Even experienced IC design houses must adopt innovative and emerging strategies to meet functional safety and other demands of ISO 26262 for automotive systems.
Updates to existing designs are often error-prone, though safety tolerances are necessarily tightening. This four-step strategy can help.
Optima DA has launched a family of tools designed to speed up the analysis of radiation susceptibility in automotive SoC designs.
Two upcoming webinars focus on key aspects of designing the kinds of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that will pave the way for fully autonomous vehicles.
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.
Synopsys develops portfolio of ASIL B ready IP, and invests in AEC-Q100 testing and TS 16949 quality management, to ease automotive SoC qualification.
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