ISO 26262: Innovations & challenges


Automotive IQ
03/06/2018

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The proliferation of electronic systems in passenger cars has led to the steady development of new and existing automotive standards to ensure continued functional safety.

One such standard, ISO 26262, is an adaptation of the more general International Electromechanical Commission (IEC) 61508 functional safety standard. ISO 26262 specifically defines functional safety for automotive Electric/ Electronic (E/E) equipment and addresses possible hazards caused by the malfunctioning of E/E systems in passenger vehicles.

INDEX

02 Contents

03 Introduction

04 Executive summary

05 Part I: ISO26262

     05  Functional vehicular safety reaches world status

     12  The role of functional safety to autonomous vehicles and AI

     20  Jaguar Land Rover on ISO26262 and functional safety

22 Part II: ISO26262 for Semiconductors

     22  Pitfalls and possible solutions on improving the functional safety of Semiconductors

     28  Functional safety starts with the supplier

     34  What challenges does autonomous driving pose to ISO26262 Part II?

     39  Sensata discusses the main challeges in the application of ISO26262 to Semiconductors

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