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Using Java in Safety-Critical Applications ISO 26262 Certification for Real-Time Java Code

March 29, 2018

This document provides an analysis of the concerns with using Java, in particular real-time Java, in safety-critical applications. The focus is on hard real-time applications subject to certification based on ISO 26262. Both safety and timeliness are considered.

This document outlines a road map of necessary activities for using the aicas JamaicaVM implementation of real-time Java in a safety-critical environment.

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