Embedded Systems Development
Embedded systems are those that combine software and electronic hardware to deliver intelligence and control to larger systems. Traditionally, models were limited to documenting requirements. Today, model-driven development enhances this approach with model execution and translation.
Achieve Model-driven Objectives
Adopting a model-driven methodology allows systems architects, software engineers, and hardware designers to achieve the following objectives:
- Validate requirements earlier
- Design and verify at a higher abstraction
- Automate translation from design to production implementation
- Increase reuse by capturing Intellectual Property in a technology-independent format
- More flexible deployment (and redeployment) of engineering resources
All this while simultaneously improving productivity, system quality, and standards compliance.
xtUML.org provides the system design community with access to comprehensive UML editing capabilities, and a forum to advance the powerful approach of executable and translatable model-driven development. Visit xtUML.org
News and Press
BridgePoint from Mentor Graphics Provides Agilent GC Instrumentation Division an Efficient Methodology for Embedded Software Development
SAE 2013 WORLD CONGRESS EXPOSITION, DETROIT, Mich., April 17, 2013—Mentor Graphics Corporation and Agilent Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: A), the world’s premier measurement company,... View News Article
System Modeling and Integration Tutorials. These multimedia presentations provide information pertaining to model driven development methodologies. More
This series of brief (3-5 minutes) multimedia presentations explain various aspects of the BridgePoint tool and xtUML essentials in general. More