How Agile Are You?
Make Agile development practices possible—for real—by having an always-up, 24/7 lab accessible anywhere.
A Better Way to Build Embedded Software
Simics simulates systems—from the smallest to the most complex—so you can adopt new development techniques that are simply not possible with physical hardware. By moving from physical hardware to a virtual lab, embedded software teams can revolutionize crucial aspects of their processes.
Remove the Obstacles in Embedded Development
Get started with Wind River Helix Lab Cloud, a 24/7, on-demand development environment with instant access to virtual hardware.
Simics Brings Agile Practices to Embedded Software
With Wind River Simics, organizations can reap the business benefits of progressive development methods to create and deliver better sotftware, faster.
Staging for the real world
Simulate at scale: Accelerate software deliveries and increase quality by staging new functionality on a virtual replica of your entire system in parallel to your deployed system.
At Wind River, Simics Beats the Real Thing!
Saving More Than $3 Million in Hardware Costs While Dramatically Improving Both Quality and Speed of Its Testing Processes.
Agile, Continuous Practices and DevOps
Experts from VDC, Electric Cloud, and Wind River discuss ways embedded software teams can pioneer new development methodologies.
Accelerate Software Development with Continuous Integration
Learn how to adopt Continuous Integration practices to meet the growing demands for faster delivery of software features.
Certification in an Agile Environment
Wind River and LDRA experts discuss how system simulation and software verification tools help development teams meet industry-specific certification requirements.
THE PERFECT PROJECT
How to Create Competitive Advantage with Radically Improved Software Development Processes
How software gets developed and delivered are no longer questions just for the engineering department. They are executive staff questions that have a profound influence on business strategy and your organization's competitive advantage.
But improving software delivery is a complicated challenge. This study highlights actual use cases from Wind River clients who have dramatically improved how they create software—from design to deployment.
Did You Know?
Projects using Agile practices succeed three times more often than projects using other methods.*
*Source: The Standish Group
Seven Development Tasks Simics Makes Better
By offering a virtual alternative to physical hardware, Simics greatly increases engineering efficiency, lowers development costs, and makes new Agile approaches possible.
From experimenting and testing to configuration and communication—learn the seven key ways Wind River customers are using Simics to improve a host of tasks within their embedded software development processes.
Dream It. Simulate It. Validate It.
TEST & RUN
No need to stand in line
Hunt for bugs at any time
Develop on the actual system from the start
Empower all collaborators
Endless configurations with ease
One team. One view. One truth.
Watch brief tutorials that walk you through what Simics is and how it can help your embedded software team improve its development processes.
DETAILED DEMO VIDEOS
See Simics in action with these detailed walk-throughs of key capabilities offered by the Simics virtual hardware simulation environment.
Wind River Simics for Software Development
Learn how Wind River Simics improves engineering efficiency and reduces cost across the lifecycle of a product.
System Architecture Exploration Using Wind River Simics
Learn how to define, develop, and deploy products faster by using simulation.
Agile, Continuous Practices and DevOps: How Far Can You Go in Embedded Software Development?
Learn how to overcome some of the unique challenges faced by embedded developers when adopting modern development practices, and the rewards for doing so.
Wind River and LDRA: Accelerating Software Verification and Certification in an Agile Environment
Learn how to adopt and use Agile practices while maintaining the rigor required for verification and certification.