Testwell CTC++-Qualification-Kit for Standards DO-178C, EN-50128, IEC 61508, and ISO 26262
Verifysoft offers Qualification Kit for Testwell CTC++ which provides documentation, test cases, and procedures that let you qualify Testwell CTC++ Test Coverage Analyser for projects based on the safety standards ISO 26262, IEC 61508, EN-50128, and DO-178C.
The kit contains tool qualification plans, tool operational requirements, and other materials required for qualifying Testwell CTC++ for usage in safety critical projects. For every used feature of Testwell CTC++ the user is able to execute test cases in his environment that demonstrate the absence of errors.
The kit facilitates certification of embedded systems which use Testwell CTC++ for analysing Test Coverage. The user can modify the artifacts in the tool qualification kit for your specific project.
Dr. Oscar Slotosch (Validas AG, Munich) talks in this video about the Tool Qualification-Kit for Testwell CTC++. The Qualification Kit supports companies to certify their safety critical software according to the standards DO-178C, ISO 26262, IEC 61508, EN-50128, and IEC 60880. The kit contains more than 50,000 test cases and generates automatically documents required for certifications. Video in German with English subtitles.
The qualification kit for Testwell CTC++ consists of:
A qualification support tool that guides the user through the qualification and generates the following documents:
Tool Classification Report
Tool Qualification Plan/Report
Tool Safety Manual
The test automation unit
The test suite with test cases.
The user manual of the qualification kit
The Qualification-Kit for Testwell CTC++ is used successfully by important companies in automotive and aerospace sectors. Most of them rate the kit of "best in class".
Current CTC++ users and companies interested in using Testwell CTC++ for analysing test coverage in their projects can contact us for further information.
Why should Software Testing Tools be qualified and not certified?
Software tool manufacturers offer certificates and / or qualification kits for their tools, which are used in safety-critical projects such as ISO 26262.
While the Tool-Qualification-Kit can be used in all projects, "tool certifications" are always linked to a particular environment and are therefore generally not effective.