|Conference:||DVCLUB India: November 2017|
|Speaker:||G. Deva Phanindra Kumar, Design Verification Engineer – Analog Devices|
|Presentation Title:||Verification Flow for ASIL Compliant Automotive SoCs|
|Abstract:||Functional safety features are an essential part of automotive system-on-chip development. ISO26262 standard dictates ASIC development process in safety applications like airbag control, electronic stability control. This presentation focuses on verification requirements of ISO26262 standard. In this presentation a verification flow and processes has been proposed which would meet stringent requirements of ISO26262. This presentation also covers verification challenges in verifying safety measures in the system and schedule budgeting tips for an Automotive ASIL compliant chip.
|Speaker Bio:||Deva Phanindra Kumar received M.Tech degree in Control systems and Instrumentation from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Chennai, India in 2006. In 2006, he joined the Automotive Sensor Technology group at Analog Devices Inc, Bangalore, India. He is engaged in design and verification of signal processing electronics of sensors. His current research interests include Signal-processing, Mixed-Signal ASIC design and verification and Functional Safety.|
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