Atego have been used in critical transportation systems such as high speed rail and urban subway systems. The rapid increase of software size and complexity in automotive systems have driven a growing demand for tools and environments supporting high levels of programmer productivity coupled with high reliability results. Whether projects are looking for powerful and productive Java technologies or trusted and proven Ada technologies, Atego provides solutions that give Atego customers a powerful competitive edge, with lower costs and faster time to market, while also supporting the highest levels of safe operation.
Built on a true, shared, object-based repository, Artisan Studio facilitates communication and collaborative development among distributed teams and environments making it popular among leading international automotive and transportation companies where multiple contractors and suppliers are working on the same project.
Artisan Studio is being used to design complex, safety critical systems and is applied by systems engineers to define systems architectures and by software engineers for the design and generation of code – as well as to specify and automatically generate test scenarios for black box testing. In rail & transportation markets, Atego’s customers include: Alstom Transport, London’s Dockland Light Rail, GE Transportation, Knorr Bremse, and New York Air Brake and Westinghouse Rail Systems.
Projects in the automotive industry often involve large development teams comprising several contractor and supplier organizations. Artisan Studio’s multi-user repository combined with its powerful model management capabilities enables teams to work together and coordinate parallel development activities. To ensure Artisan Studio can support emerging standards for automotive electronics development, Atego has actively contributed as a member of the Automotive Open Systems Architecture development partnership (AUTOSAR). AUTOSAR is a partnership of key players in the automotive, electronics and software industries with the objective of establishing an open standard for the automotive Electric/Electronics architecture to serve as a basic infrastructure for the management of functions within applications embedded in vehicles.
Atego’s customers include Audi, Blaupunkt, Bosch, Daimler Chrysler, Delphi, Denso, International Truck, Renault, Continental, Volkswagen, Yazaki, and ZF demonstrating how the automotive industry is a significant market for Atego. Atego’s popularity in the automotive industry is due to the focus of its tools on systems and software development as the unique use of a shared repository to foster unprecedented communication between suppliers and OEMs.
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