Trustworthy forever

Altreonic at Embedded World 2009, Nuerenberg, 3-5 March 2009

Altreonic will be present at the Embedded World Conference 2009 in Nuerenberg, Germany.

Meanwhile, Altreonic's OpenComRTOS has been nominated for the Embedded AWARD. See the website of embedded world for the full list of nominees.

Altreonic was also selected to present a paper at the conference on March, 5th in the Session 3.5 Model Based Design from 09.45-10.15. Title: OpenCookbook: An integrated and formalised environment for systems engineering"

The wider perspective of our systems engineering approach, including a short presentation on OpenVE and OpenComRTOS will be presented during the Exhibitor's Forum Wednesday, 4th March 12.00 - 12.30 pm.

Interested? We have a USB stick ready for you with a free version of OpenVE for Win32 and Linux together with a trial version of OpenCookbook, papers, presentations and free inspirational posters. See the Galleria on the website for a preview.

Come and visit us. Hall 10.0 - 401. - Want to set up a meeting? Contact us via the contact form or call on +32 477 - 608 - 339.


OpenComRTOS support for Xilinx MicroBlaze

Altreonic has achieved a first port of OpenComRTOS to the Xilinx MicroBlaze softcore processor. First results are reported in the attached papers. A public release is scheduled for mid October.

To download the pdf file(s), register first and log in. If you have any problems contact us.

Altreonic, first spin-off of Open License Society goes for high reliability

On 1st September, Altreonic was officially created as a spin-off of Open License Society. The latter started in 2004 to research a unified systems engineering methodology aiming at trust-worthy systems and products. Formal methods were adopted and tools were developed proving that the methodology actually delivers. After 4 years of intensive research, Altreonic is putting the research into practice. The goal is "Push button high reliability!" for embedded systems.The team is composed of 14 people and headed by Eric Verhulst, a veteran guru in real-time multi-processor operating systems and embedded systems research and development. It's first product, the Virtuoso distributed RTOS, was acquired in 2001 by Wind River Systems.



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