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;
- Our popular ‘ERES2‘ book and associated ‘Time-Triggered Reference Designs‘ (TTRDs);
- Extensive software design suites and a related development board to enable rapid TT product development;
- Various training courses on TT software architecture with a formal staff certification programme;
- Comprehensive design support at all project stages through our flexible consultancy service.
We are a small UK company with a worldwide customer base.
COVID-19 Update 3
We will be easing our lockdown restrictions from 1 June 2020. However, we will not be travelling outside the UK (and will be minimising direct customer contacts within the UK) until at least the end of June.
Wherever your company is based in the world, we are happy to discuss your project requirements via ‘Zoom’ or a similar interface (an approach that we have found to be effective in recent months).
We will be able to supply ‘ERES2’ books and ‘DuplicaTTor’ boards from 1 June.
At present, we cannot offer on-site training services (sorry).
Please stay safe.
[26 May 2020]
BSI PAS 1880: Guidelines for developing and assessing control systems for automated vehicles
Dr Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) served as Technical Author on PAS 1880: ‘Guidelines for developing and assessing control systems for automated vehicles’.
Michael comments: “I am very pleased to have been asked to contribute to this important project. The work that I have done builds on a series of AESIN workshops that SafeTTy Systems helped to organise in 2017-2018 and to which many UK and international automotive companies contributed.”
This PAS can now be downloaded (free of charge) from the BSI website.
A Q&A session about this PAS is also available on the BSI website.
[28 April 2020]