Time to market and innovation are an imperative.
Safety is non-negotiable.
SimuQuest's industry-first model-based design tool, UniPhi, enables teams to find and fix integration errors as they are introduced by developers. Teams that use UniPhi are able to drastically shorten the development cycle timeline and reduce the probability of defects.
Ensure agility and team alignment that scales with growing complexity, automate painful manual tasks, and confidently deliver high-quality software, in a fraction of the time.
A Paradigm Shift in Embedded Software Development.
SimuQuest’s UniPhi tool has exceeded our requirements and expectations in terms of data management, ease of use, and model architecture visualization.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
The great thing about UniPhi is you just do your job, and the tool takes care of the rest of it. To suddenly have things going the way they should be, identify a problem, implement a solution, and observe the results in a 24 to 48 hour timeframe – it’s really impressive.
MAHINDRA NORTH AMERICA
The SimuQuest tools enabled us to complete an entire program with 1 developer in 18 months. Conservatively speaking, without these tools this would easily have taken 5 man-years of effort.
Tools continue to improve, but don't move the needle.
Why are errors still so common?
Software continues to grow in complexity and increasingly controls our devices and systems. There is an ever-growing pressure from customers and industry for innovation and shorter timelines, yet not enough support to mitigate the associated increased risk of errors. Ultimately, these errors can greatly impact business costs due to product failure, and more importantly, they can impact the safety of those who use the products.
Current methods to maintain development consistency tend to introduce errors up-front, as they rely on tedious manual tasks to execute on an agreed upon design and validate the implementation. Without automation that guarantees all developers are building software according to the same assumptions and design requirements, integration errors will continue to plague development, and there is a huge risk of unknown defects making their way to production.
To address the growing complexity of embedded software, a paradigm shift is needed.
Deliver More To Your Markets
Whatever markets you serve—aerospace, automotive, renewable energy, medical, consumer products—if you are seeking to adopt or improve a model-based process, or you’d simply like to discuss your current embedded challenges, contact us today to learn how we can provide assistance.