Mistral and Esterel Technologies Announce Partnership to Expand SCADE Deployment in India
Mistral Solutions Pvt. Ltd., a leading provider of complete technology solutions and professional services in the Indian embedded software community, and Esterel Technologies, the leading worldwide provider of model-based development solutions for mission and safety-critical systems, have announced a partnership to expand deployment of SCADE Suite® and SCADE Display® to critical embedded control application developers and critical embedded display application developers, respectively.Mist
* SCADE Suite®, a formal model-based development environment for critical embedded applications provides formal state machine and data flow semantics for design entry as well as model-based verification. SCADE Suite has been qualified under DO-178B Level A and certified under EN 50128 to SIL 3/4 for Rail Applications and SIL 3 under IEC 61508 for Industrial Applications.
* SCADE Display®, an embedded graphics development environment dedicated to safety-critical display systems, intrinsically supports OpenGL-SC, the safety-critical variant of Open GL. SCADE Display KCG™ has been qualified under DO-178B, up to Level A for the Military and Aerospace industries.
“Mistral is happy to be partnering with Esterel Technologies in addressing the needs of developers in the critical embedded software applications space. The alliance adds to our embedded product suite, and gives our customers a wider array of cutting-edge technology solutions that adhere to tough quality standards”, said Mujahid Alam, Vice President – Sales.
“Mistral’s core values, products, and experience align very well with Esterel Technologies and the SCADE family product offering. In addition, Mistral’s firm understanding of the Indian critical embedded software industry, the needs of its clients, and strong technical pedigree will be instrumental in the deploying SCADE successfully throughout the market”, said Eric Bantegnie, President and CEO of Esterel Technologies.
22nd February 2024
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