Press Straight to the point.

Press Releases

Ensuring the long-term maintainability and readability of software models.
Berlin-based software company Model Engineering Solutions GmbH (MES) is introducing a new training class to its training program in 2019: Taming the Beast – How to Manage Large Software Models. Via practical exercises and theoretical explanations, participants will learn how to handle large software models, an area that is particularly important when developing safety-relevant software in line with ISO 26262, the automotive industry standard.

TÜV SÜD has certified the MES Model Examiner® (MXAM) for use in software development in compliance with ISO 26262, IEC 61508, and ISO 25119.
The tool for verifying model guidelines, the MES Model Examiner® (MXAM) by Model Engineering Solutions (MES), has been certified by TÜV SÜD for use in the development of safety-relevant software. MES’s many years of commitment to developing the tool in compliance with the highest standards has paid off for the development team and for MES customers, and the certification will strengthen trust in MXAM. Via an automated process, MXAM checks, repairs, and documents compliance with modeling guidelines in model-based software development of embedded systems.

The five-day MES Summer School was held from July 16 to 20, 2018, in Troy, MI. More courses in the U.S. to come.
Software company Model Engineering Solutions Inc. (MES, Inc.) continues to build and expand its training program in the U.S., having recently wrapped up a five-day intensive training class in Detroit on model-based development. Based on the successful MES Summer School on Introduction to Model-based Software Development that has been held in Berlin, Germany, for the last two years, this training class offered participants a compact entry into model-based software development and quality assurance. Developing and safeguarding safety-critical software in compliance with safety standards such as ISO 26262, ISO 250xx, and ASPICE was key a focal point. Participants had the opportunity to attain the SAE Certificate of Competency by passing an evaluation exercise. A suite of further training classes in the U.S. focusing on model-based development and ISO 26262 will also take place in the latter half of 2018.