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Best practice to improve aerospace and defence cybersecurity
Right now, we are in an era of some incredible electronic healthcare and medical advances and innovation enabled by the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Innovations in medical robotics and healthtech
Right now, we are in an era of some incredible electronic healthcare and medical advances and innovation enabled by the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI).
Perforce to showcase at Embedded World 2023
Perforce will be demonstrating the steps embedded software developers can take to get closer to this year’s show themes of ‘embedded, responsible, sustainable’ on stand 4-510 in Nuremberg from March 14th to 16th.
Safe and secure software development for embedded systems
The architect, MIT professor, and author Nicholas Negroponte once stated: “Like air and drinking water, being digital will be noticed only by its absence, not its presence.”
Automotive software development survey reveals software has become central to automotive development
Survey of nearly 600 automotive development professionals finds fulfilling every ISO 26262 requirement to be the top safety concern; security and quality were also top of mind.
ISO/SAE 21434 is formally released – what automotive designers need to know
After being in review for several years, ISO/SAE 21434 was finally released at the end of August 2021, carrying with it significant implications for automotive software design. Jill Britton, Director of Compliance, Perforce Software discusses.
Creating a BoM can help hardware and software teams work better
Michael Munsey, semiconductor and system design specialist at Perforce Software, asks why system level design is still so hard for hardware and software teams and discusses how a Bill of Materials (BoM) can help.
Automotive software development focuses on electrification
Perforce Software has released the results of a global survey of automotive technology professionals today. Key findings suggest ongoing concerns with software safety, security, and quality; the growing effects of electric and autonomous/connected vehicles on development, and the continuing focus on standards compliance.
Designing secure electronic software
In all kinds of software, the development stage is where the majority of future vulnerabilities originate, and can ultimately lead to performance issues, or be the ingress point for malicious attacks. The consequences of not dealing with these vulnerabilities can be substantial, especially in safety-critical products involving embedded software. Steve Howard of Perforce Software explains.
Ensuring software quality in ADAS
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have an important role to play in ensuring the safety of modern vehicles - to help remove the human errors that cause the majority of road accidents (94% according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration). Jill Britton, Perforce Software, explains.
Software for automotive design - the questions and answers
Chuck Gehman, Perforce Software, explains the integral role that software will have in the cars of tomorrow. Automotive software is being developed at an unprecedented scale. Future vehicles will have more than a billion lines of code. With an estimated 50% of a future vehicle’s value being derived from its software capabilities, development of that software plays a more crucial role than ever before.
Understanding and overcoming IoT software development challenges
The rapid growth of the IoT market has put huge pressure on software development process. Not only do connected devices need to be brought to market fast, be cost effective and work efficiently, they often also require regular software updates, and in many cases, to comply with safety and security standards. By Chuck Gehman, Perforce Software.
Device development without sacrificing compliance
Balancing innovation and compliance is a challenge in any heavily regulated market with a large dependency on embedded software. Gerhard Kruger, Perforce Software, discusses further.
Support for embedded systems designers at every stage
It has been announced that the portfolio from Perforce will be showcased at embedded world. The range reportedly now supports embedded systems designers at every stage of the software lifecycle, with the aim to help teams work more securely and faster, shorten testing processes, discover vulnerabilities early and create consistently high-quality code that meets compliance standards.
Is it time to take a fresh look at the IoT?
By its very nature, the Internet of Things (IoT) introduces greater dependency on good software - more so than ever before. The IoT also brings increased software development challenges, thanks to the wide variety of different components (such as sensors), control systems and other digital sources to connect, and where these ‘assets’ comprise far more than just code. Perforce Software explain.
Helix ALM chosen for Medtech development and test management
Perforce Software has announced that IMT Information Management Technology AG (IMT) has chosen Helix ALM to support the development lifecycle and testing of products it develops for its customers, many of whom are primarily in the medical-device industry.
Collaboration platform supports engineers & enterprises
Designed for enterprises building modern software products, IoT devices and digital media, the Helix SCM and content collaboration platform has been introduced by Perforce Software. The platform provides enterprises with distributed workflows, Git management, advanced threat detection and new deployment options.
Life in the fast lane
The need for automotive component designers to embrace a new way of working and thinking. By Mark Warren, Perforce Software.
Building better embedded systems with Perforce
Perforce understands that collaborating to build electronic products or embedded systems is a complex and precise undertaking. It requires teamwork, as well as the right tooling, if you are to achieve a regular release cycle that both meets user requirements, and is on schedule. At Embedded World 2014, Perforce will exhibit from Hall 5 Booth 180.
Seven steps to SCM selection
Version management, or Software Configuration Management (SCM) systems have become an integral part of the embedded software development process, as they help keep (distributed) teams and vast amounts of information on track in the face of tight deadlines. By Mark Warren, European Marketing Director at Perforce Software.