Meeting ISO 26262 Guidelines for Software in Connected Cars



Automotive IQ
09/01/2016

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Meeting ISO 26262 Guidelines for Software in Connected Cars

The average car today contains up to 100 million lines of code. Software controls everything from safety critical systems like brakes and power steering, to basic vehicle controls like doors and windows.  The ISO 26262 standard is comprised of 10 parts that span the breadth of the automotive safety lifecycle.  Download the white paper to understand how the Synopsys Software Integrity Platform products apply to ISO 26262 Part 6: Product Development: Software Level.

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Through its Software Integrity Platform, Synopsys provides advanced solutions for improving the quality and security of software. This comprehensive platform of automated analysis and testing technologies integrates seamlessly into the software development process and enables organizations to detect and remediate quality defects, security vulnerabilities, and compliance issues early in the software development lifecycle, as well as gain security assurance and visibility throughout their software supply chain. Currently, 11 out of the 15 top automotive OEMs use Synopsys Software Integrity solutions.

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