The Mentor Safe program aims to increase automotive users' confidence in tools and provide documentation needed for the functional safety standard.
Cadence Design Systems is nearing completion of a program that will provide a portfolio of documentation for users of its tools who need to obtain safety approvals for their designs.
ARM has launched the first of its Cortex-R series of processors to be based on the v8R architecture, providing greater protection for software tasks from each other.
Webinar explores the impact of ISO 26262 on DFT requirements, and what is being learnt from the introduction of the standard at ON Semiconductor.
Synopsys has introduced TetraMAX II, a faster and more parallelisable ATPG and diagnostics solution, which is now also certified for use in ISO 26262 compliant automotive designs.
Videos detail techniques to improve the functional safety and reliability of FPGA designs, including the implementation of triple modular redundancy, safe FSM schemes and self monitoring.
Cadence Design Systems has made additions to its Virtuoso mixed-signal design environment intended to improve design for manufacture and the ability of teams to create and test safety-critical systems.
Synopsys develops portfolio of ASIL B ready IP, and invests in AEC-Q100 testing and TS 16949 quality management, to ease automotive SoC qualification.
OneSpin Solutions has used its formal-verification technology as the basis for an app intended for ISO 26262 projects that analyzes the ability of a design to deal with fault conditions.
ARM is extending its work on ISO 26262 safety packages for automotive systems beyond the Cortex-R devices supported in a documentation release earlier this year.
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