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More than just standard OS awareness

iSYSTEM not only offers standard AUTOSAR OS awareness based on the ORTI specification. We can provide far more advanced Timing-Analysis solutions. The solutions are a result of our long-term cooperation with the major AUTOSAR Tool vendors and have been enabled by many sophisticated winIDEA Analyzer features such as

  • Task State Profiling,
  • Event Analysis via so called Profiler Inspectors and
  • Trace Export in various formats such as BTF.



AUTOSAR vendor specific configurations and adaptation/instrumentation allow for more comprehensive Timing Analysis including OS objects such as task and ISRs, but also Software Components and RTE objects such as Runnables and Ports as well as network communication. ...read more


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Building test into your development process.

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