Systerel gave Centrale Méditerranée students an overview of critical systems engineering.

They were able to address the different facets of this exciting field as well as the working methods associated with it.

Particular attention was paid to the Ada language, widely used in critical software development, to illustrate the rigor needed to create secure applications.

This opportunity allowed Sylvain Natoli, a former Centrale Méditerranée student, to pass on his expertise and highlight the richness of the professions within Systerel!

We thank Ali Khalighi and the entire Centrale Méditerranée team for their warm welcome.