ISO 26262 – The Second Edition: what’s in it… and what isn’t

Carmakers are steadily integrating higher volumes of automated driving features into road vehicles, making functional safety a top priority for their whole industry.This article highlights how to handle the development of autonomous vehicles and outlines the next edition of ISO26262 standard which includes a lot of upgrades, eliminates the weight limit, and thereby expand its [...]

2018-04-18T06:45:07+00:00 18th April, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

7 steps to safety on healthcare data

IoT devices are offering extraordinary benefits in healthcare, from improving patient outcomes, staff effectiveness and operational cost savings. But they could also bring with them new security risks. Any type of connected device is a potential risk, so it’s imperative that healthcare institutions do everything they can to stem the flow of malicious attackers. This [...]

2018-04-04T08:08:09+00:00 4th April, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

What challenges does autonomous driving pose to ISO 26262?

In today's automotive development, safety is a critical objective, and the emergence of standards such as ISO 26262 has helped focus industry practices to address safety in a systematic and consistent way. This article examines how to overcome the challenges that autonomous driving pose to the revised ISO 26262 functional safety standard. Read More Learn [...]

2018-03-23T06:47:41+00:00 23rd March, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Is ISO 26262 just a pain in the ASIL?

The ASIL is a key component for ISO 26262 compliance. ISO 26262 provides an automotive-specific approach to determine ASIL levels and specifies measures to validate and confirm that the safety levels are achieved. This article examines how ASILs are determined and their implications for the design, building, and validation of safety-related electronic systems in automobiles [...]

2018-03-16T07:00:00+00:00 16th March, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Functional vehicular safety reaches world status

The automotive software industry is looking at perhaps the biggest era of change since vehicles began using computer components to regulate simple systems. With the advent of fully electric vehicles and autonomous vehicular research, manufacturers and regulators are concerned with all functional aspects of vehicles, including electronic and data security.This article explores why the heart [...]

2018-03-09T06:56:54+00:00 9th March, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

What’s driving safety in autonomous vehicles?

At some future point, when vehicles reliably and instantly communicate with each other in all traffic patterns, its daunting task for them to communicate in case of emergencies. This article explores what will machine do in a life-threatening situation. Read More Learn more about how T&VS Automotive Verification and Test solutions help to address the [...]

2018-03-07T07:00:37+00:00 7th March, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Safety, Requirements Engineering and Proof of Implementation

Serrie-justine Chapman, asureSIGN Product Manager and Requirements Engineering Consultant at TVS, recently spoke on “Safety Standards and how they affect the design and verification community” at the DVClub Europe Conference which took place on 20 October 2015. The Presentation Slides of “Safety, Requirements Engineering and Proof of Implementation” are available now

2015-10-29T09:27:00+00:00 29th October, 2015|Active Event, Blog, Events|
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