aiT for ARM statically computes tight bounds for the worst-case
execution time (WCET) of tasks in real-time systems. It directly analyzes
binary executables and takes the intrinsic cache and pipeline behavior
- aiT-computed bounds are extremely tight
and thus reflect the actual performance of your system.
Ensuring deadline adherence is not done at the expense of hardware resources.
- aiT-computed bounds are valid for all inputs and
each execution of a task. Extensive timing testing is a thing of the past.
- aiT directly analyzes binary executables. It is widely independent of
the compiler and source code language used. This means no modification
of your toolchain or the system’s operational behavior and performance
- ARM Developer Suite C compiler
- GNU C compiler (GCC)
- Green Hills MULTI for ARM, C or Ada
- IAR compiler suite
- KEIL MDK-ARM compiler suite
- Tasking C compiler
- Texas Instruments TMS 470 compiler
Supported processor derivates
- ARM Cortex-M3
- ARM Cortex-R4F
- ARM Cortex-R5F
- Infineon XMC4500 (ARM Cortex-M4 core)
- Sharp LH79520 (ARM720T)
- Cortex-M1/Milandr 1986VE1T
For Cortex-A53, you can try TimeWeaver instead.
For other derivates, contact us.
- Windows: 64-bit Windows 7 SP1 or newer
- Linux: 64-bit CentOS/RHEL 6 or compatible
- 4 GB of RAM (16 GB recommended)
- 4 GB of disk space
- The Linux version requires the
libxcb-* family of libraries to be installed.
Your usage of aiT for ARM can be qualified according to ISO 26262,
DO-178B, DO-178C, IEC-61508, EN-50128, IEC-60880, and other safety standards.
Qualification Support Kits are available
that simplify and automate the qualification process.