Find and Solve Problems Before Runtime with Model-Based Engineering
The SAE Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) standard
- gives you the power to specify and generate a single model that can be analyzed for multiple qualities.
- provides an industry-standard, textual and graphic notation with precise semantics to model applications and execution platforms
- is supported by commercial and open source tool solutions—including Open Source AADL Tool Environment (OSATE)
Read more about AADL and Model-based Engineering
The AADL Book is Out
A book titled "Model-Based Engineering with AADL: An Introduction to the SAE Architecture Analysis and Design Language" by P. Feiler and D. Gluch was just published. It is the first guide to using this new international standard to optimize your development processes and covers AADL V2.1.
See Addison-Wesley SEI Series for details.
Check out the SAVI Demos
The SAVI Demonstrations can be viewed online showing off virtual integration and end-to-end analysis of a multi-tier aircraft model in AADL.
Put AADL to work on your projects quickly!
Register here for training at the Software Engineering Institute. This course may also be offered by special arrangement at customer sites.
Check out the Public AADL Wiki
The public AADL Wiki has the most recent information on the AADL standard, AADL projects in the community, and over 300 publications by users of AADL, all the presentations from the quarterly AADL User Day sessions at the AADL standards meetings. It also includes information on OSATE 1.5 for AADL V1 and OSATE2 for AADL V2.1, as well as AADL tools provided by the community.
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