PRQA works hand-in-hand with embedded software developers across a wide range of industries, helping them, thanks to language analysis and continuous code inspection, not just make code ‘compiler friendly’ but actually making software engineers more effective at writing code that is bug-free and functionally correct. Using tools such as QA·C, QA·C++ and QA·Verify your engineers become better equipped to create code that is maintainable, reliable, portable and extensible.
In addition to helping developers write new software, PRQA has been instrumental in helping them maintain and enhance old code that has proven itself in the field. Read our white paper on how we help software teams apply the full rigor of automated code analysis through QA·C or QA·C++ when working with legacy code.
SGS-TÜV Saar has certified QA·C and QA·C++ as “usable in the development of safety related software” for the key safety critical standards, IEC 61508, ISO 26262, EN 50128, IEC 60880 and IEC 62304, enabling our customers to achieve product certifications to these standards more easily and in less time.
We help accelerate MISRA and ISO 26262 compliance in the automotive industry.
Aerospace and Defense
We help ensure compliance with DO-178B: Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification.
Medical Device Industry
PRQA customers in the medical device industry are equipped with the right approach to meeting stringent legislative and regulatory requirements such as IEC 62304.
Banking and Finance
Over the past decade the banking and finance industry has experienced a number of high profile system failures, caused by internal software defects or malicious cyber attacks, which have impacted both retail and commercial customers.
Other Industries – Telco, Consumer, Commercial
We help customers to develop bespoke coding standards and tailor other industry standards for domain specific deployments and help ensure compliance with EN 50128 for Railway applications and IEC 60880 for Nuclear power plant.
“QA·C is now a “must” in many of these release processes, and in some cases extends to checking of every compile process.”