Safety-critical software is certainly in a cost crisis. New, large safety-critical projects are becoming too expensive to develop, to the point that they may not be profitable. New methods are needed to develop safety-critical software, and that effort must reduce the number of errors found late in the SDLC. Shifting the detection and fixing of defects and security vulnerabilities to as early in the lifecycle as possible reduces costs significantly.
This article explores why test automation plays a role in improving test efficiency and outcomes and is an important part of a new approach to safety critical software development.
Find how T&VS Test Automation Services enables organisations to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and coverage of their software testing.