|Conference:||DVClub Europe – October 2015 (click here to see full programme)|
|Speaker:||Haridas Vilakathara (Senior System Architect)|
|Presentation Title:||Compliance and requirements-driven development methodology for realizing System on chip based solutions based on ISO26262 functional safety standard for road vehicle|
|Abstract:||This presentation starts with a very simple overview of the ISO26262 standard and the applicability of the standard for integrated circuit (system on chip) development. The recommendations from standard for capturing and analysing safety requirements will be discussed followed with the approach and methods described for verification of such requirements and a way to achieve compliance against the required automotive safety integrity level (ASIL). The standard also emphasises on the correctness on the development and verification tools to achieve the goals. An approach for ensuring tool certification also addressed in the presentation. The presentation is concluded with a statement on the role of process assurance and structured documentation as key aspects in realizing a safe electronics for use in a road vehicle.
|Biography:||Over 20 years of experience industrial experience spanning across real time safety critical avionics system development including type certification, reusable hardware IP core development in the field of wired and wireless communication, System on chip and relates system development in the field of consumer electronics and automotive field. For the last three years working in the field of functional safety including management of functional safety and functional safety architectures based on ISO26262. Close to 15 publications in the field of reusable IP design, design for debug and safety critical system development|
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