Open-DO Forge launched

Over the summer the Open-DO team has been busy working on putting in place the Open-DO Forge (collaborative platform) that will host all the current projects being developed. There are currently 3, with more planned:

  • Gene-Auto – a DO-178-qualifiable model compiler for synchronous modeling languages such as Simulink, StateFlow and Scicos.
  • IP217 Information Model for reqs/design whose purpose is to develop and present a fully explained, detailed, exampled and documented version of the IP217 information model for requirements and design and verification.
  • Couverture – a coverage analysis toolset for safety-critical software projects undergoing a DO-178B software audit process for all levels of criticality.
  • Please visit these projects, join, and start contributing to them if they are of interest to you!

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