Working in partnership with SafeTTy Systems (UK) we now offer a specialized embedded systems training and certification programme for recent engineering / science graduates and more experienced professional engineers. This unique programme has a focus on the use of ‘Time Triggered’ (TT) system architectures as a means of producing systems that are reliable, safe and secure. Where required, such designs can be created in compliance with international safety standards such as IEC 61508 and ISO 26262.
We are currently offering three internationally certified embedded systems courses:
Embedded C (Level 0)
TTa (Level 1)
TTb (Level 2)
All the three courses come with an internationally acclaimed CERTIFICATION that demonstrates the abilities of individuals of possessing the skills to develop systems using TT architectures that are reliable, safe and secure.
The Embedded C course is designed for the recent engineering and science graduates who have used Event Triggered i.e. interrupt driven architecture in designing embedded systems. This course focuses on learning the foundations for designing safe and secure embedded systems using Time Triggered (TT) architectures. This course begins with the overview of the architecture of 8051 microcontroller, progresses through a ‘C’ language primer to improve your ‘C’ skills and then advances towards designing a simple Embedded OS based on TT architecture.
The TTa course takes a closer look at the design of reliable and safe embedded systems using the TT architectures. Experienced graduate engineers can benefit from this course as the TT architecture techniques learnt in this course can be applied in the real designs immediately. This course represents the minimum qualification level that should be expected from an individual involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that are intended to be reliable, but where failure has no direct safety implications.
The TTb course focuses on the compliance of international safety standards by embedded systems. This course represents the minimum qualification level that should be expected from an individual involved in the development of real-time embedded systems that may have some safety implications (for example, designs developed in compliance with IEC 61508 or in compliance with ISO 26262), and / or where system failure could prove very expensive (e.g. deep-sea products, satellite systems).Experienced professionals who are involved in the development of embedded systems that have to comply with international safety standards such as IEC 61508, ISO 26262, DO-178C, IEC 62304, ISO 13849, IEC 60335 and IEC 60730, up to ‘SIL 3’ level or equivalent can benefit by taking this course.