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So far Tim Lewis has created 244 blog entries.

Achieving ISO 26262 Certification with ASIL Ready IP

Achieving ISO 26262 certification for advanced driver assistance systems takes a combination of ASIL ready IP and rigorous development strategies. Rapid progress in the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technology is challenging the semiconductor industry to bring the rigorous safety standards used in the automotive industry to its design process. [...]

2nd February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Why End to End Testing is Required and How to Execute it?

End to End testing determines whether the application is performing according to the requirements or not. It considers real world scenarios, including communication with the hardware and database. This type of testing ensures accurate communication between system components and identifies various dependencies of an application. This article from 360logica explains why it is necessary and [...]

1st February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Securing IIoT networks: Will you meet the challenge?

The IIoT is widely considered to be one of the primary trends affecting industrial businesses today and in the future. A major concern surrounding the IIoT is interoperability and security which are probably the two biggest challenges surrounding the implementation of IIoT. This article explains what are numerous challenges that industries could face when implementing [...]

1st February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Verification of Functional Safety

Functional safety is becoming a key part of chip design, and an increasingly problematic one for many engineering teams. Verification flow of Functional safety for automotive SoCs must ensure zero design bugs, using coverage-driven functional verification, and zero safety risks, using a functional safety verification strategy that complies with the ISO 26262 automotive safety standard. [...]

1st February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

A Unified DFT Verification Methodology

In today’s fast-growing SoC, incomplete or ineffective DFT support due to poor specification or loose design practices can quickly become the critical path to making market windows and delivering products within cost restrictions. This article highlights a unified DFT verification methodology, aimed at providing a complete, methodical and fully automated path from test specification to [...]

31st January, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Over-the-air firmware: The critical driver of IoT success

In the early days of IoT, updating remote devices often caused intermittent disruption and performance degradation. As IoT platforms have matured, they have embraced a novel way to remotely and reliably update connected devices with little to no disruption: over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates. Over-the-air firmware updates refers to the practice of remotely updating the code [...]

31st January, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|