What do we do?
Rapita Systems provides on-target software verification tools and services globally to the embedded aerospace and automotive electronics industries. Our solutions help to increase software quality, deliver evidence to meet safety and certification objectives and reduce project costs.
As of April 2016, Rapita is a Danlaw company.
Dan McClung is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Rapita Systems group. Dan has worked in the embedded electronics industry for over 40 years in both technical and commercial roles.
Dr. Guillem Bernat is the Head of Sales and a founder of Rapita Systems. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the Universitat de les Illes Balears in Spain in 1998 and then took a lecturing position...
Dr. Ian Broster is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and a founder of Rapita Systems. His mix of technical and commercial ability has helped to grow Rapita from its early stages to the international brand it is...
Rapita's customers are primarily in the avionics, automotive electronics and space industries. Their requirements vary, from multicore timing analysis and satisfying DO-178C and CAST-32A objectives to satisfying the structural coverage requirements for DO-178B/C and ISO 26262 projects with the least amount of effort and in the shortest amount of time.
RVS is available directly from Rapita Systems and through our world-wide network of distributors. They have many years of experience in the embedded software market and can advise you on the best solution for your embedded system.
Rapita Systems partners with leading technology companies in the embedded systems market to give developers integrated solutions that meet the needs of the next generation of advanced real-time embedded applications.
Rapita Systems has a leading role in research projects which are developing the embedded real-time systems of the future. Our projects involve collaborating with European industrial and academic partners who rely on our on-target verification tools to inform the development of aerospace and automotive electronics systems, particularly in the areas of multicore timing analysis, DO-178B/C and ISO 26262. Funding is provided by the European Union through the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking Programme and the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).