RTL TTRDs from SafeTTy Systems™


Our public ‘Time-Triggered Reference Designs’ (TTRDs) can be downloaded from this website.

Used in conjunction with the ‘ERES2‘ book, our public TTRDs are designed to illustrate ways in which state-of-the-art ‘Time Triggered‘ (TT) software architectures can be used to support the development of a wide range of safe / reliable / secure embedded systems.

In addition to our public TTRDs, we provide a range of more advanced code examples to ReliabiliTTy licensees.

We provide further information about these ‘RTL TTRDs’ on this page.

[This page was last updated: 2018-06-15]
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Who uses RTL TTRDs?

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In many cases, our customers develop their application software by building on an RTL TTRD, supported by training and / or consultancy services from our team. The combination of this advanced code framework and highly-experienced support can significantly reduce the development effort (and time) required to create a reliable TT design and achieve compliance with international safety standards.

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How to obtain RTL TTRDs

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RTL TTRDs are available on request (free of charge):

Many new customers obtain their RTL TTRDs as part of a SafeTTy Solutions package.

Please contact us for further information.

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Available RTL TTRDs

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* Used mainly in automotive designs (developed in compliance with ISO 26262).

RTL TTRDs – Core

  • CorrelaTTor Platform (CorrelaTTorB-001-t0405): up to ‘SIL 2’
  • CorrelaTTor Platform (CorrelaTTorB-001-t0032): up to ‘ASIL B’ – Available July 2018
  • DuplicaTTor Platform (DuplicaTTorA-001-t0405): up to ‘SIL 3’

RTL TTRDs – Additional ‘ERES2’ examples

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Customised RTL TTRDs

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Where required, we can provide fully-customised RTL TTRDs to match your precise requirements.

Please contact us for further information.

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Further information

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Please contact us if you require further information about RTL TTRDs.

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