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The process of powering the vehicle by electricity, replacing vehicle components that operate on a conventional energy source with components that operate on electricity.
Functional safety development process that automotive OEMs and suppliers must follow and document to have their devices qualified to run inside commercial vehicles.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are making our roadways safer by bringing a variety of automated safety features to vehicles.
Relying on sensors, complex algorithms, powerful processors, and more, autonomous cars can sense and operate without human involvement.
ISO 26262 mandates a functional safety development process from specification through production release for automotive OEMs and suppliers to follow and document.
Vehicle electrification is the process of powering the vehicle by electricity, replacing vehicle components that operate on a conventional energy source with components that operate on electricity.
Automotive Safety Integrity Levels provide a risk classification system that guides the development of automotive designs from a functional safety standpoint.
There are six levels of vehicle autonomy, each defining increasingly sophisticated levels of driving automation.
The Motor Industry Software Reliability Association provides guidelines for developing safety- and security-related electronic systems, embedded control systems, and more.
Functional safety guidelines for hardware intend to prevent systematic design failures and detect and control random hardware faults.
As more connected vehicles hit the road, they must be protected from malicious hackers who attempt to exploit software vulnerabilities.
Triple Shift Left fosters safety and cost savings by transforming a traditionally serial automotive development process into a parallel one, helping you find mistakes earlier.