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Industries today are generating thousands, if not millions, of new lines of code in their complex and real-time systems via model-based designs.

Additionally, both new and legacy systems require enhancements to capture and react to the plethora of data being created by both people and devices, every second.

In order to gain a competitive advantage, companies need advanced tooling to support and scale their embedded and IoT applications with strategic uses of these model-based designs.

Companies that adopt new technologies and are able to react to this data to enhance the customer experience, gain a significant edge on their competitors.

Imagine a refrigerator telling you that you’re out of milk.

Or, a device that tells your doctor exactly where and when your heart has an irregular heartbeat.

How about a coffee maker that brews you a fresh cup even when you’re sleeping in?

So, how are developers creating these applications that need to be integrated with both real-time embedded systems, while multi-tasking with external devices?

Embedded systems developers are looking for a developer tool to deliver secure, high-quality production code with quick, agile methodologies allowing them to react to new business requirements while minimizing maintenance cost of long-lived applications running on many different device preferences of their users.

Also, companies strive to implement strict, continuous delivery processes to ensure code integrity and a stable, highly available production deployment of these real-time applications.

Introducing HCL Real-Time Software Tooling (RTist), an Eclipse-based modeling and development environment for creating complex, event-driven, real-time applications.

Rtist provides software engineers with feature-rich tooling for design, analysis, build and deployment of embedded, real-time systems and IoT applications.

Supporting the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and its real-time profile (UML-RT), RTist allows developers to design their applications at a higher abstraction level than code.

With RTist, you can:

  • Build executables in every way
  • Help support large and small scale agile teams
  • Easily install, customize and publish
  • Mix graphics and code in designing of applications
  • Detect failure using high-level debugging

Try HCL RTist today and develop stateful, event-driven and real-time applications.

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Further Reading
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Secure DevOps | September 2, 2022
RTist 11.2 2022.34
HCL RTist is a rule-based code translator for C/C++. The main feature of RTist is to produce readable, maintainable, and portable code.
What’s new in HCL RTist 11.1 2021.46
Secure DevOps | November 29, 2021
What’s new in HCL RTist 11.1 2021.46
HCL release of HCL RTist: 11.1 2021.46. As usual, there are several new features and a few bug fixes. Read more to know some highlights.
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Secure DevOps | November 9, 2021
Writing a generic type descriptor with HCL RTist
Type descriptor provides Metadata about a user-defined type in the model, such as a class, typedef, or type alias. Read to know more.
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