Since the foundation of Berner & Mattner we have focussed on model-based development and process improvement for the aeronautics industry. The services include UML and SysML from the requirements to the systematic verification and validation of systems.
Our experts have long-term experience in the fields of Systems Engineering, Software and Hardware applications as well as processes and methods. With this experience, we use customized tools, our own products or products available in the market to improve the processes at the customer or to develop them. The goal of our partnership is the successful development of complete solutions with a high customer value. Customers can take as granted detailled knowledge for international (ISO15288, DO178B, ARP 4754, IEEE 1220, ISO 12207 etc.) and company-specific standards (e.g. ABD100).
Specialized methods and tool competences for
Leading companies like Airbus, Diehl Aerospace, Alenia Aeronautica and many more profit from our future-oriented solutions.
Process development and integration
Model-based system development
Safety- and Mission-Critical Software Development with SCADE:
Berner & Mattner and ESTEREL Technologies set up partnership
Berner & Mattner and ESTEREL Technologies extend their cooperation in the area of safety- and mission-critical embedded software. Both companies ideally complement each other in their focused service portfolio and the customers benefit from innovative complete solutions. These range from the initial set-up of the SCADE tool chain including method and tool training to hands-on development support through to the realization of complete safety-critical functions and demonstrators.
The integration of innovative technologies into existing systems is a highly complex and challenging task for development engineers. All system interfaces and subsystems have to be considered and if necessary adjusted in order to successfully implement all requirements and find the ideal solution. Also all technical departments affected by this need to be involved. A suitable method is ...