Klocwork and QNX have announced that Klocwork has joined the ecosystem for the QNX Automotive Safety Program for ISO 26262. The Ecosystem now enhanced with ISO 26262-compliant Desktop Static Code Analysis toolset
Klocwork Insight offering advanced code analysis, including deep data flow and structural analysis is said to work right at their desktop as they write their code. With support for MISRA C and C++ coding standards, Insight recently received both ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 certifications.
Klocwork Insight is plugged directly into the QNX Momentics Tool Suite to help developers can run analysis directly in the suite's IDE, allowing them to find and fix security and safety vulnerabilities on the fly, and helping to ensure that the code meets functional safety standards.
“Application security and functional safety requirements in the automotive world continue to grow as the degree of automation in vehicles increases. More intelligent vehicles mean more software in those vehicles. The number of suppliers to the auto manufacturers will continue to grow as the demand for more consumer convenience grows. By joining forces with the QNX automotive safety ecosystem, Klocwork continues to lead the way in providing customers with the software tools and the standards support they need to produce compelling new applications with the confidence that they are protected and dependable,” said Gwyn Fisher, Klocwork Chief Technology Officer.
"Klocwork Insight brings immense value to the QNX Automotive Safety Program for ISO 26262. It provides real-time feedback during code development, immediately alerting developers to code that may conflict with the MISRA coding standards required by ISO 26262," said Grant Courville, Director of Product Management, QNX Software Systems. "Better yet, Klocwork Insight plugs into our QNX Momentics Tool Suite to provide a seamless and productive development experience."