aicas is a leading producer of Java development and analysis tools for realtime and embedded systems. The company was founded in 2001. It is headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany.

JamaicaVM is aicas' flagship product, a hard realtime Java virtual machine with fully preemptable, deterministic garbage collection. JamaicaVM is optimized for critical systems such as realtime control, network communication, and human-machine interfaces (HMI). JamaicaVM is widely used in the industrial automation, military and aerospace, automotive, medical, and financial markets.

In 2011, aicas released JamaicaCAR, an application framework for automotive infotainment systems, which enables safe, secure installation of downloaded applications with controlled access to system resources. JamaicaCAR was awarded the Embeddy Award by VDC Research at the Embedded Systems Conference Boston 2011. It is available in the Entunes and Touch & Go products from Toyota and the UConnect Access product from Chrysler.

Furthering aicas’ solutions is Jamaica-IoT. Jamaica-IoT builds on aicas’ scalable, high performance JamaicaVM foundation to deliver a platform targeted at industrial, power grid, automotive, and home Internet-of-things applications. Software written for Jamaica-IoT leverages a common platform, component and application framework for intelligent devices, CPUs, and operating systems.

To assist customers in their quest for high code quality and short time to market, aicas also offers execution profiling tools, static analysis tools, and customization services. The aicas team is dedicated to the success of its customers.