Tag Archives: Automotive

Conflating ISO 26262 and DO-254

Increasingly, the DO-254 industry is turning to general purpose computing platforms to implement functionality with safety of life implications. This is creating opportunities for electronics to be developed that can be used to support both avionics and automotive applications. These two domains employ somewhat similar design assurance guidelines for electronic hardware found in ISO 26262 and DO-254. Each guideline addresses safety-requirements, design activities, verification and validation, and configuration management. This article describes a difference between both ISO 26262 and DO-254 and outlines how to combine both the standards into a one standard.

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Automotive Mega-trends, Safety and Requirements Management

Driving has never been better. The newest cars on the road are equipped with active safety features that help protect drivers and passengers.However, as vehicles become more connected and automated, security is of greater concern. Vehicles are an attractive target for hackers. This article describes the major mega-trends of automotive and explains how to stay competitive in safety-critical applications with requirements management.

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Connected Cars, Autonomous Vehicles, And the IoT

As the IoT revs up the automotive industry, connected cars are becoming “devices on wheels” with in-vehicle systems connected to the internet. At the same time, car manufacturers are redoubling their efforts to bring automated cars into widespread use.

This article highlights how IoT-related technologies is drawing the map in the automotive industry, and how connected car is driving the IoT revolution on the roads and in the economy of the future.

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Aftermarket Technology: The New Connected Car?

Realistically, 2017 won’t be the year we see major developments in the connected car market. But when we do, the first to come will likely occur in the aftermarket space so drivers can expand beyond the smart homes to bring connectivity to their cars. This article explores the three reasons why aftermarket will be an area to watch in the future. Read More


Learn more about how T&VS Automotive Verification and Test solutions help to address the challenges of delivering safe, secure and compliant automotive products.