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Amazon FreeRTOS TCP/IP Stack
25th October 2018
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...
28th September 2018
We're exhibiting at booth 920 this year at ARM TechCon. We'll be showcasing SAFERTOS and have all sorts of giveaways, so come and stop by to discuss your requirements.
Arm TechCon is the only comprehensive technology event that showcases the latest advances in Arm’s world-class architecture—from silicon design and software development to platform security and IoT solutions...
ST Developers Conference
1st September 2018
We're exhibiting again this year at the ST's Developers conference. This year we'll be showcasing SAFERTOS integrated with ST's Functional Safety Design Package. Read our white paper on it here...
New Ultra-Low Power Mode Available for SAFERTOS
28th August 2018
A new Ultra-Low Power Mode is now available for SAFERTOS, a safety critical real-time operating system from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems. Ultra-Low Power Mode offers a highly integrated, lowest power version of SAFERTOS for maximum efficiency.
A new Ultra-Low Power Mode is available for SAFERTOS, a safety critical real time operating system (RTOS) from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems...
SAFERTOS Celebrates FreeRTOS 15 Year Anniversary
9th August 2018
2018 marks FreeRTOS’s 15th anniversary, and 11 years of continued SAFERTOS support. SAFERTOS is the safety critical upgrade for FreeRTOS, and now has more safety critical features than ever. SAFERTOS continues to support FreeRTOS into the future. Download fully functional demos of SAFERTOS, and a manual detailing how to upgrade from FreeRTOS to SAFERTOS from the WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) website https://www...
SAFERTOS Supports New STM32 Functional Safety Software Test Library
1st May 2018
SAFERTOS from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems supports integration for the new STM32 Functional Safety Software Test Library (STL) from STMicroelectronics. The STL is part of the STM32 SIL Functional Safety Design Package targeting the industry standard IEC 61508 SIL2/3...
SAFERTOS Demos, April 2018
16th April 2018
SAFERTOS is provided as a demo for the processors below. The SAFERTOS Binary Evaluation Package is fully functional for 8 hours, after which the scheduler will stop. Simply reset your system to gain another 8 hours of use.
RM48 on the ARM Cortex R4F from TI
The RM48 Hercules™ Development Kit is ideal for getting started on development with the IEC 61508 SIL 3 certified RM48x series of the Hercules RM family of microcontrollers...
Strategic Business Alliance with WHIS
29th November 2017
It was announced at Amazon Web Service (AWS) re:Invent, that WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems and AWS have formed a Strategic Business Alliance. WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems will support the newly launched IoT Microcontroller Operating System, Amazon FreeRTOS on Amazon Web Services (AWS) with OPENRTOS and SAFERTOS...
Visit us at the ST Developers Conference – Santa Clara, 6th September
1st September 2017
Are you attending the ST Developers Conference? Don’t miss this free one day conference and technology exhibition on September 6 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. With over 35 technology demonstrations, 5 parallel tracks and over 40 different topics – plus 2 rooms dedicated to hands-on trainings – the event is designed to give you access to the topics that interest you...
Verifying Task Scheduling Performance Using SAFECheckpoints
31st May 2017
Avoid Temporal Disruption with a Runtime Verification Monitor - Download our Free App Note Today
Within a priority based pre-emptive scheduling scheme, the highest priority Task that is able to run will be the Task selected to run. Hence the priority assigned to each Task needs to be carefully chosen, as it directly affects when the Task will be given processing time...