Provide Smarter Defenses
Building safety-critical, mission-critical systems
If you’re developing safety-critical software for aerospace or defense applications, having complete confidence in your software applications is essential. Beyond the needs to meet stringent requirements, aerospace and defense projects have a unique challenge in that software is deployed for a very long time, and upgrade timeframes can see significant change throughout a system's life.
Coding standards such as MISRA C and MISRA C++, CWE , CERT C, and CERT C++ have been developed specifically to improve code quality, safety, and security. They are increasingly leveraged by software organizations in aerospace and defense industries. Manually enforcing these standards is infeasible, so automated tools are required to ensure compliance.
GrammaTech CodeSonar's Aerospace & Defense solution supports your team's SAST needs by supporting the latest A&D standards, quickly scanning both source and binary code to unlock hidden defects quickly and reduce your business risks.
Empower your teams to deliver the best, out-of-this-world devices – on budget, on time.
Join other organizations who rely on GrammaTech for assuring safety in aerospace and defense applications:
CodeSonar helps you comply with automotive coding standards:
- DO 178B/C
- DISA STIG
- Mitre's CWE
- Build Security In (BSI)
- U.S. CERT
Customer Success Story
To boost the reliability of their software, NASA uses advanced static analysis from GrammaTech.
"For over 18 years, NASA's Independent Verification and Validation Program has utilized static code analysis tools to find defects that pose a risk to the success of NASA's most critical missions - assuring software operates safely, reliably, and securely."
– NASA IV&V
Software Quality and Security Challenges
Growing from the Rapid Rise of Third-Party Code
Embedded engineering organizations are under increasing pressure to innovate faster while still controlling costs.
In this whitepaper, VDC Research reports on how accelerating the pace of development requires greater use of outside code resources, such as third-party code, which show promise but can inject additional risk of quality and security issues.