September 30, 2013

Some of the most creative and innovative companies in the world operate in Silicon Valley, working to make the products and technology that will advance the world into the future. Even there, though, companies face the difficult and rigorous process of embedded software testing necessary to ensure high performance.

Australian-born entrepreneur Jeremy Howard is now working in Silicon Valley on a new sort of aerospace software in order to change the way the industry operates, according to The Australian. His company, he notes, is on the cutting-edge, doing things that have never been done before.

"[It] is by far the most complex data competition ever," he says. "Literally we have a complete simulation of US air space running on our servers."

Yet there is a vast amount of aerospace testing that he must do before his software can be adopted, he noted to the source. These standards are in place even for those eager to innovate for important reasons - to ensure, in all conditions, optimal performance and safety. Men and women such as Howard do great things with the software and the testing is just as vital to make sure it operates properly.

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