Generating accurate ASIL metrics early in the functional safety lifecycle, reduces time-to-certification for ISO26262.
The promise of autonomous vehicles is driving profound changes in the design and testing of automotive ICs.
The Portable Stimulus Standard helps overcome many of the verification challenges inherent in the strict requirements of ISO 26262.
Doc Formal rounds up some of the the key observations about verfication made during July’s Synopsys VC Formal SIG event in India.
This defect and fault injection primer looks at how to standardize definitions, decide injection volume, measure activity, manage simulation, optimize test time and more.
How formal verification for the ISO26262 automotive functional safety delivers the full activation, propagation, and observation in the form of proven and exhaustive results.
How the digital twin can fuel automotive verification flows impossible in the real world.
Designers need to understand how the architecture of electronic control units used to implement ADAS in vehicles is changing.
How to use formal fault pruning, injection and sequential equivalency checking to meet the FMEA analysis requirements of the functional safety standard.
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.
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