STMicroelectronics’ Experience: Synopsys Logic BIST for Automotive and Safety-Critical Designs
ICs targeted for safety-critical applications must be able to perform in-system self-test in compliance with functional safety standards such as ISO 26262. In this webinar, Synopsys highlights synthesis-based logic BIST that addresses the self-test requirements for safety-critical designs. Our guest speaker from STMicroelectronics presents results and details of Synopsys’ test solution successfully deployed on production designs.
Cinzia Bartolommei, Senior DFT Engineer, STMicroelectronics; Adam Cron, Principal Engineer, Synopsys; Chris Allsup, Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Jul 30, 2015
Automotive Ethernet Moving to Time-Sensitive Environments
Learn about the required network connectivity for automotive applications like ADAS and the importance of integrating Ethernet IP that is certified to be ASIL B Ready for ISO 26262 functional safety.
John Swanson, Product Line Manager, Synopsys
Jul 14, 2015
"Shift Left" Functional Safety for Automotive System Development
Since safety is one of the most challenging problems in the automotive industry, we will look at fault mode and effect analysis (FMEA) using virtual prototyping and physical modeling and simulation.
Nicolas Brown, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Victor Reyes, Technical Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Apr 15, 2015
Ethernet in the Connected World
In the connected world, data management and robust networking is essential. Learn about new networking demands for data management between connected devices, market trends and IEEE standards.
John A. Swanson, Product Line Manager, Synopsys
Sep 23, 2014
Advanced Mixed-Signal Design and Verification of Smartcar ICs
In this webinar, Micronas and Synopsys discuss the breadth of automotive IC applications, challenges in design implementation and verification and the solutions that stemmed from their collaboration.
Mario Anton, Micronas; Gernot Koch, Micronas; Marco Casale-Rossi, Synopsys
Jul 31, 2014
Designing with Non-Volatile Memory for High-Volume Automotive ICs
Learn about the challenges with designing high-volume automotive ICs and the associated non-volatile memory requirements for high performance, high reliability, and optimized area.
Angela Raucher, Product Line Manager, Synopsys; Martin Niset Senior R&D Manager, Synopsys
Jul 15, 2014
Synopsys Automotive Solutions
The electrical and electronic content of modern vehicles continues to grow creating many significant design and verification challenges for automotive OEMs and Tier 1 companies. This webinar provides an overview of these challenges and how Synopsys’ automotive solutions for under-the-hood and driver assistance applications are helping automotive companies worldwide manage the increasing software content and system complexity due to the proliferation of electronic hardware and power systems in modern automobiles.
David Park, Solutions Marketing; Marc Serughetti, Business Development; Chris Aden, Electrical System Design; Angela Sutton, FPGA Implementation; John A. Swanson, Systems Group. All presenters are from Synopsys.
Nov 14, 2012
Reliability and Qualification of MTP NVM IP from Commercial to Automotive Applications
How Synopsys designs and executes on a silicon testing methodology for embedded MTP NVM IP technology, enabling SoC designers with reliable and qualified solutions for their end applications.
Martin Niset, Senior Product and Test Engineering Manager, Synopsys
Oct 05, 2011
Using Simulation to Implement a Robust Design Flow
Listen to our Robust Design Web Seminar to discover how Robust Design methodologies coupled with Synopsys' Saber simulation and analysis solution can improve your design performance and reliability for mechatronic systems.
Mike Jensen, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Dec 10, 2006

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