LDRA Helps Deliver Safe and Secure Software to GM

September 4, 2018 Laura Dolan

Having worked with General Motors (GM) for over two years, LDRA is implementing new technologies used by the company for software component validation and verification. This will enable suppliers to develop high assurance software by industrializing the process of abiding by coding standards applicable to end user applications ranging from multimedia and infotainment to powertrain and body electronics.

The LDRA tool suite for Automotive helps suppliers overcome challenges in developing software that satisfies strict automotive standards. This is accomplished by automating the process of complying with industry and coding standards to ensure that progression from one stage to another is effortless.

LDRA enables GM suppliers to streamline their verification process, improve communication with GM itself, and reduce potentially thousands of hours of documentation by providing GM suppliers a tool suite that fully integrates the GM coding standards.

“Because Automotive OEMs recognize that safety and security are tightly coupled, they are applying pressure on software suppliers to adhere to strict development standards,” said Ian Hennell, Operations Director, LDRA. “The big-picture challenge for all suppliers is to do this in a cost-effective manner. Now, at least for GM and its suppliers, there is a solution. By automating the compliance process according to GM’s guidelines, we can ensure that suppliers have a cost-effective way to address GM’s safety and security requirements.”

For more information, register for the webinar: Leveraging LDRA to Help GM Suppliers Achieve Functional Safety and Security

Presented by LDRA and GM’s Software Validation Technical Integration Engineer John Theofanopoulos, this webinar will describe how GM is working with its suppliers to produce the industry’s highest quality software and, more specifically, how GM suppliers can leverage the LDRA tool suite to cost-effectively address the requirements of functional safety and security for GM. 

Date: September 6, 2018

Time: 11am – 12pm EDT

Register: Leveraging LDRA to Help GM Suppliers Achieve Functional Safety and Security

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