- Processors & Edge Intelligence - System on a Chip
Rising development and maintenance costs comprise the key business challenge of testing and verification for NASA IV&V. Because of their complexity and stringent safety requirements, most NASA projects take many years to come to fruition.
About The Customer
NASA is the agency of the United States Federal Government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research, with more than 17,000 employees.
Wind River Simics, simulating a BAE RAD750 processor, enables target software to run on the virtual platform the same way it does on physical hardware. Along with Simics' capabilities of scripting, debugging, inspection and fault injection, it enables users to define, develop and integrate their systems without the constraints of physical target hardware.
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