Increasing complexity means that teams must leverage automation to work across disciplines, speed delivery and free room for innovation.
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.
Accellera has set up a working group with the aim of developing interoperability standards for functional safety.
Partnership combines Siemens PAVE 360 digital twin with ARM IP, including dedicated automotive offerings, to speed and streamline design toward Level 5.
A white paper from Mentor, a Siemens business, shows the growing need for vehicle makers and their supply chain partners to create better links between hardware and software elements.
Accellera to look at interoperability standard for failure analysis tools in safety engineering.
The third part of this series takes the original CNN demonstrator through a full ISO 26262 type functional safety workflow
The digital-twin concept provides several avenues to achieving better safety analysis and is likely to benefit from Siemens' integration of Mentor activities.
Safety verification calls for increased collaboration across the supply chain, experts say. The challenge is finding ways to make that happen.
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