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Lauterbach, the leading manufacturer of micro-processor development tools, has announced that they have extended the kernel awareness for SAFERTOS from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems on all Arm® processors. The new SAFERTOS awareness provides easy access to task lists and other kernel information, generates performance analysis data and enables customers to carry out effective debugging with the TRACE32 systems on targets running SAFERTOS...

What a great show Embedded World was for us at WHIS this year! We’ve made great progress with new partnerships and projects. Our table top talks proved popular, navigating topics such as upgrading from FreeRTOS to SAFERTOS, Multicore on Embedded Devices and Mixed Safety Levels...

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) are exhibiting at booth 4-369 and speaking in the conference of Embedded World 2019. This year WHIS focuses on safety, with a range of demos, interactive talks and giveaways at the exhibition, plus exciting new announcements...

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems have long been involved with the FreeRTOS project. Today they formally extend services for the whole of Amazon FreeRTOS, including porting to new processors, technical support, consultancy, and professional licensing...

Our lead engineer has returned from the 92nd China Electronics Fair (CEF) in Shanghai, China, where he presented on Automotive safety and security. The CEF is largest and most authoritative exhibition of electronic industry in China, where experts can share their experience and get new information...

Security flaws were highlighted by Zimperium that affect the Amazon FreeRTOS TCP/IP Stack. These flaws only relate to Amazon FreeRTOS TCP/IP. It does not affect the SAFERTOS/ OPENRTOS kernel code. All WHIS customers that have been affected by this issue have been informed...

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