One of the key requirements in the software verification process of DO-178C and ED-12C is achieving structural code coverage in conjunction with the testing of the highlevel and low-level software requirements.
The VectorCAST family of tools supports the creation and management of test cases to prove that the low-level software requirements have been tested while additionally, capturing and reporting of structural code coverage data at all levels prescribed by DO-178C and ED-12C.
Join us for the webinar to learn about VectorCAST capabilities & how it can be used to comply with software verification objectives of DO-178 and DO-178C standards, “Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification.”.
> Understanding of what is Low level requirement.
> Detailed study of Low level requirements as per DO-178C and it's different sections.
> Review and analysis of low level requirements at Software Level and guidelines prescribed in DO-178C
> Understanding how VectorCAST/C++ could be used to test Low level requirements.
> Learning how to add variety of testcases for unit-integration test environment. Examples as below:
- Requirement based testcases
- Boundary value analysis testcases
- Partition/equivalence classes testcases
- Basis-Path testcases and MC/DC testcases
> How to generate reports and metrics to meet your quality goals and fulfill regulatory requirements
> Live Demonstration
> Live Q&A
> Embedded Software Engineers
> Software Developers