Methodics Webinar: Achieving a Traceable Semiconductor Design and IP Methodology for ISO 26262 Compliance

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
2019-05-14
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM CET

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While separate solutions may exist for traceability of requirements, design data, and verification results, these solutions are often disconnected and therefore error prone when members of hardware and software design teams attempt to share and track data.

Providing full traceability for each element or IP in the overall project is often a time-consuming and tedious manual process that often breaks the links between requirements and the development teams. There needs to be an automatically traceable path from requirements through design to verification and tape-out in order to guarantee that all changes made in any area of the development path and in any area of the design hierarchy will be accurately reflected and accounted for in the other areas.

To meet this need, Methodics has developed the PercipientTM IP Lifecycle management (IPLM) platform to provide design teams with a fully traceable environment for tracking IP in an organization while simply performing their day-to-day design work, whether that work is analog, digital, software, embedded software, or final assembly. With Percipient, traceability is inherently built-in to the design process, not "added on".

By working within Percipient-generated design workspaces to perform their day-to-day work, designers can ensure the traceability of requirements and the collection of evidence that supports the documentation needed to show compliance to requirements. The Percipient platform can also automatically generate documentation from its own meta data and the integrations to other engineering systems to simplify the creation of safety manuals and the documentation of evidence needed for ISO 26262 compliance.

Please join us for a presentation on how to setup a methodology for a traceable semiconductor design process, and an overview and demo of how the Percipient platform can help design teams meet compliance to the ISO 26262 standard.

Please note US webinar start times:
10:00 AM PDT
01:00 PM EDT

In case you have issues registering for this webinar, please contact tom.phillips@automotive-iq.com

Presenters:

Michael Munsey
VP Corporate Strategy & Business Development
Methodics Inc.
Michael Munsey has over 25 years experience in Engineering Design Automation and Semiconductor Companies. Prior to joining Methodics, Michael was Senior Director of Strategy and Product Marketing for semiconductors, software life cycle management, and IoT at Dassault Systemes. Along with strategic initiatives, he was responsible for business development, partnerships, and cross-industry initiatives such as automotive electronics, and M&A in the above areas. Michael began his career with IBM as an ASIC designer before making the move over to EDA where he has held various senior and executive-level positions in marketing, sales, and business development. He was a member of the founding teams for Sente and Silicon Dimensions, and also worked for established companies including Cadence, VIEWLogic, and Tanner EDA. Michael received his BSEE from Tufts University.
Rien Gahlsdorf
Director of Application Engineering
Methodics Inc.

Rien Gahlsdorf is the Director of Application Engineering at Methodics where he endeavors to create a clear customer understanding of the product, and a clear product alignment with the customer. Rien brings over 20 years of experience in product development and support, technical sales, and analog and RF design to his role at Methodics, which he joined in 2016. Rien received his MBA from Boston University.

Vishal Moondhra
VP of Solutions Engineering
Methodics, Inc

Vishal Moondhra has over 20 years experience in Digital Design and Verification. He has held engineering and senior management positions with innovative startups including IgT and Montalvo, and large multinationals including Intel and Sun. In 2008, Vishal co-founded Missing Link Tools, which built the industry's first comprehensive DV management solution, bringing together all aspects of verification management. Methodics acquired Missing Link Tools in 2012.

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