I hope they don't build airplanes and medical equipment this way.
No, that software is usually far more shoddy.
I can't mention specific software names for airplanes, but in some laser eye surgery equipment, you'll find ancient, un-patched versions of Windows 95 that crash often or give pop-ups that the operators automatically click away because they're so used to seeing the warning that they know doesn't mean anything (but what if there's another warning?). Other medical equipment may even be networked, and will likely run old, unpatched versions of their operating systems, because the medical software requires exactly
that version and patchlevel of the OS to run properly and/or not to invalidate the service agreement.
And ... well, you really don't want to know.
But anyway, the problems we see with modern photographic equipment, are peanuts.