RTOS kernel built for safety

Wittenstein High Integrity Systems announces the availability of SafeRTOS for ST-Micro’s STM32 Cortex-M3 family of embedded devices. The small footprint SafeRTOS kernel uses less than 10k flash and a few hundred bytes of RAM and has certification packs tailored to IEC 61508 SIL3, FDA510(k) Class III, and EN62304.

01/01/2010


Wittenstein High Integrity Systems announces the availability of SafeRTOS for ST-Micro’s STM32 Cortex-M3 family of embedded devices. The small footprint SafeRTOS kernel uses less than 10k flash and a few hundred bytes of RAM and has certification packs tailored to IEC 61508 SIL3, FDA510(k) Class III, and EN62304. Optimized for use with low-cost 32-bit microcontrollers, SafeRTOS is a small, robust real-time operating system (RTOS) designed for critical applications, especially those in the industrial automation and power generation sectors, such as intelligent sensors. It is supplied with an independently validated certification pack for industrial and medical devices. Using a mature process first certified by TÜV SÜD in 2007, SafeRTOS was developed to ease the path to certification, bringing the benefits of off-the-shelf software to applications with safety implications or certification requirements. SafeRTOS is independently approved by TÜV as having been developed in compliance with IEC61508 and supports a broad range of microcontrollers and compilers.

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