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Parasoft Innovation Workshop

TOP Tagungunszentren AG, Munich, GermanyMap
Register until:Mon, 06/11/2018, 10:00 AM GMT+2Available seats:45


Safety-critical standards, including DO-178 B/C, ISO 26262, and IEC 61508, require that manufacturers prove that the tools they are using to develop their software provide correct and predictable results. The process of providing such evidence, known as Tool Qualification, although necessary, is often a time-consuming and cumbersome process that takes the team’s focus away from the delivery of capabilities to their end users, ultimately affecting the scope of what is delivered and/or time to market.
To learn more about how to make tool qualification more efficient and less painful we invite you to our workshop.
Date: Tuesday 19th June 2018
Time: 9.30- 16.30 
TOP Tagungunszentren AG
Arnulfstrasse 83
80634 München

Martin Heininger
Experienced Owner and managing Director of Heicon, with a demonstrated history of working in the aviation and aerospace industry. 

Principal Software Engineer, is responsible for developing embedded applications of Parasoft’s embedded testing product. 

INTERESTED in attending? Please send me an email (chantal.wauters@parasoft.com) to confirm your attendance by 12th June. 


9.30 am - WELCOME by Stefan Harms

9:45 am - 12.00 pm by Miroslaw Zielinski
  • Popular safety standards in the industry
  • Requirements imposed on the software development
a. Requirements based testing
b. Static analysis
c. Unit testing
d. Code coverage
  • Parasoft support for developing in regulated industries
  • Using tools in regulated environments


13.00 - 15.00 pm by Martin Heininger
  • Definition of the Term "Tool Qualification"
  • Overview on when do you need a Tool Qualification
  • Criteria to choose the correct Tool Qualification measure in the different industries (Aerospsace DO178C, Automotive ISO26262, Railway EN50128, Industry IEC61508)
  • Tool examples: Compiler, Unittesttool and Static Codeanalyser
  • Experienced based guidelines, when to use which measure, with respect to each industry

15.15 - 16.30 by Miroslaw Zielinski
  • Parasoft support for tool qualification 
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Safety Compliance
ISO 26262
IEC 61508
Tool Qualification
Software Testing
Unit Testing
Static code analysis
EN 50128
Code Review
requirements based testing
code coverage