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Sneak peek: Speech about the current topic “Evaluation of semiconductors as legacy parts and how ISO/FDIS 26262-8:2018 can help”


Evaluation of hardware elements is an alternative means of compliance with ISO 26262-5. Applicable either to commercial parts of the shelf (COTS) or parts that were not designed according to ISO 26262 but considered to be safety-related within the context of an ISO 26262 compliant item or element in which they are to be integrated.

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2nd edition ISO 26262 – Interview with the chair of the CTI ISO 26262 Conference USA


Professor Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy, Chair Software & Systems Engineering, Department of Informatics, Technical University of Munich, Germany

CTI:
Which are in your opinion the most important changes for companies regarding the 2nd edition ISO 26262?

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Static Verification of Non-Functional Requirements in the ISO-26262


The norm ISO-26262 aims at ascertaining the functional safety of Automotive Electric/Electronic Systems. It is not focused on purely functional system properties, but also demands to exclude nonfunctional safety hazards in case they are critical for a correct functioning of the system.

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