A new version of the automotive safety standard arrives later this year. Review the main updates and see how it will combine with the incoming SOTIF autonomous driving standard.
Doc Formal concludes his introduction to formal verification with a practitioner's view of the technology.
Doc Formal begins a two-part series by describing the solid and well-established foundations of formal verification.
Addressing the challenge of achieving ASIL D certification of the functional safety of an SoC for use in the safety-critical path of an automotive system.
How fault mode and effect analysis (FMEA) can be performed on a virtual prototype of an automotive system containing mechanical, electrical, analog and digital models, including the microcontroller running the same software as will be used in the car.
Using triple modular redundancy, error detection and correction, and 'safe' FSMs to ensure greater functional safety in FPGA-based designs
A look at some of the quality and safety requirements that must be met when developing and applying semiconductor IP to the automotive sector.
The increasing complexity of automative software is challenging the ability of established software testing strategies to demonstrate its functional safety. Here's how virtual prototyping can help.
The ISO 26262 safety standard lays out a number of best practices for the automotive industry and for suppliers. Formal verification provides a way of streamlining the verification of SoCs that need to conform to the standard.
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