Partners and other business relationships


The team at SafeTTy Systems Ltd is based in the UK.

We work with a small number of carefully-selected partners to deliver our products and services around the world.

[This page was last updated: 2020-12-18]
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Software Development and Training Partner: Swift Act LLC

Swift Act LLC operate as our Development and Training Partner.

Based in Egypt, 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, and particular expertise in software development (including in TT architectures).

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.”  [10 December 2020]

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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Training Partner: Microdevice Technologies

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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.

The team behind Microdevice Technologies is led by Govind Gaundalkar. Govind is an experienced developer of TT software and is qualified at Level 1 on the SafeTTy Certified programme.

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TT training courses offered in Mumbai

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Microdevice Technologies offer a Level 0 (foundation) course on ‘Embedded C‘.

Microdevice Technologies also offer our ‘TTa‘ (Level 1) course.

The team at SafeTTy Systems (UK) work with Microdevice Technologies to deliver our ‘TTb‘ (Level 2) course in Mumbai.

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

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MoU with Sardar Patel Institute of Technology


Microdevice Technologies is working in collaboration 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 the SPIT website.

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MoU with Ramnarain Ruia College of Arts & Science


Microdevice Technologies 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.

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MoU with Government Polytechnic Mumbai


Microdevice Technologies is working in collaboration with the Government Polytechnic Mumbai (GPM) to deliver introductory courses on embedded systems to students in the region.

This collaboration with GPM is formalised in a 2-year MoU, covering the period from 2018-2020.

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

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Indian edition of ‘ERES2’ is now available


To support our customers in India, a new edition of ‘ERES2‘ is available:

      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.

 

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Business Partner in Germany: Attila Gönczi


Based in Germany, Attila Gönczi works with SafeTTy Systems as a Development Partner, providing both hardware design and software development services.

Attila was responsible for the detailed design work on our DuplicaTTor® Evaluation Boards, and can provide cost-effective, fully-customised versions of these boards for ReliabiliTTy licensees.

Attila is also a highly experienced developer of TT software and is qualified at Level 3 on the SafeTTy Certified programme.

Attila has extensive experience working on ISO 26262, IEC 61508 and related projects.

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Technology Partners

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SafeTTy Systems is an ARM® Partner, and a member of the ARM® Connected Community, the industry’s largest ecosystem of ARM technology-based products and services.
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SafeTTy Systems is a member of the AdaCore Tool Partners programme.

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Memberships of professional organisations

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SafeTTy Systems is a Member of the National Microelectronics Institute (NMI).

SafeTTy Systems is a Subscribing Member of the British Standards Institution.

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