Junko Yoshida, EETimes
3/9/2017 01:25 PM EST
PARIS — Where does the automotive industry stand today on the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) of the SoCs in their current ADAS models or in the autonomous cars on their drawing boards?
Functional Safety for Automotive standards, defined by ISO 26262, ensure that systems function correctly to avoid hazardous situations, and, more importantly, demonstrate an ability to detect and manage faults. There are four levels of rigor, from ASIL A to ASIL D, with ASIL D representing the highest integrity requirements. ASIL D, for example, means that a product’s single points of failure in the entire system are less than 1%.
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