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Coverity prevent SQS deployed by Aerosystems International.

Coverity, Inc. recently announced that Aerosystems International has chosen Coverity Prevent SQS to automatically discover software defects in complex battle-critical Java applications as the software is being built.

Aerosystems International (AeI), is a company in the analysis, design, development and delivery of software-intensive systems for the defense industry. AeI embedded software can be found on well-known defense systems such as the C-130 J, Apache, Black Hawk, in-flight refueling tanker aircraft, ships, and submarines.

"With the mission critical systems that we target, it is essential that our software be of the highest quality and security, "said Aerosystems International. Over the last 20 years, Aerosystems International has established a prominent reputation in the global aerospace and defense communities for creating innovative products and services. With bases in the US and UK, AeI is now working on some of the most advanced projects in the world. AeI is the first UK company to be accredited to CMMI Level 5 for systems and software engineering.

Coverity Prevent SQS checks one hundred percent of the paths in C, C++ and Java software projects. Coverity's unique technology also analyzes software dependencies, key third-party libraries, and projects spread across multiple development groups. Coverity's low false positive rates, ability to find critical, must-fix errors, and defect resolution tools make developers' lives easier and improves their ability to find and fix defects. www.coverity.com
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Title Annotation:Security News and Products
Publication:Database and Network Journal
Date:Jun 1, 2007
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