ANSYS SCADE Suite empowers users with a Model-Based Development Environment for critical embedded software. With native integration of the formally-defined SCADE language, SCADE Suite is the integrated design environment for critical applications spanning requirements management, model-based design, simulation, verification, qualifiable/certified code generation, and interoperability with other development tools and platforms.

SCADE Suite drastically reduces project costs by simplifying critical control application design and automating verification, qualifiable/certified code generation, and documentation generation. SCADE Suite KCG Code Generator is qualifiable as a development tool under DO-178B level A or as DO-330 TQL-1 tool under DO-178C, qualified under ISO 26262:2011  at ASIL D and C, and certified under IEC 61508 2010 at T3/SIL 3  and EN 50128:2011 at T3/SIL 3/4.

SCADE Suite KCG Certification Kitsprovide all material required by the respective standard guidelines for the certification authorities. SCADE Suite enables you to design the control logic associated with graphical HMIs designed in SCADE Display, and for integration with SCADE LifeCycle. It provides project monitoring, requirements management and traceability, and automatic documentation generation.

Software Prototyping and Design

  • Advanced Model-Based Design
  • SCADE API for Eclipse

SCADE Suite Timing and Stack Optimizer

  • Timing and Stack Size Optimization with Timing and Stack Optimizer

Simulation-Based Testing: Analysis and Reporting

  • Creating Graphical and Tabular Reports
  • Export to Other Environments

SCADE Suite Design Verifier

SCADE Suite Timing and Stack Verifiers

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Crane Aerospace & Electronics

Crane Aerospace & Electronics

Crane evaluated a number of model-based development environments before choosing SCADE Suite. The company selected SCADE because it is a purpose-built software development tool qualified to meet the standards of DO-178B up to Level A, the highest level of safety for the aerospace industry. View Case Study


Because of the need to continually juggle costs and design requirements, the automotive industry employs AUTOSAR (a development partnership of electronics, semiconductor and software organizations that provides standards to manage growing electronics complexity in this industry) standards and a methodology called model-based development or design (MBD). MBD requires design engineers to use a common design environment that supports model integration and virtual real-time testing of the entire system.

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