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Starterkits accelerate code safety standard compliance

21 Aug 2014  | Julien Happich

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Embedded Office, a company focused in safety-critical applications, has announced pre-certified components in the form of its Cert-Kits that support manufacturers of safety-relevant systems in accordance with the standards IEC62304, IEC61508 and EN50128 in standard-compliant development.

The so called 'starterkits' are executable systems, which allow users to immediately commence the development of a certification project. The starterkits comprise the source code of a given MCU for the respective development tool. They are available for the following products and chips: Real-time kernel uC/OS-II with memory protection (uC/OS-MPU) and partitioning system (uC/TimeSpaceOS).

The core of the starterkit is a component that comprises a flexibly deployable hardware programming interface from the respective product to the microcontroller employed using the respective development tools. The component can be adapted by configuring the hardware wiring of the microcontroller.

It supports all the necessary units of a microcontroller for operating a random real-time kernel. Furthermore, additional units are integrated in case the respective product should require these. The component has been prepared for use in safety-critical applications, meaning that mechanisms for monitoring the integrity are already integrated.

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