Atego Trace debuts during Avionics Europe

MUNICH, 20 Feb. 2013. Atego is launching a new tool at Avionics Europe 2013 in Munich. Atego Trace automates the evolving traceability, tracking, error-detection, and production of ready-to-use traceability matrices between all development lifecycle artifact elements.

Avionics Europe attendees are among the first to gain a look at Atego’s latest offering. Atego Trace’s Web browser interface and flexible, customizable parsing technology are designed to deliver efficient tracing capabilities for new and existing projects.

Visit Atego in stand C17 during Avionics Europe.

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