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ReliabiliTTy 2.0 is now available

At SafeTTy Systems, we develop ReliabiliTTy® software platforms that make it easier for our customers to provide clear evidence that their products will operate reliably, meet ‘safety goals’ and – where necessary – comply with both local regulatory requirements and international safety standards.

Since 2016, we have helped customers in a wide range of sectors – from space-based systems to sports equipment – to develop cost-effective products based on our first-generation of ReliabiliTTy technology. 

Building on this foundation, ReliabiliTTy 2.0 now provides significantly enhanced (self) monitoring capabilities.  For developers of high-reliability, safety-related and safety-critical embedded systems, we believe that the resulting platform is ‘best in class’ (that is, best in any class).

From 1 July to 31 December 2022, we are offering ReliabiliTTy 2.0 technology licences at ReliabiliTTy 1.0 prices.

Over the same period, we are offering an opportunity for organisations that have previously purchased ‘RTL 1.0’ Multi-Product Licence to upgrade to an ‘RTL 2.0’ Multi-Product Licence for a one-off fee of £50,000*. 

In both cases, the packages include a comprehensive code framework that is designed to illustrate the exceptional level of diagnostic coverage that is provided by ReliabiliTTy 2.0 technology. 

Please contact us for further details.

* Fees quoted are in UK Pounds and may be subject to VAT depending on your location. 

[1 July 2022]


Embedded World 2022 (Nuremberg, Germany, 21-23 June)

Are you attending Embedded World 2022?

Would you like to talk to a member of the SafeTTy team?

Please contact us to arrange a meeting. 

[10 June 2022]


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]


ReliabiliTTy® technology to be employed by Cre8 Associates Limited

Founded in 2004 in the UK, Cre8 Associates Limited specialises in the development of products for use in environments where they must withstand high level of electromagnetic interference (EMI). Work by Cre8 Associates covers automotive, military, marine, aerospace and commercial sectors and includes new product design and manufacture as well as a suite of integration, test and support activities.

Cre8 Associates Limited have today announced that they will use ReliabiliTTy® technology in future products.

Ian Marriott, Managing Director at Cre8 Associates comments: “At Cre8, the systems we develop typically have to operate in very harsh EMI environments. Until recently, we have focused on hardware-only solutions: in some of our next designs, we need to provide greater flexibility for our customers by incorporating one or more microcontrollers and matching software. We are not prepared to compromise our very high levels of product reliability as we make this design change. Our new lead software developer has worked with Michael’s teams on previous projects and is familiar with the benefits provided by the use of software platforms from SafeTTy Systems – our decision to use ReliabiliTTy technology in our future products was easily made.

Michael J. Pont, CEO at SafeTTy Systems comments: “Software platforms from SafeTTy Systems incorporate comprehensive monitoring and are well suited for use in what are often considered to be very challenging environments for computer-based systems. We look forward to working with Ian and his colleagues as they start to apply ReliabiliTTy technology in their next-generation designs.

[6 May 2022] 


ReliabiliTTy® technology to be employed by Kalyani Powertrain Limited

Based at Pune, India, Kalyani Powertrain Limited (KPTL) has a focus on supporting moves to vehicle electrification in India and internationally. KPTL provides power electronics products & electrification solutions for electric 2 wheelers, electric 3 wheelers, and electric commercial vehicles. KPTL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bharat Forge Ltd.

Kalyani Powertrain Limited have today announced that they will begin using ReliabiliTTy technology in their Vehicle Control Unit model BEVC-K21 product.

Sanjeev Kulkarni, CEO at KPTL comments: “At KPTL, our goal is to support our customers in India and beyond by designing and manufacturing high-quality products that are safe, reliable and cost effective. We believe that working with SafeTTy Systems will help us to achieve this goal.”

Michael J. Pont, CEO at SafeTTy Systems comments: “Technology from SafeTTy Systems is increasingly being used to support moves towards a lower-carbon world. We have been extremely impressed by the work that we have seen by the team at KPTL in this sector and we very much look forward to working with them as they start to apply TT software architectures in their products.”

[29 April 2022] 


SafeTTy Systems to support Teesside University and the Net Zero Innovation Centre

Teesside University is a public university with its main campus in Middlesbrough in the Tees Valley in North East England. It has over 21,000 students studying in the UK.

Teesside University has today announced that it will employ ReliabiliTTy® Technology in several university courses and research projects involving aspects of embedded systems and control, including industry-based projects that take place at the Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre.

The Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre (NZIIC) is an innovative new £13.1m facility and key component of Tees Valley Combined Authority’s regional innovation strategy, which will position Teesside firmly at the heart of the UK’s green industrial revolution. Supporting the ongoing drive for clean energy and sustainability, the NZIIC is the latest development at the expanding Net Zero Innovation Hub, spearheaded by Teesside University and based on the Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP) in Middlesbrough.

The Net Zero Innovation Hub brings together expert insight, resources and partnerships to grow net zero capabilities and opportunities, placing the region at the forefront of the clean energy agenda and helping to create hundreds more clean energy jobs. The NZIIC will be industry-led and industry-focused in its approach, working with business partners and key organisations and will focus on developing new approaches to tackle the impact of waste and pollution on the environment, utilising expertise around industrial decarbonisation, sustainability and the circular economy.

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Professor Michael Short (Teesside University) comments: “We are grateful to be supported by SafeTTy Systems in our teaching, applied research and innovation activities in this way. The ReliabiliTTy® technology is applicable to the development of a wide-variety of critical control and monitoring systems and will help us develop prototype platforms for power systems, battery management, and industrial energy-efficiency applications. We look forward to working with SafeTTy Systems and Dr Pont, and to explore future opportunities for collaboration.”

Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems) comments: “The safe operation of embedded systems in products such as electric vehicles and wind turbines is becoming of crucial importance in what is sometimes called the Green Economy. In my view, it is crucial that the next generation of students is familiar with the advanced technology that will be required in such complex systems. We are very much looking forward to working with Prof. Short, his students and – in due course – the companies that join the innovative NZIIC.”

[28 April 2022] 


ReliabiliTTy® technology to be employed by CAETRON

Based in Brisbane, Australia, CAETRON has a focus on electronic solutions for next generation robotics and autonomous systems used in high reliability and environmentally demanding applications, such as unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) and rovers.

CAETRON have today announced that they will begin evaluating the use of ReliabiliTTy technology in their products.

Jerrold Luck (Partner at CAETRON) comments: “Our core goal at CAETRON is to develop extremely reliable products that enable trusted autonomy and automation. Working with SafeTTy Systems has allowed us to utilise proven software architectures for robotics and autonomous systems applications. This has played a major part in allowing us to rapidly develop products that are cost effective and flexible to our customers’ needs.”

Matthew McTaggart (Partner at CAETRON) comments: “Our partnership with SafeTTy Systems allows CAETRON to develop products that drastically reduce development risk when high reliability and functional safety compliance is required. This helps us lower the barrier to entry for our customers, allowing them to minimise time to market and minimise costs and risk for compliance.”

Michael J. Pont, CEO at SafeTTy Systems comments: “We began working with the team behind CAETRON in 2020 and have been very impressed by the work that they do.  We look forward to working with Jerry, Matt and their colleagues as they start to apply TT software architectures in their new product ranges.”

[7 April 2022] 


Launch of ‘Swift Act TT’

SafeTTy Systems Ltd (based in the UK) appointed Swift Act LLC (based in Egypt) as a Software Development and Training Partner in December, 2020.  Since this appointment, the team at Swift Act has grown quickly: this has allowed SafeTTy Systems to take on a number of new Time-Triggered (TT) projects.

In order to better support a further expansion of the team in Cairo over the coming years, SafeTTy Systems and Swift Act have today agreed to launch a new business unit known as ‘Swift Act TT’ in Cairo.

The team at Swift Act TT will work exclusively with SafeTTy Systems on the development of TT projects; most of these projects will be in compliance with international standards such as IEC 61508 and ISO 26262.  The staff working in Swift Act TT will receive full training in the use of TT software architectures and will be qualified to at least ‘Level 2’ on the SafeTTy Certified programme within 6 months of their appointment. 

Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) comments: “The formation of Swift Act TT is the logical next step in the partnership between SafeTTy Systems and Swift Act.  Developing this dedicated business unit will allow SafeTTy Systems to better meet the growing international demand for rapid development of safe, secure, reliable and cost-effective TT embedded systems in a range of different market sectors.”

Amr Ali Abdel-Naby (Founder and SW Director, Swift Act) comments: “I am very pleased to be able to announce the launch of Swift Act TT.  We look forward to working with SafeTTy Systems on a wide range of advanced TT projects over the coming years.”

[10 February 2022]


ReliabiliTTy® 2.0

We began applying our ReliabiliTTy technology in customer projects in 2016.

At the heart of this technology there are two software platforms: CorrelaTTor® (for designs based on a a single processor) and DuplicaTTor® (for designs based on a pair of processors with cross checks between them). Both platforms are documented in our ‘ERES2‘ book.

Since 2016, our development teams have supported customers in a wide range of sectors – from space-based systems to sports equipment – as they develop reliable and, where required, safety-related or safety-critical designs based on this technology.

During this time we have refined both the CorrelaTTor and DuplicaTTor platforms, and ported them to a number of different single- and multi-core processors, but the core technology has remained the same.  This situation is about to change …

In Q2 2022, we will make the first public release of ReliabiliTTy 2.0.

  • ReliabiliTTy 2.0 will add a new software platform to our technology base;
  • ReliabiliTTy 2.0 will provide greatly-enhanced support for safety-related and safety-critical designs that involve from 2 to 1000 (or more) processors.

Further information will be available in Q1 2022.

[13 December 2021]


Further expansion of the TT development team at Swift Act

Based in Egypt and established in 2017, Swift Act LLC is an embedded products, services and training company.

In December 2020, Swift Act LLC was appointed as a Software Development and Training Partner for SafeTTy Systems.

In the last year, the team at Swift Act has grown very quickly: this has allowed SafeTTy Systems to take on a number of new TT projects.

The photo shows five people who have joined the Swift Act team recently and have just completed ‘Level 2’ on the SafeTTy Certified programme.

In the photo (with certificates, from left to right) are: Momen Ali Thabet, Muhammed Tarek Abdelfatah, Kirillos Lotfy Iskander, Kareem Mohammed Kamal Hefnawy and Ahmed Mohamed Gamaleldin Ali. Also in the photo is Amr Ali Abdel-Naby (Founder and SW Director, Swift Act) and – on the screen – Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems).

Michael J. Pont comments: “I think it is fair to say that SafeTTy / Swift Act partnership has been a great success for both organisations and – in particular – for the new SafeTTy customers that we have been able to support with this expanded team. I am very pleased to welcome Mo, Tarek, Kiro, Kareem and Jimmy to our TT team and look forward to working with them on some challenging projects in the years ahead.”

Amr Ali Abdel-Naby comments: “Today marks the first anniversary of our partnership with SafeTTy Systems. It is a pleasant coincidence that our team celebrates their certification on the partnership anniversary. I am seeing the synergy between Swift Act/SafeTTy teams over the past year and how it advanced the support for SafeTTy’s new customers worldwide. Swift Act is looking forward to working with SafeTTy systems on various product domains in the years ahead.”

[9 December 2021] 


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Microdevice Technologies signs MoU with Xavier Institute of Engineering 

Established in 2005, the Xavier Institute of Engineering (XIE) is a premier engineering college located in central Mumbai.  XIE is affiliated to Mumbai University and is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council of India.

SafeTTy Training Partner Microdevice Technologies (Mumbai) has today signed a 3-year MoU with XIE: through this agreement, the highly-experienced team from Microdevice Technologies will deliver training courses in ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) software architectures and run the SafeTTy Certified exam programme (up to ‘Level 1’) for students from XIE and related institutions. 

Work on this important new training programme is expected to begin in January 2022.

[24 November 2021]


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exida® Automotive Symposium 2021

The exida® Automotive Symposium 2021 will take place at the Arabella Alpenhotel (Germany) from 22-24 September 2021.

On 24 September, the focus of this event will be on the use of Linux and similar large Open-Source software packages in safety-related systems.  Various organisations have been invited to contribute to this session including Apex, Aptiv, ARM, BMW, Codethink, Red Hat, SafeTTy Systems and Vector.

During this session, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems) will give a presentation entitled: “Dealing with ‘SOUP’ and ‘HOUP’ in safety-related and safety-critical embedded systems using TT Wrappers”.

In this presentation, Michael will argue that: [i] there is an important class of safety-related / safety-critical systems that can be viewed as a combination of a PUCS (Potentially Unsafe Component or System) and an SMCS (Safety Monitoring and Control System); [ii] examples of a PUCS include not only traditional electro-mechanical systems but also Software of Unknown Provenance (SOUP) – including Linux – and Hardware of Unknown Provenance (HOUP) – including COTS processors and customised SoC designs; [iii] ‘TT Wrappers’ provide an effective way of implementing an SMCS.

Michael will also review an example of a traditional PUCS design and explore some of the challenges involved in determining the specification for the SMCS in situations where the PUCS consists of SOUP and / or HOUP.   

[20 August 2021]


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Launch of new ‘TTb’ training course: now ‘live online

Our popular ‘TTb training course‘ has a focus on the use of state-of-the-art ‘Time-Triggered‘ (TT) architectures to support the development of software for safe and reliable embedded systems.  Since 2014, we’ve delivered this 3-day course to more than 200 engineers in different parts of the world, with a class size of around 6 people being typical.

In order to meet the growing demand for our TT technology, we have partnered with Swift Act to offer a new ‘live online’ version of this course.

The team at Swift Act is currently accepting bookings for TTb courses that begin on the following dates in 2021: 1 July, 2 September and 1 November.

Learn more about the new ‘live online’ TTb course

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Dr Michael J. Pont to give an invited ‘TT’ presentation at IEEE ICCICT-2021 in Mumbai

The IEEE International Conference on Communication, Information and Computing Technology (ICCICT) will be hosted by Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (Mumbai) from 25-27 June 2021. 

The theme of this event is “Computational science and emerging technologies for sustainable development”.

Due to constraints imposed by Covid-19, the conference will be held online this year.

On 25 June, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will give a one-hour invited presentation entitled: “Foundations of safety-related and safety-critical embedded systems: Bridging the gap between prototypes and compliant systems using TT software architectures”.

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

Learn more on the ICCICT-2021 Conference Website.

[9 April 2021]


ReliabiliTTy® technology to be employed in Tevva electric trucks

Tevva is an e-truck company whose revolutionary range extension technology allows its medium to heavy duty vehicles to go further than the competition for a fraction of the cost. Tevva is leading the drive to zero-emissions freight with trucks that can do all the work of a diesel with total peace of mind about range and environmental impact. Using an innovative adaptation of submarine technology, Tevva’s founder and CEO Asher Bennett is optimising H2FC integration into the company’s powerful e-trucks.

Led by Keith Jones, Tevva’s software engineers have been applying SafeTTy Systems’ software architecture to create the overall vehicle control strategy. By employing ReliabiliTTy Technology within its control and monitoring products, Tevva is able to create timely and robust technology to meet functional safety standards.

Ken Scott, Chief Engineer at Tevva comments: “Unlike electric passenger cars, electric trucks need to be able to work safely and reliably for 8-12 hours per day, across a variety of routes and distances.  Working with SafeTTy Systems has allowed us to achieve what we believe to be industry-leading levels of safety and reliability in both our vehicles and vehicle components, while remaining extremely price competitive.” 

Michael J. Pont, CEO at SafeTTy Systems comments: “We look forward to continuing our work with the team at Tevva as they bring their exciting range of electric trucks and technologies to market.”

[23 March 2021]


SafeTTy Systems and exida® to deliver a new set of qualified TT platforms

SafeTTy Systems is a leading developer of ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) software platforms that form the core of reliable and cost-effective automotive systems, industrial control systems, medical systems and related designs.  TT platforms from SafeTTy systems incorporate patented run-time monitoring techniques and are often used as a foundation for products that are developed in compliance with international safety standards such as IEC 61508 and ISO 26262. 

Founded in 2000 by several of the world’s top reliability and safety experts, exida is the world’s leading product certification and knowledge company specializing in automation system safety, alarm management, cybersecurity, and availability. With over 20 locations worldwide and industry-leading engineers with over 500 years of combined knowledge, exida is able to provide practical solutions to address even the most difficult design challenges.

SafeTTy Systems and exida have today announced that they aim to deliver a comprehensive new set of qualified TT platforms and design examples in 2021-22. 

Dr Michael J. Pont (CEO and Founder, SafeTTy Systems) comments: “We have worked with the team at exida on several successful projects in recent years using customised versions of our TT platforms.  We have found the exida team to be highly experienced and able to think ‘outside the box’ in a manner that has offered very clear benefits to our customers.  By working with exida on a new set of pre-qualified ‘SIL 2’ / ‘ASIL B’ and ‘SIL 3’ / ‘ASIL D’ platforms and design examples, we will be able to offer our customers additional support for the rapid development of cost-effective, safety-related designs based on a very wide range of microcontroller hardware.”

Dr William Goble (Managing Director and Co-Founder, exida) comments: “The customized TT platforms from SafeTTy Systems that exida has reviewed previously have highly-deterministic behavior and are comprehensively documented.  The technology that lies at the heart of these platforms was developed and refined by Dr Michael J. Pont over a period of more than 25 years, and Michael continues to play a significant role in every project that SafeTTy Systems performs.  For organizations that need to be confident about safety and demonstrate compliance with international standards, we have found the combination of a TT platform and Michael’s expertise to be highly effective.  We look forward to working with the team at SafeTTy Systems on the qualification of this comprehensive new set of platforms.”

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SafeTTy Systems appoints Swift Act as Software Development and Training Partner

Based in the UK, the team at SafeTTy Systems Ltd (SafeTTy Systems) helps organisations around the world to develop software for reliable and cost-effective automotive systems, industrial control systems, medical systems and related designs, in compliance with international safety standards. They do this by using ReliabiliTTy® Technology that integrates ‘Time-Triggered’ (TT) software architectures with patented run-time monitoring techniques. ReliabiliTTy Technology operates on a very wide range of off-the-shelf microcontroller hardware: this helps to ensure that the resulting products have low unit costs.

Based in Egypt, Swift Act LLC (Swift Act) is an embedded products, services and training company established in 2017. The team at Swift Act has experience in various domains including automotive and consumer electronics. The team has particular expertise in software development (including in TT architectures).

SafeTTy Systems have today announced that they have appointed Swift Act as a Software Development and Training Partner.

Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems) comments: “I have worked with members of the team at Swift Act since 2014; in my experience, they operate in a highly-professional manner and have in-depth knowledge of ReliabiliTTy technology. Partnering with Swift Act is a logical next step for SafeTTy Systems which will help us to meet the growing international demand for the delivery of cost-effective TT designs in sectors including electric and autonomous vehicles, industrial-control systems and medical devices.”

Amr Ali Abdelnaby (Co-Founder, VP Services, Swift Act) comments: “It has been our pleasure to work extensively with SafeTTy Systems over the last 12 months. In this new partnership, we look forward to getting involved in a wider range of TT projects with SafeTTy Systems and to providing training to teams that wish to use TT software architectures to achieve compliance with international safety standards, such as ISO 26262 and IEC 61508.”

[10 December 2020]


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MACFAB to employ ReliabiliTTy® Technology from SafeTTy Systems in waste balers

Based in the Republic of Ireland, MACFAB Systems (MACFAB) specialises in the development of waste balers.  MACFAB balers can reduce waste volume by up to 90%, reducing the cost of waste disposal, reducing clutter and making a cleaner, safer work environment.  MACFAB offer a wide range of vertical balers, horizontal balers, small waste compactors and crushers to suit the disposal needs of their customers.

Based in the UK, the team at SafeTTy Systems Ltd (SafeTTy Systems) help their customers around the world to develop software for reliable and cost-effective industrial control systems, automotive systems, medical systems and related designs, in compliance with international safety standards.  They do this by using ReliabiliTTy® Technology that integrates ‘Time-Triggered’ (TT) software architectures with patented run-time monitoring techniques.  ReliabiliTTy Technology operates on low-cost, off-the-shelf microcontroller hardware: this helps to ensure that the resulting products have low unit costs.

MACFAB will employ ReliabiliTTy® Technology from SafeTTy Systems in their next generation of vertical waste balers, allowing them to demonstrate compliance with IEC 61508 and related international safety standards.

 

Gene Mc Mahon (Director, MACFAB) comments: “At MACFAB, our first goal is to produce balers that are safe and reliable.  By working with SafeTTy Systems, we have been able to achieve what I believe to be ‘best in class’ levels of safety and reliability while also ensuring that our products continue to be extremely cost competitive.”

Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems) comments: “We have very much enjoyed working with the team at MACFAB and we wish them every success with their new generation of baler products.”

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Olitek to employ ReliabiliTTy® Technology from SafeTTy Systems in OzVader ventilators

Based in Australia, Olitek Pty Ltd (Olitek) specialises in the development of bespoke mobile machinery that incorporates automation and robotics.  In response to the worldwide COVID-19 crisis (and to help prepare for possible future events of a similar nature), the team at Olitek and their partners are currently developing a range of low-cost ‘OzVader’ medical ventilators.

Based in the UK, the team at SafeTTy Systems Ltd (SafeTTy Systems) help their customers around the world to develop software for reliable and cost-effective medical systems, automotive systems (including autonomous vehicles), industrial control systems and related designs, in compliance with international safety standards.  They do this by using ReliabiliTTy® Technology that integrates ‘Time-Triggered’ (TT) software architectures with patented run-time monitoring techniques.  ReliabiliTTy Technology operates on low-cost, off-the-shelf microcontroller hardware: this helps to ensure that the resulting products have low unit costs.

Following recent discussions, the Olitek team will employ ReliabiliTTy® Technology from SafeTTy Systems in their next generation of ventilators.

James Oliver (MD, Olitek) comments: “The OzVader ventilator has been developed specifically to treat the global COVID-19 pandemic.  It is designed to fulfil the needs of ICU clinicians and has safety of the patient at its forefront.  By working with SafeTTy Systems, we will be able to meet our safety requirements while also ensuring that product costs can be minimised, thereby allowing us to make sure that these crucial devices can be made available wherever they are needed around the world.

Michael J. Pont (CEO, SafeTTy Systems) comments: “We are very pleased to be able to help with this important project and look forward to working with Olitek and other members of the OzVader team.” 

[5 June 2020]

 


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BSI PAS 1880: Guidelines for developing and assessing control systems for automated vehicles

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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]

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Latest awards on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme in Mumbai

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The team at Microdevice Technologies is working in collaboration with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (SPIT) to deliver courses on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai, as part of the SafeTTy Certified programme.

The latest cohort of students completed their ‘Level 0’ examinations on this programme in December 2019.

The photograph shows the successful students with their certificates, accompanied – in the centre – by Dr Rajendra Sutar (Dean of SPIT) and Govind Gaundalkar (from Microdevice Technologies).  

 

 Learn more about the SafeTTy Certified programme …

[21 January 2020]


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Latest awards on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme in Mumbai

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Microdevice Technologies operate as our Training Partner in Mumbai (India).

In 2017, Microdevice Technologies began working in collaboration with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (SPIT) to deliver courses on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai as part of the SafeTTy Certified programme.

The latest cohort of students completed their ‘Level 1’ examinations on this programme recently.

The photograph shows the successful students, accompanied – on the left – by Govind Gaundalkar (from Microdevice Technologies).

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Learn more about the SafeTTy Certified programme …

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Latest awards on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme in Mumbai

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Microdevice Technologies operate as our Training Partner in Mumbai (India).

In 2017, Microdevice Technologies began working in collaboration with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (SPIT) to deliver courses on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai as part of the SafeTTy Certified programme.

The latest cohort of students completed their ‘Level 1’ examinations on this programme recently.

The photograph shows the successful students, accompanied – on the right – by Dr Prachi Gharpure (Principal SPIT) and – on the left by Dr Surendra Rathod (Dean SPIT) and Govind Gaundalkar (from Microdevice Technologies, at the back).

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The SafeTTy Certified programme is designed to help people obtain the skills needed to develop reliable, secure and safe embedded systems using ‘Time Triggered‘ (TT) software architectures – and provide evidence that they possess such skills.

The programme starts at “Level 1” and progresses to “Level 3”.

In our view:

  • Level 1 represents the minimum qualification level that should be expected from an individual involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that are intended to be reliable, but where failure has no direct safety implications.
  • Level 2 represents the minimum qualification level that should be expected from an individual involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that may have some safety implications (for example, designs developed in compliance with IEC 61508 or in compliance with ISO 26262), and / or where system failure could prove very expensive (e.g. deep-sea products, satellite systems).
  • Level 3 represents an appropriate qualification level for an individual who is involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that are safety-critical in nature (for example, designs developed in compliance with IEC 61508 up to ‘SIL 3’ / ‘SIL 4’ or in compliance with ISO 26262 up to “ASIL D”, or in compliance with DO-178C up to “Level A”).

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Learn more about the SafeTTy Certified programme …

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The rise of the ‘TT Wrapper’ – An interview with Dr Michael J. Pont


Michael Pont, Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems, was interviewed recently by AutoSens.

During this interview, Michael discussed the changes in demand for TT systems; complexity management challenges, and insights from his book “The Engineering of Reliable Embedded Systems”.

You have been working in the field of time-triggered (TT) embedded systems for more than 25 years. How much of this work has been directly related to automotive?

I’ve supported the development of safety-related embedded systems in a range of sectors over the years, including industrial control, civilian aircraft, space and medical. I began my first major TT project in the automotive sector around 15 years ago. Since this time, I have seen two step-changes in demand for TT systems in this sector.

The first step-change came in the lead up to the publication of the first edition of the international standard ISO 26262 in 2011. At this time, many organisations realised that they needed to be able to provide evidence that the vehicles or automotive components that they were producing had been ‘designed for safety’. TT architectures provide a highly-effective way of achieving this.

The second step-change came in the last few years as people became interested in ADAS / AV designs. At this point, the complexity of automotive designs increased very significantly, and I saw further demand for cost-effective TT designs as a means of improving confidence in the safety of such systems.

The end result is that – at the present time – around 60% of my work is in the automotive sector.

What have you learnt in working in other areas of Embedded Systems that can be applied to automotive?

My main goal is to help organisations to produce systems where we can be confident about safety. The key thing that I have learned from different sectors – particularly the aerospace sector – is the importance of having what is sometimes called a ‘safety culture’ in any organisation that wishes to achieve this goal. For me, a safety culture relies on having good people throughout an organisation who are not afraid to question design decisions that – in their view – may have a negative impact on safety.

I think it’s important to add that this is no longer simply a question about the lessons that automotive organisations can learn from other sectors. The ADAS / AV designs that automotive organisations are currently involved with present safety challenges that are – in my view – greater than those faced in many aerospace designs. Over the next few years, I would expect to see experienced automotive designers providing advice in many other sectors.

You can read the full interview on the AutoSens website.

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Guidelines for assessing control systems for L4/L5 autonomous vehicles


In 2017, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems) was asked by the ADAS and AV specialist group at AESIN to work with BSI on a new set of safety guidelines for the assessment of control systems used in autonomous vehicles (SAE Level 4 / Level 5).

We ran our second workshop on this project in June 2018.

A first public draft of the resulting guidelines is expected to become available later this year: we’ll make a further announcement (and provide a link) when the draft becomes available.

[29 June 2018]

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Join us at AutoSens in Brussels (17-20 September 2018)


We are pleased to announce that Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) has been invited to present at the AutoSens event in Brussels in September 2018.

The team at AutoSens argue that:

Before cars can be connected, engineers must first connect. The most influential vehicle perception event, invites 800 of the world’s leading minds in ADAS and autonomous vehicles to meet again throughout 2018. The AutoSens experience is replicated on both sides of the Atlantic, with events at at AutoWorld in Brussels, Belgium, and the Michigan Science Center in Detroit, Michigan USA. Two exclusive, unique venues providing the perfect backdrop for the continuation of technical discussion concerning the future of vehicle perception technology. The show in Detroit took place in May, and the flagship event in Brussels takes place this September with an Awards Ceremony. Each event is a week of discussions, collaborations, debates, business meetings, interactive learning, autonomous driving demonstrations and technology showcasing.

In Brussels, Dr Pont will give a presentation entitled: “Improving confidence in the safety of ADAS and AV designs that incorporate ‘unqualified’ software or hardware components”.

Learn more about this presentation …

Dr Pont comments: “The development of safe and reliable autonomous road vehicles presents a very significant challenge, and the AutoSens event in Brussels will provide an excellent opportunity for discussions. Some of our automotive customers have also been invited to present at this event, and I look forward to hearing what they have to say. In addition, I hope to have the opportunity to meet some new organisations that we may be able to support in the future with our state-of-the-art ‘Time Triggered’ technology.”

[22 June 2018]

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Introductory guide to software development for reliable embedded systems

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We receive many enquiries from people who are looking for information about the development of software for safe / reliable / secure embedded systems.

Some of these enquiries come from people who are about to join our TTb training course, from professional programmers who are about to develop their first safety-related embedded system, and from students at different universities and colleges around the world.

In response, we’ve created an ‘5-step guide‘ for people who want to learn how to program reliable, real-time embedded systems.

Starting from scratch, the material presented in this guide proceeds to a level at which we discuss the development of safety-related embedded systems (up to approximately ‘SIL 2’ level and equivalent).

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The guide includes links to our free introductory training course on “Embedded C”, which is distributed via YouTube®.

[31 May 2018]

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Latest SafeTTy Certified™ course starts in Mumbai (India)

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Microdevice Technologies operate as our Training Partner in Mumbai (India).

Founded in 2005, Microdevice Technologies is a highly-experienced training provider in the fields of embedded systems, IT and related areas. They provide their training services to professional engineers, government organisations and to schools. Since the company was formed, they have successfully trained more than 10,000 people.

On 11 April 2018, Microdevice Technologies began their latest course on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai as part of the SafeTTy Certified programme. This is a ‘Level 1’ (TTa) course.

If you would like to join a future TT course in Mumbai, please contact Microdevice Technologies.

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Join us at the next AESIN ISO 26262 Workshop on 27 March 2018 (Nuneaton, UK)


The Automotive Industry is going through a period of unprecedented change as electronic systems and electric powertrains enable Greener, Safer Connected Vehicles. Manufacturers facing the challenge on increasing system complexity are required to meet the stringent Functional Safety requirements defined in the Standard ISO 26262. This workshop is aimed mainly at practitioners and will provide the latest update on the Standard from HORIBA MIRA expert, Dr David Ward, along with a range of industry talks from OEMs, Tier 1s through to tool vendors covering key challenges including Security, Automated Vehicles and learnings from other sectors.

At this event, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems Ltd) has been invited to give a presentation entitled: “What is the key to success in your next ISO 26262 project?”

There’s still time to book your place at this key UK event.

[13 March 2018]


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First ‘Level 3’ award on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme in Botswana

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The SafeTTy Certified programme is designed to help organisations and people obtain the skills needed to develop safe, reliable and secure embedded systems using TT architectures – and provide evidence that they possess such skills. The programme starts at “Level 1” and progresses to “Level 3”.

We are very pleased to announce that Boikhutso Mosepele has recently achieved a ‘Level 3’ qualification on this programme (our first award at this level in Botswana).

In our view, Level 3 on the SafeTTy Certified programme represents an appropriate qualification level for an individual who is involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that are safety-critical in nature (for example, designs developed in compliance with IEC 61508 up to ‘SIL 3’ / ‘SIL 4’ or in compliance with ISO 26262 up to “ASIL D”, or in compliance with DO-178C up to “Level A”).

Completing Level 3 involves a substantial piece of development work which is conducted at a technical level that is intended to be approximately the same as that of an advanced UK MSc project. This project is carried out over a period of 12 months (on a part-time basis). The aim is to give participants the opportunity to gain meaningful, practical experience of software development in the context of one or more international safety standards.

In his project, Boikhutso investigated the development of software in compliance with international safety standard IEC 61508 (at ‘SIL 3’) level.

Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems Ltd) commented:
“It was a great pleasure to work with Boikhutso on this project, and I hope that he will have the opportunity to apply the skills he has learned in the development of safety-related embedded systems in the near future.”

[5 February 2018]

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Expanded ‘TTb’ course now available for ReliabiliTTy® licensees

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Since 2014, we’ve delivered our popular TTb course to many organisations across the world: so far, we’ve introduced around 200 engineers to the use of TT software architectures in safety-related systems by means of this 3-day course, with a class size of around 6 people being typical.

Following a number of requests, we are now offering an extended TTb+ course for ReliabiliTTy® licensees.

The TTb course has a focus on the design of TT systems (including the modelling process and detailed coverage of run-time monitoring).

The new TTb+ course adds an additional day of customised material, with a particular focus on key software test and verification processes that need to be conducted in order to meet the needs of one or more international safety standards.

This highly-customised new material will typically begin by looking at ways in which unit and integration testing can be carried out effectively for a TT system. The extended course will also consider test-coverage analysis and related topics (e.g. MC/DC).

Further information can be found on the TTb+ page.

[2 February 2018]

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Latest awards on the SafeTTy Certified™ programme in Mumbai (India)

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Microdevice Technologies operate as our Training Partner in Mumbai (India).

In 2017, Microdevice Technologies began working in collaboration with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (SPIT) to deliver courses on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai as part of the SafeTTy Certified programme.

The latest cohort of students graduated from this programme recently.

The photograph shows Ameya Anand Phadke – the top student in this very-strong group – receiving his certificate from Dr Prachi Gharpure (Principal SPIT), accompanied by Dr Surendra Rathod (Dean SPIT) – on the right – and Govind Gaundalkar (from Microdevice Technologies, standing behind the lectern).

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Join us at the first AESIN ADAS & AV Seminar on 6 December 2017 (University of Warwick, UK)


The first AESIN ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) & AV (Autonomous Vehicle) Seminar will be hosted by by WMG at the University of Warwick on 6 December 2017.

This one-day seminar will provide an opportunity to explore the enabling electronic system technology for next generation ADAS & AV designs. The presentations will cover the ADAS & AV spectrum and include sensing, control, system modelling – and safety.

At this event, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will give a presentation entitled: “Improving confidence in the safety of ADAS / AV designs that incorporate ‘unqualified’ software or hardware components”.

In this presentation, Michael will consider the challenges that are presented by the use of ‘unqualified’ software or hardware components in safety-related ADAS / AV designs. Such components – sometimes called ‘SOUP’ (‘Software of Unknown Provenance’) or ‘HOUP’ (Hardware of Unknown Provenance) – include off-the-shelf software libraries or microcontrollers that were not developed in compliance with the ISO 26262 international safety standard. In the presentation, Michael will demonstrate how use of a simple ‘TT Wrapper’ can significantly improve confidence in the safety of such designs.

There’s still time to book your place at this key UK event for ADAS and AV developers.

[29 November 2017]

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Indian edition of ‘ERES2’ is now available


We are pleased to announce that an Indian edition of ‘ERES2‘ has now been published:

    • Pont, M.J. (2017)

“The Engineering of Reliable Embedded Systems: Developing firmware in compliance with IEC 61508, ISO 26262 and related functional-safety standards using Time-Triggered architectures”

    , (Second Edition) SafeTTy Systems. ISBN: 978-0-9930355-5-5.

The Indian edition of ‘ERES2’ is currently available from Pothi.com at a cost of Rs. 525 (plus delivery).

The contents of the Indian edition are identical to the contents of the corresponding international editions.

[24 October 2017]

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Join us at the AESIN Conference on 3 October 2017

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The AESIN Conference is the premier UK Automotive Electronics Conference. Key areas of interest at this event are:
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles; Automotive Security; Automotive Software; The Connected Car; More Electric Powertrain; Research & Development.

This year the AESIN conference will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum (adjacent to Birmingham Airport) on 3 October.

At this event, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO at SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will introduce a discussion by key industry experts on the topic: “Connected and Autonomous Vehicles are coming – Are we ready?“.

There is still time to book your place at this key UK event.

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[25 September 2017]

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Microdevice Technologies signs MoU with Ramnarain Ruia College of Arts & Science


Microdevice Technologies – our Training Partner in India – is working in collaboration with Ramnarain Ruia College of Arts & Science (RUIA) to deliver introductory courses on embedded systems in Mumbai.

This collaboration with RUIA is formalised in a 3-year MoU, covering the period from 2017-2020.

Further information about the available courses can be obtained from the RUIA website.

[7 August 2017]

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Microdevice Technologies signs MoU with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology


We are very pleased to be able to announce that Microdevice Technologies – our Training Partner in India – is now working with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology (SPIT) to deliver courses on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai.

This collaboration with SPIT is formalised in a 5-year MoU, covering the period from 2017-2022.

The agreement involves delivery of ‘Level 0’, ‘Level 1’ (TTa) and ‘Level 2’ (TTb) training courses and the award of related certificates on the SafeTTy Certified programme.

Further information about the available courses can be obtained from Microdevice Technologies.

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Collaboration with Vidyalankar Institute of Technology


We are very pleased to be able to announce that Microdevice Technologies – our Training Partner in India – will be working with Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) to deliver a first course on ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) embedded systems in Mumbai in June 2017.

Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) comments:

“VIT is widely recognised as one of the premier engineering institutions in India. Following detailed discussions with VIT staff, our goal will be to help ensure that VIT students obtain the knowledge, skills and experience of TT architectures that will help them to pursue a career in the development of software for safety-related embedded systems, in automotive, industrial, medical and many related sectors. In my view, it is likely that a great deal of such software will be developed in India in the coming 10-20 years.”

Govind Gaundalkar (Partner at Microdevice Technologies) comments:

“It’s an enormous privilege to have the opportunity to work with the staff at VIT and present our first course on ‘Embedded C’. I am very much looking forward to many interesting discussions with the staff and students at VIT in June this year.”

Further information about this course can be obtained from Microdevice Technologies.

[3 April 2017]

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New ‘TT’ discussion group on LinkedIn®


We’ve launched a new Discussion Group about ‘Time-Triggered Embedded Systems’ on LinkedIn.

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Please join the discussion!

[14 March 2017]

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Join us at Safety-critical Systems Symposium 2017 (SSS’17) in Bristol (UK)

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Safety is increasingly important with autonomous, distributed, highly inter-connected systems all around us, taking over many functions previously done by humans. The world of driverless vehicles, remotely controlled home systems and delivery by drone is happening now.

The Safety-Critical Systems Club has operated in support the safety community since 1991. Each year, in early February, the Club’s annual symposium has been held.

Please join us at the ‘Silver Jubilee’ SSS event from Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 February, 2017 in Bristol UK.

At SSS 2017, Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will give a presentation entitled:
Going ‘Back to the Future’: Developing safety-critical embedded systems using modern Time-Triggered software architectures“.

Presentation abstract:

This paper is concerned with the development of software for real-time, safety-related embedded systems. The particular focus of the paper is on ‘Time-Triggered’ (TT) systems. TT design can be viewed as a subset of more generic ‘Event Triggered’ (ET) designs. When compared with ET alternatives, TT designs have a simple software architecture and – once constructed – are generally accepted as being easier to test. As a consequence, forms of TT design have been used for many years in industries such as aerospace, because they have been found to provide the basis for safe and reliable systems. Despite the growing demand for safety-related embedded systems in sectors such as industrial control, automotive and household goods, use of TT architectures is less common than ET architectures in these areas. This paper explores some of the benefits of modern TT designs, and considers some of the reasons why this approach is less commonly used than ET architectures in current safety-related designs.

Further information about SSS 2017 can be found here.

If you can’t attend this event, you can purchase a copy of the proceedings (including our paper) on Amazon.

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Join us at the ISO 26262 Workshop on 26 January 2017 (Nuneaton, UK)


The next NMI ISO 26262 Workshop will take place at HORIBA MIRA (Nuneaton, UK) on 26 January 2017:

The automotive industry is going through a period of unprecedented change as embedded systems enable greener and safer vehicles.

Manufacturers facing the challenge of increasing system complexity are required to meet the stringent safety requirements defined in the international standard ISO 26262.

This workshop will provide the latest update on the Standard from HORIBA MIRA expert Dr David Ward, and a range of industry talks covering key current challenges including security, automated vehicles and lessons from other sectors.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to hear the latest from industry experts and peers working with the ISO 26262 standard.

Please join us at this event, where Dr Michael J. Pont (Founder and CEO, SafeTTy Systems Ltd) will give a presentation entitled: “Are there lessons that ISO 26262 developers can (and should) learn from IEC 61508?

Presentation abstract:

This presentation will be concerned with the development of software for real-time automotive systems that need to be both safe and reliable.

The goal of the presentation is to explore one of the central differences between ISO 26262 and IEC 61508, and to consider whether there are lessons that can (and perhaps should) be learned from the earlier (generic / industrial) safety standard by developers of automotive systems.

During the talk it will be suggested that one key difference between IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 is that the latter standard places less (explicit) reliance on the idea of fault tolerance. In particular, the phrase ‘Hardware Fault Tolerance’ (which is referred to throughout IEC 61508) does not appear in ISO 26262. One important consequence of this difference is that, while IEC 61508 can be seen to favour use of multi-processor architectures, there is much less emphasis on such a solution in ISO 26262.

Does this mean that ISO 26262 designs are likely to be ‘less safe’ than equivalent IEC 61508 designs?

It is hoped that this presentation will encourage a debate at the workshop.

At this event, you’ll have the opportunity to take a look at the recently-published ‘ERES2‘ book – and our much-anticipated new family of DuplicaTTor® Boards.

You’ll find further information about this event on the NMI website.

[23 January 2017]

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New DuplicaTTor® Evaluation Boards

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To support organisations that want to explore the use of modern TT designs we have introduced our first DuplicaTTor® Evaluation Board (DEB).

Using a DEB, organisations can evaluate design options up to ‘SIL 3’ / ‘ASIL D’ level (and equivalent).

Learn more on our DuplicaTTor page.

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Appointment of Microdevice Technologies as Training Partner in Mumbai

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We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Microdevice Technologies as our new Training Partner in Mumbai (India).

Founded in 2005, Microdevice Technologies is a highly-experienced training provider in the fields of embedded systems, IT and related areas. They provide their training services to professional engineers, government organisations and to schools. Since the company was formed, they have successfully trained more than 10,000 people.

From 1 November 2016, Microdevice Technologies will be offering our ‘TTa’ (Level 1) and ‘TTb’ (Level 2) courses in Mumbai. They will also be offering a new (Level 0) course on ‘Embedded C’: this course provides an ideal foundation for the TTa and TTb courses.

Further information about TT course offerings in Mumbai can be found on the Microdevice website.

Further information about the TTa and TTb courses can be found on our Training page.

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Our popular ‘ERES2’ book is available as a paperback for just £45

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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.

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