Watchdog Strategies & Upcoming Medical Conference
Bristol, UK – September 17, 2015
New Use Case Example on Watchdog Strategies
Are you using an embedded RTOS, and looking at how best to protect the system using a Watchdog? Help is at hand. We have just issued a new Use Case example covering strategies for designing RTOS enabled embedded software interacting with a Watchdog timer.
Visit our RTOS Resource centre for tutorials, use case examples, app notes and more, all designed to help you get the most from your RTOS. We release new content regularly, so to keep up to date follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn.
Recent topics include:
- RTOS Power Saving Features
- Direct Task Notifications
- Priority Inversion
- The Memory Protection Unit
- Getting the most from the SAFERTOS Demo
- SAFERTOS + Trace Optimisation Tool
Upcoming Medical Show
SAFERTOS is used extensively within the medical device sector. To help support our customer base we'll have a stand at MedConf in Munich between the 14-15 of October 2015. If you are attending and have any questions about using SAFERTOS within a medical device our expert team will be on hand to provide advice and support.
For those who can’t attend in person, but want to find out more about how SAFERTOS is successfully used in medical device development please contact us.
SAFERTOS now supports single, dual and multicore processors built on Power Architecture technology, with multiple lead customers in the medical and industrial sectors. Stay tuned for new Power Architecture demos.
For those who took an early vacation and missed our announcement for our new product SAFERTOS CORE, here’s a quick recap.
SAFERTOS CORE is an RTOS for systems that need to consider safety, but don’t require full certification. SAFERTOS CORE uses the actual SAFERTOS core source code, common across all safety certified SAFERTOS variants, ported for use on your specific processor/compiler combination.