industry news
Subscribe Now

RTEMS Qualification Data Package for safety-critical space missions

The RTEMS real-time operating system has been established in industry and especially spaceflight for decades. With this year’s introduction of the RTEMS Qualification Data Package, embedded brains is now taking a further step towards safety-critical space projects. This makes RTEMS the first real-time operating system that is suitable for multicore operation, open source and safety qualified at the same time.

The Qualification Data Package contains a detailed functional specification with associated validation tests. These are executed on the customer’s hardware, the test results are directly evaluated and recorded in a document. The result is a high level of security, with the certainty that the operating system will function properly. The test report also contains performance data that can be used to estimate the expected runtime characteristics of the application.

embedded world 2023, embedded brains booth 4-141

About embedded brains GmbH

embedded brains GmbH, with head office near Munich in Germany, is an owner-operated system house that specializes in customized software and hardware development for high-performance single and multicore systems. The company was founded in 2005 by the electrical engineers Peter Rasmussen and Thomas Doerfler. Both have more than 20 years of experience and technical expertise in systems development, primarily in the fields of automotive technology, telecommunications and industrial automation, and worked previously as consultants and employees for Dornier, Eurocopter, Siemens, Alcatel Siemens, Thomson, Telenorma and Hilf Microcomputer-Consulting.

The managing directors and their development team advise and support companies from different sectors over the entire development process and with the help of partner companies also deal with series production and fabrication after the completion of prototype development. E&K Automation, Bang & Olufsen, Fraunhofer ESK and Fraunhofer ITWM, Tyco Electronics, MAN Diesel & Turbo as well as Bosch Rexroth AG, among others, are the customers of embedded brains. www.embedded-brains.de

Leave a Reply

featured blogs
Jan 27, 2023
Wow, it's already the last Friday in January, so time for one of my monthly update posts where I cover anything that doesn't justify its own full post or which is an update to something I wrote about earlier. Automotive Security I have written about automotive secur...
Jan 26, 2023
By Slava Zhuchenya Software migration can be a dreaded endeavor, especially for electronic design automation (EDA) tools that design companies… ...
Jan 24, 2023
We explain embedded magnetoresistive random access memory (eMRAM) and its low-power SoC design applications as a non-volatile memory alternative to SRAM & Flash. The post Why Embedded MRAMs Are the Future for Advanced-Node SoCs appeared first on From Silicon To Software...
Jan 19, 2023
Are you having problems adjusting your watch strap or swapping out your watch battery? If so, I am the bearer of glad tidings....

featured video

Synopsys 224G & 112G Ethernet PHY IP OIF Interop at ECOC 2022

Sponsored by Synopsys

This Featured Video shows four demonstrations of the Synopsys 224G and 112G Ethernet PHY IP long and medium reach performance, interoperating with third-party channels and SerDes.

Learn More

featured chalk talk

E-Mobility: Electronic Challenges and Solutions

Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Würth Elektronik

The future electrification of the world’s transportation industry depends on the infrastructure we create today. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Sven Lerche from Würth Elektronik about the electronic challenges and solutions for today’s e-mobility designs and EV charging stations. They take a closer look at the trends in these kinds of designs, the role that electronic parts play in terms of robustness, and how Würth’s REDCUBE can help you with your next electric vehicle or EV charging station design.

Click here for more information about Würth Elektronik Automotive Products