of embedded development toolchains, from cross-compilers to requirements management and continuous integration tools. The Eclipse GUI, tight tool integrations, highly automated C/C++ test cases generation, all make Cantata easy to use.
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