RTL Synthesis & Test White Paper

Achieving ISO 26262 Software Tool Confidence for Improved Automotive Functional Safety

Achieving ISO 26262 Software Tool Confidence for Improved Automotive Functional Safety The rapid adoption of advanced electronic systems in automobiles has prompted the automotive industry to develop the ISO 26262 functional safety standard to address the potential risks associated with failures in these systems. ISO 26262 is derived from the more general IEC 61508 standard and defines requirements for the design and test processes of electrical and electronics (EE)-based automotive safety-related systems. Although the standard applies to hardware and software elements of these systems, this paper discusses only the hardware elements - more specifically, the design flow and related EDA tool confidence evaluation process related to the implementation of digital and analog/mixed-signal (AMS) integrated circuits (ICs).

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