As complexity increases throughout the automotive industry, more effort is required to provide safety-compliant systems.
Safety practices are becoming more regulated as industries adopt standardized practices for designing and testing products, such as ISO 26262, which addresses the need for an automotive-specific international standard focusing on safety-critical components.
In this free, 60-minute webinar, Elektrobit’s Simon Dürr, Guillaume Cordon and Abdelillah Ymlahi Ouazzani will discuss the safety risks in high-performance controllers (HPCs) and explain how to build ISO 26262-compliant software architectures.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Gain insight into functional safety for automotive HPCs
- Understand the safety challenges and risks of HPC platforms
- Learn how to create software architectures that achieve ISO 26262 compliance
- Discover design approaches that enable a safe vehicle architecture
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