QRA Corp has initiated work to provide Lockheed Martin engineers with an advanced early-stage systems verification solution for the proactive development of increasingly complex cyber-physical designs.
This work brings together QRA Corp’s verification technology with Lockheed Martin’s large-scale system integration and design capabilities – enabling QRA to push QVTrace’s rigorous analysis capabilities well beyond the level of efficiency and effectiveness of any tool before it.
“All large-scale system integrations will eventually proactively use technology similar to QVTrace,” said Jordan Kyriakidis, QRA Corp CEO and president. “Although QVTrace is already an incredibly powerful tool for engineers, this work will help ensure it remains on the bleeding edge of innovation by taxing it with some of the most complex and demanding systems in the world. It’s an exciting time.”
To achieve this goal, QRA will evolve and deliver its flagship system verification tool, QVTrace. QVTrace enables engineers to target and detect errors within complex systems throughout the development cycle. By proactively ensuring critical system designs always satisfy their requirements, QVTrace will help Lockheed Martin engineers avoid costly reworks and potential catastrophic deployment failures by eliminating errors at the early stages of design – increasing systems confidence, reducing costs, and accelerating time to market.
QRA’s mission is to accelerate the design process and reduce costs across industries building the most complex, mission and safety critical systems – by building solutions that analyze system designs and requirements at all critical stages of development, so engineers can build better requirements, detect design errors, and build confidently. QVTrace and QVScribe are QRA’s flagship solutions that provide customers with highly sophisticated analysis, and insight backed by decades of research. For more information, visit qracorp.com.
About Lockheed Martin
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that – with the addition of Sikorsky – employs approximately 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 15, 2015