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📈UniPhi 5.5 Accelerates Embedded Software Development
Small teams, massive outcomes. Resource-limited teams continue to lean on UniPhi to collaboratively drive defects to zero and deliver complex software systems ahead of schedule.
🚀UniPhi 5.4 is Here
UniPhi 5.4 brings Hierarchy Snapshots, Automatic Creation of Simulink Implementation and Test Harness Models, Continuous Integration API Improvements, and more. Read on to understand new
💡 SimuQuest to Host the 2022 FISITA Knowledge Forum
Safety is Non-Negotiable. Achieving Defect-Free Embedded Software in a World of Exponentially Increasing Complexity. The FISITA Knowledge Forum is an online platform for the mobility
What’s New in UniPhi 5.3
UniPhi 5.3 enables reconfigurable system hierarchy visualizations, the generation of comprehensive traceability reports, and more. Read on to understand the specific new features that users
A New Collaboration with Toshiba: VenetDCP
SimuQuest is teaming up with Toshiba to offer the Distributed Co-Simulation Platform VenetDCP to the U.S automotive industry. Today, Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation (hereinafter TDSL)
On the Road…with UniPhi
Thoughts from the Field JOHN MILLS, CEO Going Beyond the Familiar for a Whole New Experience… in life and embedded software Recently, I had
UniPhi 5.2 Announcement
SimuQuest advances model-based design results with UniPhi 5.2 Safety and speed-to-market are being compromised due to inconsistency and error-prone processes in model-based software development. Our
Agility and Safety—Mutually Exclusive?
Thoughts from the Field JOHN MILLS, CEO The need for agility in development and the need for safety in embedded software appear to be mutually
The Struggle is Real
Simulink is a powerful tool for developing application logic for an embedded system. Developing software using Simulink has numerous well-documented advantages over hand coding. However,
Resolving the Inconsistency Gap
In the most current Embedded.com industry survey, software engineers said that the second most time-consuming effort, after time invested in design, is in testing and debugging.