Lanika announces Reactis® V2018.2 by Reactive Systems
12/22/2018

The new version adds support for MATLAB® R2018b, and offers cumulative coverage tracking of referenced subsystems and models.

Online PR News – 22-December-2018 – Bangalore, INDIA, – Lanika Solutions and Reactive Systems are pleased to announce the release of Reactis V2018.2. The new version adds support for MATLAB® R2018b, supports Simulink® signals of greater than two dimensions, and offers cumulative coverage tracking of referenced subsystems and models.

Cumulative Coverage Tracking of Referenced Subsystems and Models

It is typical to implement functionality used multiple times within a model in a Simulink library or referenced model. Previously, if a model referenced a library subsystem or model multiple times, each instance had its own set of coverage targets. V2018.2 introduces a new cumulative coverage tracking feature that lets you specify that all instances of a referenced item should be tracked together.

For details see the Reactis V2018.2 release notes https://reactive-systems.com/mlists.msp?lid=1&itm=48

About Lanika Solutions

Lanika is Advanced Technical Computing Software provider for Engineers and Scientists in Industry, Government and Education. The Company partners with reputed principals viz., Reactive Systems, Breault Research Organization (BRO), FEI-VSG, IAV EasyDoE, MultiMechanics, ExpertControl and Sigma Technology, developing industry-leading technologies that help a wide base of clients throughout the Indian sub-continent solve the toughest engineering problems. The company offers the best technologies for modeling simulation, testing and validation, optical design analysis, 3d visualization and analysis, engine calibration, composite structural analysis, design optimization, feedback control systems, and more.

For more information, visit www.lanikasolutions.com

About Reactive Systems

Reactive Systems, founded in 1999, is a software testing and validation company with offices in Cary, NC and Nagoya, Japan. The Company develops the Reactis family of tools that support the test and debug of embedded software applications developed using Simulink®, Stateflow®, and C code.

For more information, please visit www.reactive-systems.com