System Software for Safety-Critical Embedded Applications
SCIOPTA is certified by TÜV Süd Munich according to
IEC61508 SIL 3, EN50128 SIL 3/4 and ISO26262 ASIL-D.
SCIOPTA extends support for the NXP i.MXRT1064
July 22, 2021 by Bastian
SCIOPTA Systems has extended the driver support arround its safety RTOS
for the NXP i.MXRT1064. This includes drivers for the UARTs, CANs and ADC.
SCIOPTA also provides a low level graphics driver based on the mimxrt1064-evk. See it in action on YouTube.
Additonally an adaption for the PEG Lite GUI library from NXP.
The SCIOPTA RTOS itself is certified according to IEC61508 SIL3, EN 50128 SIL3/4 and ISO 26262 ASIL D. SCIOPTA is royalty free and supports currently the GNU GCC Toolchain. The drivers are certifiable on customer request.
SCIOPTA Safety RTOS ported to NXP LX2160a
April 26, 2021 by Bastian
SCIOPTA Systems has ported its safety certified SCIOPTA RTOS to one of the biggest irons in the embedded market:
The NXP LX2160A multicore SoC. The SoC with 16 (sixteen!) Cortex-A72 is on a SolidRun COM Express board. SCIOPTA uses its message passing system for the core to core communication which allows applications to use the full power of this chip. SCIOPTA is certified according to IEC61508 SIL3, EN 50128 SIL3/4 and ISO 26262 ASIL D. SCIOPTA is royalty free and supports currently the GNU GCC Toolchain.
SCIOPTA Safety RTOS ported to NXP i.MX8MQ
Feb 5, 2019 by Bastian
SCIOPTA Systems has ported the safety certified SCIOPTA Real-Time Operating System to the NXP imx8mq-evk evaluation board run-ning the NXP i.MX8MQ with quad Cortex-A53 CPU and a Cortex-M4F CPU. The SCIOPTA RTOS is specifically tuned for the AArch64 architecture. This results in a very high performance and a low memory footprint. SCIOPTA is certified according to IEC61508 SIL3, EN 50128 SIL3/4 and ISO 26262 ASIL D. SCIOPTA is royalty free and supports currently the GNU GCC Toolchain.
SCIOPTA CONNECTOR for Xilinx’s UltraScale™
Apr 20, 2018 by Bastian
CONNECTOR is a SCIOPTA methodology that connects SCIOPTA sys-tems on the different ARM cores in a Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale MPSoC. The CONNECTOR enables the developer to use the same clean message based interface of SCIOPTA in distributed systems as on a single CPU system.
Message passing beyond processor boundaries uses the same system calls for transmitting and receiving, although the processes reside on different cores.