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Software and Electronics are one of the most important drivers for innovation within the automotive industry. The biggest challenges are the complexity of the architecture, standardization questions, the software development process itself and the necessity to guarantee functional safety.

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Contributor: Siraj Ahmed Shaikh
Posted: Tue, 05/03/2016
SirajAhmed
Automotive IQ had the opportunity to interview Dr. Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, Reader in Cyber Security from Coventry University, who was the chairman at this years' cyber security conference, on the current challenges within the industry. Full Content »
Posted: Wed, 07/15/2015
Three Ways to Deliver Safer and More Secure Automotive Software
With software-driven innovation comes the reality of coding defects, failures, and the potential to become a target for hackers. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 06/11/2015
Enabling a more secure process for automobile manufacturing all around
Automakers and supplier companies are increasingly starting to adopt cyber security solutions to protect critical data or any digital asset stored in a vehicle or any vehicle related digital memory device. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 06/09/2015
Embedded Compilers for the needs of today's and tomorrow's automotive industry
This Whitepaper explains how TASKING embedded compilers contribute to the needs of the industry with a special focus on the ISO 26262 functional safety standard. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 05/12/2015
Software as a Process
The past year was a tipping point for the software industry, where the impacts of code faults in the field were felt far beyond the limited confines of our own development teams. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 03/31/2015
Understanding how to use, test and secure your code: Automotive Software Development Survey Report
We surveyed our international members with a background in IT and software to help illustrate your needs, by understanding how to use, test, and secure your code with a special focus on open source solutions. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 02/19/2015
Accelerate Automotive Innovation to Top Speed while controlling Risk at Every Turn
While opening up great new opportunities, integration of software into automotive mechatronics also presents unprecedented challenges to development teams. Full Content »
Contributor: Matthias Marx
Posted: Thu, 02/05/2015
Matthias Marx

In this Podcast we speak to Adrian Fluckiger, Major Account Executive also at Rogue Wave Software, about how Rogue Wave helps to deliver more secure, compliant and defect-free software for the automotive industry.

Developers in the automotive software supply chain are spending more time and effort -- and consequently money -- on the latter... Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 11/30/2014
Three Strategies to reduce risk in Automotive/In-Vehicle Software Development

Go beyond error detection to ensure safety and security


Developing in-vehicle embedded applications is a safety, security, and quality challenge. Given that cars and trucks are increasingly connected to each other and to the devices around them, it’s becoming harder and harder to ensure that software is functional and free from risk... Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Thu, 10/23/2014
colinpawsey

Earlier this month Audi unveiled the TT Sportback Concept vehicle at the Paris Motor Show 2014. Billed as a speedy sports car with four seats and five doors, the Sportback concept was revealed alongside the new TT Roadster and TTS Roadster, which have been revamped for 2015. All three vehicles, when available, will benefit from Audi’s... Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Fri, 09/12/2014

Automotive IQ managing editor, Will Hornick spoke with Bill Taylor, Managing Partner at kVA USA about functional safety and the ISO 26262 standard. Their conversation covered the challenges that many automotive companies are dealing with in implementing this state of the art functional safety standard and developments in the industry making... Full Content »
45 results
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45 results
of 5
Contributor: Siraj Ahmed Shaikh
Posted: Tue, 05/03/2016
SirajAhmed
Automotive IQ had the opportunity to interview Dr. Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, Reader in Cyber Security from Coventry University, who was the chairman at this years' cyber security conference, on the current challenges within the industry. Full Content »
Posted: Wed, 07/15/2015
Three Ways to Deliver Safer and More Secure Automotive Software
With software-driven innovation comes the reality of coding defects, failures, and the potential to become a target for hackers. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 06/11/2015
Enabling a more secure process for automobile manufacturing all around
Automakers and supplier companies are increasingly starting to adopt cyber security solutions to protect critical data or any digital asset stored in a vehicle or any vehicle related digital memory device. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 06/09/2015
Embedded Compilers for the needs of today's and tomorrow's automotive industry
This Whitepaper explains how TASKING embedded compilers contribute to the needs of the industry with a special focus on the ISO 26262 functional safety standard. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 05/12/2015
Software as a Process
The past year was a tipping point for the software industry, where the impacts of code faults in the field were felt far beyond the limited confines of our own development teams. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 03/31/2015
Understanding how to use, test and secure your code: Automotive Software Development Survey Report
We surveyed our international members with a background in IT and software to help illustrate your needs, by understanding how to use, test, and secure your code with a special focus on open source solutions. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 02/19/2015
Accelerate Automotive Innovation to Top Speed while controlling Risk at Every Turn
While opening up great new opportunities, integration of software into automotive mechatronics also presents unprecedented challenges to development teams. Full Content »
Contributor: Matthias Marx
Posted: Thu, 02/05/2015
Matthias Marx

In this Podcast we speak to Adrian Fluckiger, Major Account Executive also at Rogue Wave Software, about how Rogue Wave helps to deliver more secure, compliant and defect-free software for the automotive industry.

Developers in the automotive software supply chain are spending more time and effort -- and consequently money -- on the latter... Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 11/30/2014
Three Strategies to reduce risk in Automotive/In-Vehicle Software Development

Go beyond error detection to ensure safety and security


Developing in-vehicle embedded applications is a safety, security, and quality challenge. Given that cars and trucks are increasingly connected to each other and to the devices around them, it’s becoming harder and harder to ensure that software is functional and free from risk... Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Thu, 10/23/2014
colinpawsey

Earlier this month Audi unveiled the TT Sportback Concept vehicle at the Paris Motor Show 2014. Billed as a speedy sports car with four seats and five doors, the Sportback concept was revealed alongside the new TT Roadster and TTS Roadster, which have been revamped for 2015. All three vehicles, when available, will benefit from Audi’s... Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Fri, 09/12/2014

Automotive IQ managing editor, Will Hornick spoke with Bill Taylor, Managing Partner at kVA USA about functional safety and the ISO 26262 standard. Their conversation covered the challenges that many automotive companies are dealing with in implementing this state of the art functional safety standard and developments in the industry making... Full Content »
45 results
of 5
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Thu, 10/23/2014
colinpawsey

Earlier this month Audi unveiled the TT Sportback Concept vehicle at the Paris Motor Show 2014. Billed as a speedy sports car with four seats and five doors, the Sportback concept was revealed alongside the new TT Roadster and TTS Roadster, which have been revamped for 2015. All three vehicles, when available, will benefit from Audi’s innovative... Full Column »
Posted: Wed, 07/15/2015
Three Ways to Deliver Safer and More Secure Automotive Software
With software-driven innovation comes the reality of coding defects, failures, and the potential to become a target for hackers. Full Sector Report »
Posted: Wed, 11/21/2012
Interview with Roger Rivett about ISO 26262

Joanna Scheffel caught up with Roger Rivett of Jaguar/Land Rover and asked him about his experiences with the ISO 26262 standard. Roger has taken a leading role in our conferences on functional safety both as a presenter and an advisor.



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Contributor: Matthias Marx
Posted: Thu, 02/05/2015
Automotive IQ Portal
In this Podcast we speak to Adrian Fluckiger, Major Account Executive also at Rogue Wave Software, about how Rogue Wave helps to deliver more secure, compliant and defect-free software for the automotive industry. Developers in the automotive software supply chain are spending more time and effort -- and consequently money -- on the latter Full Podcast »
45 results
of 5
Contributor: Siraj Ahmed Shaikh
Posted: Tue, 05/03/2016
SirajAhmed
Automotive IQ had the opportunity to interview Dr. Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, Reader in Cyber Security from Coventry University, who was the chairman at this years' cyber security conference, on the current challenges within the industry. Full Content »
Posted: Wed, 07/15/2015
Three Ways to Deliver Safer and More Secure Automotive Software
With software-driven innovation comes the reality of coding defects, failures, and the potential to become a target for hackers. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 06/11/2015
Enabling a more secure process for automobile manufacturing all around
Automakers and supplier companies are increasingly starting to adopt cyber security solutions to protect critical data or any digital asset stored in a vehicle or any vehicle related digital memory device. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 06/09/2015
Embedded Compilers for the needs of today's and tomorrow's automotive industry
This Whitepaper explains how TASKING embedded compilers contribute to the needs of the industry with a special focus on the ISO 26262 functional safety standard. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 05/12/2015
Software as a Process
The past year was a tipping point for the software industry, where the impacts of code faults in the field were felt far beyond the limited confines of our own development teams. Full Content »
Posted: Tue, 03/31/2015
Understanding how to use, test and secure your code: Automotive Software Development Survey Report
We surveyed our international members with a background in IT and software to help illustrate your needs, by understanding how to use, test, and secure your code with a special focus on open source solutions. Full Content »
Posted: Thu, 02/19/2015
Accelerate Automotive Innovation to Top Speed while controlling Risk at Every Turn
While opening up great new opportunities, integration of software into automotive mechatronics also presents unprecedented challenges to development teams. Full Content »
Contributor: Matthias Marx
Posted: Thu, 02/05/2015
Matthias Marx

In this Podcast we speak to Adrian Fluckiger, Major Account Executive also at Rogue Wave Software, about how Rogue Wave helps to deliver more secure, compliant and defect-free software for the automotive industry.

Developers in the automotive software supply chain are spending more time and effort -- and consequently money -- on the latter... Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 11/30/2014
Three Strategies to reduce risk in Automotive/In-Vehicle Software Development

Go beyond error detection to ensure safety and security


Developing in-vehicle embedded applications is a safety, security, and quality challenge. Given that cars and trucks are increasingly connected to each other and to the devices around them, it’s becoming harder and harder to ensure that software is functional and free from risk... Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: Thu, 10/23/2014
colinpawsey

Earlier this month Audi unveiled the TT Sportback Concept vehicle at the Paris Motor Show 2014. Billed as a speedy sports car with four seats and five doors, the Sportback concept was revealed alongside the new TT Roadster and TTS Roadster, which have been revamped for 2015. All three vehicles, when available, will benefit from Audi’s... Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: Fri, 09/12/2014

Automotive IQ managing editor, Will Hornick spoke with Bill Taylor, Managing Partner at kVA USA about functional safety and the ISO 26262 standard. Their conversation covered the challenges that many automotive companies are dealing with in implementing this state of the art functional safety standard and developments in the industry making... Full Content »
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