Developing complex E/E systems in the automotive sector with ever more safety-critical functions, especially in the area of autonomous driving, raises the question of how to guarantee the reliability of the functions if real in-vehicle tests can no longer cover all conceivable risks.
ISO 26262 for functional safety and ISO/PAS 21448 for the safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) provide the necessary clarity. In future, compliance with these standards will be mandatory for the type approval of automotive systems with automation level 2 and higher.
dSPACE supports you in developing test strategies based on ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 21448 and integrating the new strategies seamlessly into established development processes. The required experience and detailed knowledge both in the field of functional safety and for testing are brought to the table by our experts who have successfully worked on international projects.
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