Dave Kelf, OneSpin Solutions
EETimes (7/14/2017 02:41 PM EDT)
Reducing the risk of malfunctions that could ultimately lead to the physical harm of road users is a huge challenge. That's why many of the auto makers turn to formal verification.
The automotive industry is undergoing a period of rapid and disruptive transformations. Apparently, self-driving cars will be ready for urban ride-sharing fleets and equipped with no steering wheel or pedals by 2021. Vehicle-to-everything connectivity, autonomous driving, a new generation of human-machine interfaces and new industry players will bring a level of unprecedented creativity and innovation.
Innovation brings on new challenges. Chip verification design engineers of automotive and other mission-critical applications are facing two fresh challenges –– safety and security. The New York Times recently reported that security experts are in high demand with automobile manufacturers to help tackle cybersecurity threats. Security experts have it covered!
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