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 …
- our popular DuplicaTTor® Design Suite – enabling rapid product development (up to ‘SIL 3’ and equivalent);
- our new CorrelaTTor® Design Suite – enabling rapid product development (up to ‘SIL 2’ and equivalent) – available from Q4 2019;
- comprehensive design support at all project stages through our flexible consultancy service;
- ReliabiliTTy® Technology Licences, where our customers develop their own software designs using our technology;
- SafeTTy Solutions™ packages, where we work with our customer’s development team to deliver the product software;
- various training courses on TT software architectures with a formal staff certification programme;
- our ‘ERES2‘ book and associated ‘Time-Triggered Reference Designs‘ (TTRDs).
We are a UK company with a worldwide customer base.
Our popular ‘ERES2’ book is available as a paperback for just £45
Did you know that ‘The Engineering of Reliable Embedded Systems’ (ERES2) is available in a low-cost paperback format?
This popular book documents an industry-proven approach to the development of software for reliable, real-time embedded systems, based on the use of ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) architectures.
The case studies in ERES2 describe the development of software for the following products: [i] an industrial alarm sounder unit (IEC 61508, SIL 2); [ii] a domestic washing machine (IEC 60730, Class B); [iii] a hospital radiotherapy machine (IEC 60601-1; IEC 62304, Class C); [iv] a steering-column lock for a passenger car (ISO 26262, ASIL D); and [v] an aircraft jet engine (DO-178C, Level A).
You’ll find further information on the ERES2 page.
Our ‘ERES2’ book is accompanied by a growing suite of public ‘Time-Triggered Reference Designs’ (TTRDs).
Used in conjunction with the book, these code examples are designed to illustrate ways in which TT software architectures can be used to support the development of a wide range of embedded systems for which safety is a key design consideration.
The latest suite of public TTRDs can be downloaded from our TTRD page.