Feb 19 '19
The annual major product releases from AdaCore for GNAT Pro and other products have taken place. This brings support for new platforms, performance improvements, and functionality enhancements.
Feb 6 '19
NVidia is working with AdaCore to make improve the correctness of firmware.
Feb 5 '19
AdaCore is working with NVIDIA to implement Ada and SPARK programming languages for select security-critical firmware used for applications that demand stringent safety and security capabilities, like automated and autonomous driving.
Jan 30 '19
AdaCore has joined the RISC-V Foundation, a non-profit organization chartered to standardize and promote the free and open RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) together with its hardware and software ecosystem. GNAT Pro Ada targeted to bare metal RISC-V 32- and 64-bit architectures, as well as the GNAT Community edition for bare metal RISC-V 32-bit configurations, are now available.
Jan 9 '19
The aerospace company AVIO has selected the GNAT Pro Assurance Ada Development Environment, including the GNATemulator host-based target emulation tool, to implement the on-board software for AVIO’s Vega-C launch vehicle. Sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA), this safety-critical hard real-time embedded system is the flight software that handles guidance, navigation and control for the Vega-C.
Oct 24 '18
in Electronic Design
A paper from VDC Research makes a compelling case that the Total Cost of Ownership of software developed in Ada is less than competing technologies, and that Ada projects are more likely to be on schedule.
Jun 5 '18
PTC has released version 10.0 of its PTC ObjectAda for Windows and PTC ObjectAda64 for Windows Ada compiler products. This new release introduces support for a substantial initial subset of Ada 2012 language features. It also supports development of
native Windows 32-bit or 64-bit applications using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 development tools and libraries.
May 30 '18
in Intelligent Aerospace
This article discussed the continuing adoption of Ada in aerospace and unmanned vehicle applications.
May 24 '18
The PTC ApexAda v5.2 development system for Linux host-based development targeting Intel x86_64 processors running the ApexAda Exec bare-board runtime is now shipping. Included with the 64-bit embedded compiler is the PTC® ApexAda v5.2 64-bit compiler for Linux native application development. Also included is the integrated ApexAda 64-bit C/C++ compiler which facilitates seamless development of mixed-language applications written in Ada, C, and C++. ApexAda V5.2 Embedded compilers provide a complete cross-development toolchain hosted from Linux distributions including RedHat Enterprise Edition, CentOS, and SUSE.