Advancing Open Source Safety-Critical Systems

The mission of the Enabling Linux In Safety Applications (ELISA) project is to make it easier for companies to build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications – systems whose failure could result in loss of human life, significant property damage or environmental damage. ELISA members are working together to define and maintain a common set of tools and processes that can help companies demonstrate that a specific Linux-based system meets the necessary safety requirements for certification.


Where do Security and Safety Meet?

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Written by Elana Copperman, ELISA project ambassador and System Safety Architect at Mobileye (Intel) Are you attending the upcoming Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) on September 27-30 or the Linux Security…

ELISA Project @ Linux Plumbers Conference

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The Linux Plumbers Conference, which is happening virtually on September 20-24, has a packed schedule of microconferences and tracks for the kernel, networking & BPF, GNU Tools, Birds of Feather…


ELISA members are defining and maintaining a common set of elements, processes and tools that can be incorporated into specific Linux-based, safety-critical systems amenable to safety certification. ELISA is also working with certification authorities and standardization bodies in multiple industries to establish how Linux can be used as a component in safety-critical systems.

Join us to expand the use of Linux across new industries including healthcare, energy, transportation, and manufacturing. Learn more today to participate and support ELISA.