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Model-Based Software Development According to ISO 26262

Presenter: Michael Beine, Lead Product Manager Data Management and Production Code Generation, dSPACE GmbH

Model-based development and automatic production code generation have become widespread over the last few years, especially in the automotive industry. The automotive industry is using these methods to handle increasing requirements, greater complexity, and shorter development times. At the same time, more and more safety-relevant systems are being installed in today’s vehicles. To establish a uniform, generally recognized procedure for developing such safety-relevant systems, car makers, suppliers and providers all over the world are working on an automotive-specific safety standard, ISO 26262. This webinar provides solutions for performing model-based development and automatic production code generation according to ISO 26262 requirements.

  • Review processes, methods and tools for engaging development work in Simulink®/Stateflow® and TargetLink® to fulfill the requirements of ISO 26262 for safety-relevant systems up to ASIL D, the highest safety level, including:
  • Traceability of requirements
  • Restriction to a suitable language subset
  • Compliance with modeling and coding guidelines
  • Functional tests
  • Coverage analyses at model and code levels
Duration: 60 minutes

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