ARTiSAN Real-time Studio is a multi-user suite of development tools developed around the UML standard. Using Real-time Studio, design teams can capture software and system designs, automate these captured designs and integrate them into a complete process, in a way that compliments existing development processes.
Real-time Studio coordinates team efforts to quickly define, design, and document efficient real-time systems that meet requirements and which are highly maintainable. Consisting of UML modeling tools with numerous real-time extensions, Real-time Studio enables your team to quickly agree on system functional requirements and system and software architectures — before implementation — resulting in far less re-work and debugging, improved schedule predictability, and reusable real-time software components for future projects.
Using Real-time Studio enables your team to correct design problems before the system is built, uses your design to automatically maintain the code, and provides far better project control.
Enhanced System Validation Functionality
Already an acknowledged leader in providing modeling support for systems engineering and software engineering, ARTiSAN has powerful system validation functionality, so that engineers can:
Flexible Software Design
According to ARTiSAN's market survey, 27% of engineers surveyed stated that adopting modeling required too much process intrusion or change. This is especially true for the code generation process provided by other object modeling UML tools. Recognizing this, ARTiSAN has added significant flexibility in how engineers use Real-time Studio (RtS) for software engineering and code generation. For example, RtS offers three options to design and implement a class in C++:
ARTiSAN's Real-time Studio's powerful code synchronizers enable software engineers to generate and reverse engineer C, C++, and Java, keeping source code consistent with the design model. SPARK and Ada are also supported through the ARTiSAN Ada Synchronizer.
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