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OpenSynergy, Sysgo cooperate on safety-critical software platform

11/23/2010 02:53 PM EST
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re: OpenSynergy, Sysgo cooperate on safety-critical software platform
Sanjib.A   11/25/2010 8:57:08 AM
As I understand PikeOS is also seems to be compliant with the Functional Safety Standard for electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems - IEC 61508. Am I correct? Is this software certified by the approving agencies such as TUV? Also please let me know what are the hardware platforms apart from x86 supported by this software.

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