Who uses RapiTime?
RapiTime is used by aerospace and automotive electronics engineers who:
- are developing or maintaining large critical real-time embedded systems
- want to understand how well their system is performing
- need timing data
- must determine worst-case execution time (WCET) for their code
- want greater confidence in the results generated
- must quickly spot the code which is making the biggest contribution to the worst-case execution time
- need to know how to improve their test cases
- want more results per test at a faster rate than usual
- want to evaluate the overall picture of timing behavior for pieces of code
- need to understand differences in timing between builds
- want to examine timing for a particular test run
- must explore which code was executed in any given test
- need to cut preparation time with automatic instrumentation
- have to quickly identify bugs
The latest version includes support for those working with C, C++ and Ada in the avionics and automotive electronics industries.
We also provide tool qualification support for engineers looking to use RapiTime as a verification tool within a project requiring DO-178B/C or ISO 26262 certification.
RapiTime Aero was created for high-integrity aerospace applications which need to satisfy the guidance of DO-178B/C or equivalent military standards. Many are built using ARINC-653 partitioned operating systems. RapiTime Aero was designed to meet these demanding specifications.
The latest version includes support for C, C++ and Ada.
RapiTime Auto addresses the specific needs of the automotive market. It supports engineers working with micro-controllers of 8 bits upwards, whether programming "bare metal" or using real-time operating systems (including AUTOSAR), and can also help meet the verification requirements of ISO 26262.
The latest version includes support for C and C++.