All embedded applications today consist of three key components: application code written by the developer, standard library code, and a real-time operating system. Therefore, safety compliance with automotive standards such as ISO 26262 is so important to the industry.
eSOL real-time operating system platform eMCOS is extensively tested for robustness and compliance. Given the complex systems of multicore processors for automotive and other safety-critical applications, OS conformance testing is an important part of the development effort.
That's why eSOL chose Solid Sands' SuperTest test and validation suite for C and C++ compilers and libraries.
The eMCOS development team uses SuperTest on every release to ensure that all operating system APIs work as expected.