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BTC Embedded Systems AG is a provider of software tools founded in 1999. With around 150 employees BTC Embedded Systems AG is present in Oldenburg, Berlin, Tokyo, Detroit, Paris, Timisoara, Shanghai and Nagoya.
We provide intelligent, automated and ISO 26262 certified test solutions with a focus on Simulink, TargetLink, Embedded Coder and handwritten production code. Within a highly integrated platform concept, standard use cases like Requirements-based Testing or Back-to-Back Testing are combined with innovative and powerful technologies like model checking, automatic test generation or formal methods.
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News & Events
SIA ISO 26262 Conference in Paris
BTC Embedded Systems joins the SIA ISO 26262 Conference in Paris/France on December 10th 2020
Webinar: What You Should Know About Floating Point and Fixed Point
In this free Webinar we will clarify some common misunderstandings about the advantages and disadvantages of Fixed-Point Code and Floating-Point Code for embedded software.
dSPACE User Conference 2020 - India
BTC Embedded Systems will join the dSPACE User Conference 2020 and give a talk about automatic test generation.
Webinar: Test Driven Development with IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody and TestConductor Add On
In this presentation we show how the behavior of individual components can be developed with a test driven development approach in IBM Rhapsody.
28th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference
BTC Embedded Systems will join the RE'20 in Zurich/Switzerland from August 31st to September 4th and give a talk on computer-aided requirements analysis.