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Perforce software development at Embedded World 2024

12th February 2024
Harry Fowle

Perforce will be at Embedded World 2024 where they will demonstrate making software development more secure and sustainable.

DevOps specialist Perforce will be demonstrating the steps the diverse embedded community can take to get closer to developing embedded, responsible, sustainable systems on stand 4-510 in Nuremberg from 9th – 11th April 2024. 

Perforce will also be demonstrating how its solutions support the latest MISRA C++ coding standard — MISRA C++:2023, published in November 2023 — which integrates the AUTOSAR C++14 guidelines and supports more recent versions of C++. As founding members of the MISRA working groups, Perforce experts have leveraged 25 years of experience to provide the best coverage for the new guidelines.

With the rapid growth of electric and autonomous vehicle segments and the increasingly central role of embedded software in the automotive industry, Perforce will also be presenting highlights from its annual State of Automotive Software Development Report. The report discussions will include year-over-year survey results comparisons, the importance of standards and compliance, and notable emerging trends for automotive development.  

Products featured on the stand will include the static analysis range (Klocwork and Helix QAC), Helix Core for version control, Hansoft project management, Helix ALM (application lifecycle management) and Methodics IPLM (IP lifecycle management for semiconductor chip design). 

Conference presentations:

  • Static Sentiment Analysis: Intelligently Finding Hotspots in Intent – by Alex Celeste, Principal Software Engineer at Perforce Software, on April 10 from 1.45-3.30pm local time
  • 2024 State of Automotive Software Development – by Jill Britton, Director of Compliance at Perforce Software and Steve Howard, Product Evangelist, Static Analysis at Perforce Software on April 11 from 9:30-10am local time

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