3/8/2004 - Reactive Systems, Inc. (RSI) will exhibit its award-winning Reactis tool at the Society for Automotive Engineering (SAE) 2004 World Congress, company officials announced.
The SAE World Congress is the largest event worldwide for automotive engineering. Over 38,000 attendees are expected, according to the organizations web-site, and over 1,000 companies will participate in the trade show.
Reactive Systems will be giving demonstrations of Reactis in the booth (#2217) of The MathWorks, Inc., the market leader in design tools for embedded software. RSI is one of 11 partner companies invited by The MathWorks to be part of its booth.
"We are excited about exhibiting at the SAE World Congress," said Rance Cleaveland, CEO of Reactive Systems. "The event offers us a great opportunity to connect with customers. We are also grateful to The MathWorks for enabling us to participate."
The SAE World Congress will take place March 8-11, 2004 at the Cobo Convention Center in Detroit, Michigan.
About Reactive Systems, Inc.
RSI builds testing and validation tools for engineers who develop the embedded software found in automobiles, aircraft, medical devices, cellular telephone, and a host of other consumer and military applications. The company has sold its flagship Reactis(r) product to eight automotive companies and their suppliers and has trials underway at a two dozen other organizations. The company is based in the Washington, DC, suburb of Falls Church, VA.
Reactis is a trademark of Reactive Systems, Inc. Simulink and Stateflow are registered trademarks of The MathWorks, Inc.
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