safetty_systems_logo_200From our base in the UK Midlands, we provide support for organisations across the world that need to create software for real-time embedded systems that are safe, reliable and secure.

Our highly-experienced team employs an industry-proven engineering process that integrates ‘Time-Triggered‘ (TT) software architectures with patented run-time monitoring techniques.

We deliver our solutions in packages that are based on ReliabiliTTy® technology licences, combined (where required) with training, consultancy and staff-certification services

These packages allow our customers to achieve compliance with international safety standards including IEC 61508 (industrial control),
ISO 26262 (automotive), IEC 62304 (medical), DO-178 (aircraft) and IEC 60730 (household goods).

Would a TT design offer benefits for your organisation? Please visit our Solutions page to find out.



‘ERES2’ has finally been published … and has now sold out!

We are pleased to announce that ‘ERES2‘ has now been published:

    Pont, M.J. (2016) “The Engineering of Reliable Embedded Systems: Developing software for ‘SIL 0’ to ‘SIL 3’ designs using Time-Triggered architectures”, (Second Edition) SafeTTy Systems. ISBN: 978-0-9930355-3-1.


All pre-orders for this book have now been dispatched (the final shipments left our office on 30 November).

Due to a late surge in demand for pre-orders, we are temporarily out of stock of ERES2 …

… however a second print run is in progress and we will have new stock available on 16 December.

Further information can be found on the ERES2 page.



Join us at Safety-critical Systems Symposium 2017 (SSS’17) in Bristol (UK)

Safety is increasingly important with autonomous, distributed, highly inter-connected systems all around us, taking over many functions previously done by humans. The world of driverless vehicles, remotely controlled home systems and delivery by drone is happening now.

The Safety-Critical Systems Club has operated in support the safety community since 1991. Each year, in early February, the Club’s annual symposium has been held.

Please join us at the ‘Silver Jubilee’ SSS event from Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 February, 2017 in Bristol UK.

At this event, Dr Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will give a presentation entitled: “Going ‘Back to the Future’: Developing safety-critical embedded systems using modern Time-Triggered software architectures“.

Further information about SSS 2017 can be found here.



Join us at ‘DDC 2017’ (Cambridge, UK)

With its focus on real-time embedded systems, the Device Developers’ Conference (DDC) is an excellent forum for exploring new development techniques, meeting industry experts and networking with colleagues from across the EU (and further afield).

A team from SafeTTy Systems will give a presentation and run a half-day public workshop at the “DDC 2017” conference.

Both presentation and workshop will have the following theme: “Developing real-time embedded systems in compliance with IEC 61508 and related international safety standards“.

The presention will provide an introduction; the workshop will provide more time to explore this important topic.

DDC 2017 will run in Cambridge (UK) from 26-27 April 2017.

Further information will be available shortly.



IEC 61508, ISO 26262, ISO 13849 … Need to train your team in 2017?

We deliver our popular TTb course to companies around the world.

This highly-practical 3-day course has a focus on the use of ‘Time-Triggered’ (TT) architectures to support the development of software for embedded systems in any sector where reliability is an important design consideration.

Completing TTb is of particular benefit to organisations that need to develop systems in compliance with international safety standards, such as IEC 61508, ISO 26262, DO-178C, IEC 62304, ISO 13849, IEC 60335 and IEC 60730.

Full information about TTb is provided in the course brochure.

We are currently accepting bookings for the period from February 2017 onwards.

Please contact us for further information.


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