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Standardizations

dSPACE actively participates in standardization bodies to share its long-standing experience of working with processes, methods, and tools in automotive software development.

ASAM e.V.

The Association for Standardization of Automation- and Measuring Systems provides standards for data models, interfaces, and syntax specifications for a variety of applications (e.g., testing, evaluation, simulation).

AUTOSAR Development Partnership

An industry partnership, founded to jointly develop and commercially release a standardized electrical/electronic (e/e) architecture concept.

FlexRay

FlexRay has established itself as a de-facto standard for in-vehicle, time-triggered communication systems.

Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI)

The Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) is an open standard for the tool-independent exchange and integration of plant models that are provided by various tool vendors.

FMI thus simplifies the use of best-in-class tools for specific modeling tasks and the consistent reuse of models. 

ISO 26262

ISO 26262 is a standard for safety-relevant electrics/electronics systems in road vehicles to ensure their functional safety. As a member of the Standards Committee Automotive, dSPACE was actively involved in the drafting of ISO 26262:2018. The standard strengthens the use of virtual test methods for the validation of safety-critical functions.

ISO/PAS 21448 SOTIF

ISO 21448 addresses the Safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF). It is a specification that provides safety guidance on autonomous vehicle functions. dSPACE offers a consultancy service to define measures that comply with SOTIF and implement them into processes, methodologies, tooling, and verification and validation criteria.

JasPar

JasPar is an industry partnership with the objective to promote automotive software technology and to cut development costs by encouraging Japanese companies to collaboratively develop non-competitive technologies (such as automotive LAN enabling technology, middleware and software platforms).

OPEN Alliance

OPEN Alliance is designed to encourage wide scale adoption of Ethernet-based, single pair unshielded cable networks as the standard in automotive applications.