From 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.
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.
Time to book your autumn course?
We are currently delivering our popular TTb course once a month 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 this course for the period from September 2016 onwards.
Please contact us for further information or to book your course.
Join us at ‘Functional Safety 2016’ (London, UK, 8-9 November)
The UK’s Institute of Measurement and Control is organising “Functional Safety 2016” in London (UK), from 8-9 November.
Functional Safety 2016 is a two-day international conference covering all aspects of functional safety. It aims to engage practitioners from a wide variety of industrial sectors who have responsibilities in any functional safety lifecycle phase to provide a unique network forum for exchange of views and experiences.
During this event Dr Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems) will give a presentation entitled: “Developing embedded systems in compliance with IEC 61508 and related standards using low-cost microcontrollers and time-triggered software architectures”.
Further information about Functional Safety 2016 can be found here.