Create certified systems with Qt
Functional safety requirements are increasingly relevant in a number of disparate markets – after all, who doesn’t want safer highways, hospitals, railways, and factories? With Qt you can develop modern embedded systems that are both functionally safe and user-friendly.
TÜV NORD certifies that the Qt Safe Renderer 1.0 meets the tool requirements of several standards and that it can be used as a software supporting tool in a software safety life cycle according to IEC 62304:2015(2006 + A1).
Pre-certified software components save time and money, and provide confidence in end to end certification of your safety-critical UI systems.
Learn more about the technical details of Qt Safe Renderer and how it operates.
In this webinar we talk about functional safety and how the Qt Safe Renderer can be used to create functionally safe systems. This presentation briefly introduces the key concepts of functional safety and explains how to use Qt and the upcoming Qt Safe Renderer in a system certified for functional safety according to IEC 61508 and ISO 26262.
Download our white paper for a general understanding of functional safety requirements, how they vary by industry and the software recommendations for building a feasible, functionally safe embedded device.Download now
Watch this video to see how you can separate the functional safety-critical parts of your software with Qt Safe Renderer.
Software needs to be designed with safety in mind from the beginning – it’s extremely difficult to build a truly safe system by addressing safety as an afterthought. Acknowledging safety requirements at the architectural and design stage will ensure a solid and future-proof solution.