One example of increasing requirements that are contributing to growing electronic system complexity relates to safety-critical designs, such as ISO 26262, Road vehicles – Functional safety. ISO 26262 is an international standard defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for functional safety of electrical and/or electronic systems. Adherence to the standard provides unique challenges to companies who have previously developed automotive products as well as companies looking to enter into the automotive market. Ensuring that products meet safety requirements, are deployed on time, and within their budget requires a holistic methodology that spans across planning, design, and verification. But a question often heard from many engineers trying to get their heads around the ISO 26262 process is “where do I start?” To address this, we have launched a new course out on the Verification Academy titled Introduction to ISO 26262.
The purpose of this course is to provide engineers and managers with a basic understanding of the key concepts of ISO 26262. This includes information on the scope of the standard, how the standard addresses the broader automotive supply chain, and key requirements defined at each phase of the product lifecycle
The first video session in the course, ISO 26262 in Simple Terms, provides you with an understanding of the core mission, scope, and key concepts of ISO 26262. While the second video session, Requirements Management, teaches you the workflow of requirements, the artifacts that must be captured to successfully pass an assessment, and the importance of automated data management. Upcoming video sessions will cover multiple aspects of the ISO 26262 process, such as: safety planning, safety analysis, safety insertion, and safety verification.
In addition to our new Introduction to ISO 26262 course, we offer seven functional safety on-demand technical sessions:
- The Automotive Digital Twin – Virtual or Virtually Impossible
- Accelerating ISO 26262 Functional Safety Verification
- Demonstrating Functional Safety Compliance in Automotive IC Design
- ISO 26262 & From Analysis to Fault Campaigns – Parts 1 & 2
- How Formal Reduces Fault Analysis for ISO 26262 – Part 3
- Requirement Tracing in the ISO 26262 World – Part 4
- System Design Management for Automotive Functional Safety
Plus, we offer twenty white papers, fifteen published articles, eight blogs, and a myriad of other resources focused on functional safety. All this is free and available to you out on the Verification Academy. Check us out!