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New SAFERTOS Windows and Linux Simulator from WITTENSTEIN High Integrity Systems - News

August 24, 2022

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) has introduced the SAFERTOS Windows and Linux Simulator which allows customers to evaluate and prototype certain types of SAFERTOS application code on their desktop computer, without the need for cross-compiling toolchains or specialist debug hardware.

Software & OS

SAFERTOS from WITTENSTEIN Extends Support to the AWR2944 and Jacinto TDA4VM from Texas Instruments to Increase Safety Across Automotive Applications - News

February 04, 2022

SAFERTOS, the safety critical real time operating system from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS), is now available for the new AWR2944 and Jacinto TDA4VM platforms from Texas Instruments (TI).

Open Source

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems Experts in Functional Safety as Part of the Functional Safety Program from STMicroelectronics - Press Release

June 04, 2020

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) continues its strong relationship with STMicroelectronics, with SAFERTOS® becoming part of the STM32 Functional Safety Program.


Arm, WITTENSTEIN High Integrity Systems Extend Partnership to Deliver Highly Optimized Software Packages - News

April 13, 2020

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) and Arm announced the companies will continue their partnership by integrating WHIS into the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program.


SAFERTOS Supports ARM TrustZone: New Support Offered by WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems - Press Release

September 23, 2019

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems' SAFERTOS now supports Arm TrustZone for safety critical applications.


SAFERTOS Now Supports RISC-V: A New Announcement from WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems - Press Release

August 26, 2019

WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) announce a new RISC-V port for SAFERTOS, the safety critical real-time operating system.

Software & OS

Stuck in a Loop? Why you Should Consider Moving from Bare-Metal to FreeRTOS - Story

July 22, 2019

Why should you consider an RTOS? For most, it comes down to knowing ?what you do best?: if you have always programmed with bare-metal, then it becomes routine to always program that way. If you...