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.
Our highly-experienced team employs an industry-proven engineering process that integrates ‘Time-Triggered‘ (TT) software architectures with patented run-time monitoring techniques.
We have created some short examples to illustrate the types of projects that we have supported:
- Controller for an autonomous road vehicle (ISO 26262, ‘ASIL D’)
- ‘Steering-Column Lock Controller’ for a high-volume passenger car (ISO 26262, ‘ASIL D’)
- Dealing with ‘SOUP’ in a medical infusion pump (IEC 62304, ‘Class C’)
- Industrial monitoring system (IEC 61508, ‘SIL 2’)
- Controller for an Industrial Robot (IEC 61508, ‘SIL 3’)
- Determining that a machinery-operator is ‘in place’ (ISO 13849, ‘PL e’)
- Controller for a domestic washing machine (IEC 60730 / IEC 60335, ‘Class B’)
- Using TT Wrappers in civilian aircraft systems (DO-178C / DO-254)
- Developing high-reliability space-based systems (ECSS-E-ST-40C, ECSS-Q-ST-80C)
- These are simply examples of the type of project that we can support.
- If your organisation is having difficulty creating safe and reliable embedded systems – in any sector – then we may be able to help.
Please contact us to arrange an initial 30-minute phone discussion (free of charge and without commitment).
- We take on up to 10 new projects every year and deliver our services on a worldwide basis.
Can we help you?
This 25-minute video explains how a SafeTTy Solutions Package can be used to support the rapid and cost-effective development of safety-related embedded systems in a wide range of market sectors. A copy of the presentation slides can also be downloaded (PDF file).
The video provides an overview of contents of a typical SafeTTy Solutions Package (SSP). It goes on to explain the central role that a customised TT software framework plays in such a package. Potential hardware targets that can be employed with an SSP are considered. The flexible training and consultancy support elements of the package are then described. Two package examples are then considered (with representative costings).
Introduction to TT software architectures
This 58-minute video provides an introduction to the use of TT software architectures. It explains why you might wish to consider use of such an architecture in your next safety-related embedded system.
The video includes an introduction to techniques for modelling TT systems. Mechanisms for monitoring such systems at run-time are also considered. The distinction between a ‘TT system’ and a ‘TT wrapper’ is explained. A comparison between the use of a TT software architecture and a conventional real-time operating system (RTOS) is provided.
- SafeTTy Certified: We’ve made our first ‘Level 3’ award in Botswana – congratulations to Boikhutso Mosepele
- SafeTTy Certified: The latest awards have been made in Mumbai, where Ameya Anand Phadke was ‘top of the class’ (in a very strong group)
- News: We are currently accepting bookings for ‘Taster Days’ for just £500 + VAT
- News: An expanded version of our flagship ‘TTb’ course is now available for ReliabiliTTy® licensees
- News: We now offer a new online training option for individuals and small teams (Level 2 on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme)
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