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ISO 26262 Part 11 has been developed for semiconductors, however semiconductor companies face critical obstacles regarding high integrity levels of security while continually trying to reduce SoC time to market, offer value and remain cost efficient. How can semiconductor companies prepare to overcome these challenges?
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How can the semiconductor industry apply ISO 26262 Part 11 in the design process of highly configurable IPs? Antonio Priore, Senior Functional Safety Manager at ARM, discusses the standards application for semiconductors.
Oscar Ballans, Functional Safety Engineering Manager at Xilinx, discuses how semiconductor companies face obstacles regarding high integrity levels of security whilst trying to reduce SoC time to market for the automotive industry, and how to overcome these challenges.
IP of SoCs have become critical chip requirements to support the rapid push toward autonomous driving, With introduction of ISO 26262 Part 11, OEMs and IP integrators are looking how to adapt the standard.
Gustavo Espinosa, Senior Principal Engineer and Lead Architect for Functional Safety at Intel elaborates on how to apply the standard to requirements for systematic development of semiconductor devices.