With automotive systems requiring increasing amounts of compute power and software content, an increase in effort from functional safety requires further automation to reach ISO 26262 certification. In this presentation, we’ll walk through the main requirements of ISO 26262 certification for hardware IP/SoCs, and the process by which they are obtained. We’ll discuss how bringing together best-in-class technologies for FMEA, FMEDA and fault campaign management under a single unified flow can reduce the effort of reaching ASIL certification.
3 Key Points:
More automation required.
Several engines needed.
Yassine is a veteran in the EDA industry with 20 years of service at Synopsys. He has worked on several parts of the IC design and verification flow, ranging from synthesis, ATPG to verification. Yassine is currently Synopsys FuSa verification expert for digital IPs and SoCs, and provide technical guidance and support to Synopsys customers in the UK.
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