Webinar: TI C2000 MCUs and MathWorks Simulink for IEC 61508 and ISO 26262

Texas Instrument C2000 SafeTI microcontrollers are designed to meet up to the highest safety standards in managing both systematic and random hardware faults and come with a SafeTI diagnostic software library (SDL), a tunable FMEDA and additional SafeTI documentation to aid customers in designing systems in compliance with ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 functional safety standards. Customers using C2000 SafeTI MCUs can leverage key Simulink capabilities such as modeling, simulation, code generation, and automated testing based on the MathWorks IEC Certification Kit to generate source code for the end application model used for production code generation. The source code generated from Simulink by the MathWorks Embedded Coder is then converted to executable code that can be run on the C2000 target MCU by using the TI C2000 C/C++ compiler. The SafeTI Compiler Qualification Kit further assists customers in their efforts to qualify their use of the TI C2000 C/C++ compiler to functional safety standards such as IEC 61508 and ISO 26262. 

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Jitin George, Product Marketing Engineer for C2000 Microcontrollers, Texas Instruments

Tom Erkkinen, Product Manager for Embedded Code Generation and Certification, MathWorks


Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media

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