As the prevalence of automated driving, electrification and connected vehicle applications increases, vehicle safety requirements are likewise becoming more stringent. Added to the fact that electrical and electronic (E/E) vehicle architecture complexity is increasing, solution architects and engineers are looking ways to manage design complexity, meet design constraints for functional safety of automotive E/E systems, achieve international compliance, and deliver a rich and flexible solution. In this webinar, you will find information about a holistic approach towards functional safety which helps to meet the requirements for automotive software.
What you'll learn:
- Examination of ISO 26262 “Road Vehicles – Functional Safety” standard and a gap analysis of its 2011 and 2018 releases
- Design considerations, including temporal and spatial isolation, effective core/memory utilization, reduced communication bandwidth, schedulability and end-to-end communication protection, for AUTOSAR-based electronic control units (ECUs)
- Probable fault scenarios and strategies to achieve freedom of interference among software components and functions with different safety integrity levels (ASIL) onto AUTOSAR-based automotive embedded architectures
- How the use of a multicore framework can help enable a mixed safety criticality system on a multicore system-on-chip (SoC), and how this framework establishes and maintains separated domains while still allowing for inter-processor communication