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AutomationDesk 5.0 speeds up ECU testing July 16, 2015AutomationDesk 5.0 speeds up ECU testing Embedded systems development and test tool vendor dSpace has launched version 5.0 of its AutomationDesk software. This test automation tool now contains numerous innovations. In total, the software enables a modernization of the ECU test process. This is particularly important for developers testing complex camera-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Read more Position sensor is immune to magnetic stray fields June 11, 2015Position sensor is immune to magnetic stray fields Rotary position sensors cover multiple application fields in vehicles. From electric power steering (EPS) to pumps, double-clutch transmissions, starter motors and alternators to windscreen wiper motors, in all these cases position sensing is an indispensible element of closed-loop control approaches. With its AS5147P, Austrian chip vendor ams AG covers those applications where high speed is required. Compatible with the requirements of the ISO 26262 functional safety standard, the device can be deployed in safety-relevant applications. Read more Synopsys IP speeds automotive SoC development June 8, 2015Synopsys IP speeds automotive SoC development In a semiconductor market environment in which the automotive section is hitting the gas pedal harder than any other, EDA tools company Synopsys is rounding off its offerings with a set of IP dedicated to this promising market. The enhancements of its DesignWare IP portfolio are even taking safety aspects into account – to a certain level. Read more Motor pre-driver chip meets ASIL-D April 2, 2015Motor pre-driver chip meets ASIL-D Meeting the highest safety level (ASIL-D) in the nomenclature of functional safety standard ISO 26262, Toshiba Electronics’ brushed motor pre-driver IC TB80507FG is suited for even the most critical applications in cars such as power steering. Read more Allegro rolls automotive-grade current sensors, receives ISO 26262 certification March 18, 2015Allegro rolls automotive-grade current sensors, receives ISO 26262 certification As a cost-effective solution without sacrificing accuracy positions Allegro MicroSystems Europe its latest products in the field of current sensing. The ACS724 and ACS725 AC and DC current sensors target industrial, automotive and communications applications markets. At the same time the semiconductor vendor highlights his competency in the automotive realm: The company recently received the ISO 26262 process certification. Read more
TI’s SafeTI software development certified to ISO 26262/IEC 61508
Tool kit is pre-certified for ISO 26262
Microchip, LDRA collaborate on functional safety
Motor pre-driver chip targets electric power steering
Static code analysis tools gain ISO26262, IEC61508, EN50128 certification
Better performance with new compiler
Green Hills tool certified for functional safety
Safety-compliant development tools for Renesas' RX series MCUs
ICs with enhanced monitoring functions contribute to automotive functional safety
Processor IP targets safety-critical applications
Embedded software test platform integrated with Autosar
Requirements lifecycle management tool targets safety-critical FPGA and ASIC design
PTC receives two automotive-relevant safety certificates
Microcontrollers meet safety level ASIL D
Motor control chipset supports functional safety requirements
Scaleo brings functional safety to the chip level - up to ASIL D
Platform for automotive digital instruments aims at next-gen ADAS, Clusters and Telematics
MCU and system basis chip combo ease design of safety-critical features
DO-178 software reuse in the ISO 26262 domain reduces cost for automotive suppliers
Multicore microcontroller supports ASIL D safety requirements
Embedded motor control design platform takes functional safety into account
Flexible architecture facilitates features integration into electric power steering
Real-time design methodology resolves trade-off between safety and efficiency
Mentor Graphics, Mecel offer Autosar 4.x software design solution
E/E development tool covers hazard and risk analysis
PRQA QA•C certified for ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 compliance
Software tool helps users to cope with ISO 26262
Infineon rolls multicore automotive microcontroller architecture
Toshiba presents automotive safety development kit
New MCUs could ease IEC 61508 SIL 3 and ISO 26262 ASIL-D system certification
Toshiba Automotive MCUs meet ISO 26262
MathWorks launches automatic C Code generator, ISO 26262-certifies Simulink
Elektrobit offers development support for safety-related software
Safety library eases certification
OpenSynergy, Sysgo cooperate on safety-critical software platform
Wind River rolls safe and secure partitioning for industrial and automotive applications

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