itemis will exhibit at this year's embedded world in Hall 4, Stand 559. Flexible and customizable methods and tools for software and systems engineering will be presented:
A solution for security analysis based on universal security standards and best practice approaches, such as ISO 27000, ISO 15288, BSI Grundschutz, and Common Criteria, enables a comprehensive, tool-supported risk analysis of technical systems in the automotive and IoT development process.
The YAKINDU Model Viewer is a lightweight solution for viewing and visualizing MatLab Simulink and Stateflow models. Even very large models can be analyzed quickly and efficiently, with signal flows highlighted and tracked. The YAKINDU Model Viewer does not require a Matlab license.
YAKINDU statechart is a tool for specifying and developing reactive, event-driven systems using state machines. It allows the creation and maintenance, simulation and flexible code generation of state machines.
YAKINDU Traceability helps manage, maintain, navigate and analyze relationships between artifacts in the development process, enabling complete traceability of requirements. Process and safety standards such as Automotive SPICE and ISO 26262 can thus be safely implemented. With a large number of tool integrations, the tool fits into almost any existing work environment.
YAKINDU Traceability will also be presented by Boris Holzer in the conference article "How to implement requirements traceability" as part of the ETAS Class "From Idea to Production ECU Code to One Day" on February 27, presented at 16:30.