NordiaSoft offers products and services to customers that need to create state of the art software defined platforms for use in military and in industries like aerospace, telecommunications and robotics. The NordiaSoft SCARI SoftwareSuite is the company’s flagship product–a complete IDE designed for embedded systems developers. The Suite is intended to simplify several architectural system designs, optimize development costs and overall system performance. The SCARI Suite implements the Software Communications Architecture (SCA)—an open specification originally developed by the U.S. Department of Defense for secure radio systems and now endorsed and evolved by the international communities and industries. “The SCA is a very well integrated Component-Based Development architecture and is also applicable to any embedded system found in aerospace, transport, radar, instrumentation, electronic warfare, and more,” explains Bélisle.
The SCARI Suite provides an abstraction layer between the hardware platform and the software applications enabling significant simplification of software development and permitting high level of software reuse, essential for updates, upgrades and system scalability.
We constantly invest in Research and Development and this reflects in innovative features of all our products
NordiaSoft has worked closely with the U.S. Department of Defense and the Wireless Innovation Forum to evolve the SCA into a standard that is currently mandated by a number of military forces around the world. NordiaSoft’s IDE has been thoroughly tested with proven benefits in military deployments.“NordiaSoft products have been used by many organizations and military forces and it is successfully deployed in thousands of radios,” says Bélisle. The company devotes significant R&D effort aimed at helping industry involved with embedded systems minimize the cost, time and quality of their development cycles. “We constantly invest in Research and Development and this reflects in innovative features in all our products,” points out Bélisle.“We are planning to expand our offices to the Asian region and our R&D team is also addressing other domains like Electronic Warfare, RADAR, Sustainable Infrastructures and Geospatial Networks,” concludes Bélisle