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TTTech Joins DO-254 Users Group

TTTech Computertechnik AG, the leading supplier of products in the field of time-triggered systems, has become a member of the DO-254

Users Group to actively share and promote best practices in DO-254 design with a group of experts, tool vendors and aerospace companies.

The DO-254 Users Group is an aerospace industry forum that maintains a set of best practices, methodologies, application notes and tools

with DO-254 qualification kits.

The DO-254 Users Group focuses on the application of DO-254 guidelines and implementation issues in complex hardware designs using FPGAs, Hardware Description Languages (HDLs) and design tools. The objective of the DO-254 Users Group is to offer a set of best practices, methodologies, application notes and tools with DO-254 qualification kits.

The DO-254 Users Group brings together major aerospace companies and leading tools suppliers. Among its members are such key players as Airbus, eurocopter, MBDA, Thales, Hispano-Suiza, Dassault, Groupe Latécoère, Barco, and Sagem. Among the associated partners are

TNI-Software, Mentor Graphics, Summit Design, Esterel Technologies, TransEDA and, most recently, TTTech.

"We very much appreciate the added value of TTTech and their very impressive work expertise with DO-254," declared Lionel Burgaud,

DO-254 Users Group Lead. "This is why we all are happy to have TTTech on board the DO-254 Users Group."

TTTech belongs to the group of pioneering companies that started to actively apply the DO-254 design guidance to chip IP development.

The DO-254 certification activities for the TTTech hardware are a result of the company's participation in various commercial programs

with focus on more electric aerospace systems.

"The implementation of best practices and lessons learned in the DO-254 Users Group is a key to the design of high-quality components

at lower costs, thereby increasing competitiveness and shortening time-to-market," stated Mirko Jakovljevic, Aerospace Marketing Manager at TTTech, "Our experience in hardware component design using DO-254 will greatly contribute to the development of safe and fault-tolerant integrated systems in the aerospace industry."

TTTech's Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP(r)) is a key technology for tight digital integration of safety-critical systems in "more electric"

aircraft. Communication controllers for TTP are developed with certification evidence in compliance with DO-254 objectives for the

highest safety criticality requirements. austriamicrosystems' AS8202NF is the first time-triggered communication technology and

TTP controller implementation with flight service history.

Press release issued by TTTech Computertechnik AG on November 30, 2006


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TTTech Computertechnik AG Engine Controls, Research/Consulting Services, Electronic Components, Computer-aided Design, Avionics Controls, Data Bus


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