At SafeTTy Systems, we help our customers to develop software for reliable space-based systems, automotive systems (including autonomous vehicles), industrial control systems, medical systems, railway systems, sports equipment …
The designs that we support are typically based on low-cost, off-the-shelf microcontrollers, provided by a range of different semiconductor manufacturers (our technology is not tied to any particular hardware platform).
Where required, we help our customers to achieve compliance with one or more international safety standards: ISO 26262, IEC 61508, ISO 13849, IEC 62304, IEC 60730 …
- SafeTTy Solutions™ packages, where we work with our customer’s development team to deliver the product software;
- SafeTTy Outsource™ packages, where we perform some or all of the software development activity for our customer;
- Various books and training courses on TT software architectures – and a related staff certification programme;
- Comprehensive design support at all project stages through our flexible consultancy service.
We are a UK company with a worldwide customer base.
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Towards ReliabiliTTy® 2.0 …
At SafeTTy Systems, we develop ReliabiliTTy® software frameworks that make it easier for our customers to provide clear evidence that their products will meet ‘safety goals’ and comply with both local regulatory requirements and international safety standards.
Since 2016, our development teams have supported customers in a wide range of sectors – from space-based systems to sports equipment – as they develop safety-related and safety-critical designs based on ReliabiliTTy technology.
From 1 July 2022, we will offer ReliabiliTTy 2.0 technology.
In our view, ReliabiliTTy 2.0 provides a unique set of capabilities for developers of safety-related and safety-critical embedded systems; put simply, we believe that it is ‘best in class’ (that is, best in any class).
Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems) comments: “We are witnessing a huge demand from our customers for solutions to the problem of achieving safe operation from highly-complex systems, not least from developers of systems that are autonomous or semi-autonomous in nature. Many of the systems that we are asked to contribute to now contain software elements – such as ‘artificial intelligence’ components – that are highly adaptive in nature. In my view, our ReliabiliTTy 2.0 technology will significantly reduce the effort required to address the safety goals for such complex systems.”
Further information will be available from 1 July 2022.
In Q3 and Q4 2022 (from 1 July to 31 December), we will be offering introductory prices for new ReliabiliTTy 2.0 licences as well as cost-effective upgrade options for organisations that already hold multi-product ReliabiliTTy (1.0) licences.
[26 May 2022]