Building cars for the next generation is no doubt exciting, but it also brings with it unprecedented challenges. For automotive manufacturers the only way to meet them is to rethink how they approach security, quality, performance, cost, and supply chain complexities. Development organizations have to create the right development platforms as well as establish new processes and means of real-time collaboration around the globe to meet the opportunities on the road ahead. The basis of a good program are sophisticated requirements and scrupulous software tests. In this webinar we will focus on the requirements for commercial and non-commercial tools and their suitability for functional safety projects.

Agenda:

  • Software testing with Google test
  • ISO 26262 - Testing Requirements for safety-critical embedded systems
  • How to make Google Test support safety-critical embedded systems
  • Practical demonstration of a unique, integrated software solution for functional safety
  • Q & A Session

Speakers:

Michal Jablonski, Field Application Engineer at Vector Software, the leading provider of dynamic automated test tools for embedded software applications. Prior to that, Michal was working as software and system engineer for Intel. He has more than 10 years of professional experience in software development, system design and software testing.

Daniel Morris, is a member of the Polarion Software team and manages the customer training modules for all of Polarion Software products. Daniel has helped over hundreds of customers implement Polarion Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools that have improved their organizational processes. Daniel holds a degree in computer science from the University of Applied Science in Aachen, Germany.

https://softwaretesting.vectorcast.com/acton/formfd/10305/0018:d-009c