France’s Thales will continue to use AdaCore’s open-source technology to develop systems for Airbus’ A350 program. Thales, which has licensed AdaCore products for more than three years, will use the GNAT Pro technology and an Ada programming language to develop the air data inertial reference unit for the A350. This system provides precise in-flight positioning data. “When it comes to safety-critical systems, the Ada language has an impressive pedigree and track record,” said Thales ...
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