QRA will be presenting at the 2015 Atlantic Venture Forum June 11th. President and CEO, Jordan Kyriakidis will tell QRA’s unique story, describe some amazing recent achievements, and present a new sneak peak demonstration of QRA’s Critical Check Verification Tool. During our demonstration we’ll show how QRA can help engineers avoid late-stage testing catastrophes, while reducing time and cost in early stages of development. Below are some of the topics we’re going to talk about, so make sure you subscribe to our email newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming news and events!
How QRA is Solving a Significant Roadblock for Innovation
Self-Driving cars, fully automatic transit systems, self-sustaining home automation, smart factories and self guided aircraft are some of the products that seemed like dreams yesterday, but are being built today by cutting-edge companies around the world. The software systems behind these cyber-physical and safety critical system designs are becoming increasingly complex, creating greater potential for bugs that are difficult to find. These bugs infiltrate later stages of the design process increasing the costs and time associated with fixing them, or causing potentially catastrophic failure during late-stage testing.
QRA’s Critical Check Verification Suite harnesses proprietary algorithms developed from years of research to successfully solve these issues. QRA’s software analyzes the design of a complex system against their intended requirements to find faults that must be fixed before engineers can proceed to later stages of development. While formal verification has been commercially attempted before, current software offerings have failed to generate the level of user friendliness and thoroughness that QRA’s exhaustive algorithms have allowed.
Born in the Maritimes to Fast-Track Global Journeys (and Beyond)
At the Atlantic Venture Forum, we will discuss QRA’s beginnings in Atlantic Canada, and the promising future with global customers we’re already solving problems for, such as Lockheed Martin. Since the beginning QRA has applied its technology to solve complex problems, work with cutting-edge companies, and be incredibly functional/intuitive for users. As a result, we’ll explain how QRA quickly grew to 13 people purely with customer revenue, and is now expanding further with equity investment.
We’ll be posting the full presentation, along with a new demonstration of QRA’s Critical Check Tools verifying an aircraft avionics system that makes the difference between wheels or metal touching down on the tarmac.