Reactive Systems to Exhibit at J-MAAB Open Conference
Falls Church, VA (October 20, 2005) -- Reactive Systems, Inc. (RSI) will exhibit its Reactis testing and validation tool at the J-MAAB (the Japan MATLAB Automotive Advisory Board) Open Conference just outside Tokyo, Japan on October 27.
The event is organized by RSI partner Cybernet Systems and will be held in the New Otani Makuhari hotel, in Makuhari city just outside Tokyo. Approximately 550 control engineers from automotive, aerospace and other companies are expected to attend.
About Reactis. RSI's Reactis tool provides automated test-generation and model-validation capabilities for Simulink/Stateflow models of control software. The tool can be used to test for conformance between a model and implementation code, and it can also be employed to validate model behavior. Reactis has over 25 customers in the automotive and aerospace industries.
About Reactive Systems. Reactive Systems, founded in 1999, is a privately held company based in the Washington DC suburb of Falls Church, VA. For more information about RSI visit www.reactive-systems.com or call +1-703-534-6458.
About Cybernet Systems. Cybernet is a distributor for both
Reactive Systems and The MathWorks in Japan. The company provides
advanced systems, software and services in the field of scientific
computing and engineering.
|Reactive Systems, Inc.|
|120-B East Broad St|
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Reactis is a trademark of Reactive Systems, Inc. Simulink and Stateflow are registered trademarks of The MathWorks, Inc.