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Automotive Safety Island - Management of Test, Safety and Security Data for ISO26262


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Automotive Test Solutions Manager, Siemens EDA
As the functional safety and security content and complexity increases within automotive devices, the amount of control and monitoring required also increases. To address this requirement, the move to an embedded CPU and software-controlled implementation is becoming extremely popular.

This implementation is commonly referred to as a “safety island” and this provides a scalable solution. This session will explore the concepts around a typical safety island implementation along with examples.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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> Leslie Drewery
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Great overview, I now have a far greater respect for innovation in the automotive industry.

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