Oct 24 '19
in Circuit Cellar
As software is getting more and more tightly involved in almost every device, so are demands for safety and security. The automotive domain with assisted or autonomous driving is a good example (Figure 1). The increased cost may look prohibitive at first, but fortunately, there are other ways to improve the situation: starting by improving the programming language itself.
Jun 26 '19
Code Dx, Inc., provider of an application security management solution, today announced its partnership with AdaCore. Through this partnership, Code Dx Enterprise now supports AdaCore’s CodePeer advanced static analysis tool, an automatic Ada code reviewer and validator.
May 26 '19
PTC has released of version 10.1 of its popular PTC® ObjectAda for Windows and PTC ObjectAda64 for Windows Ada compiler products. This new release expands the support for Ada 2012 language features to include the complete set of Ada 2012 container packages and support for the associated Ada 2012 language constructs required by those packages. Support for dynamic contracts (preconditions and postconditions for subprograms), aspect specifications, new flexible forms of expressions has also been enhanced in this new release. ObjectAda for Windows and ObjectAda64 for Windows support development of native Windows 32-bit or 64-bit applications using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 / 2019 development tools and libraries from the Windows 10 Software Development Kit (SDK).
Apr 23 '19
AdaCore, a trusted provider of software development and verification tools for the Ada programming language, is raising its membership level in The Open Group’s Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Consortium from Associate to Principal.
Mar 12 '19
The GNAT Pro Ada Development Environment is available the latest version of the Wind River® VxWorks® real-time operating system (RTOS) for the ARM 64-bit processor. Other platforms will be available in the coming months.
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.