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ARM Takes Critical Step for Functional Safety

Safety support applies to automotive, health and industrial markets
1/22/2015 05:00 AM EST
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DrQuine
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Resolving Opposing Needs
DrQuine   2/3/2015 4:09:18 PM
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It seems that there are two opposing needs that must be met. First, we want to make it impossible for component failures or hackers to alter the control parameters of the vehicle. For these reasons, hardware and software porotections are implemented. On the other hand, we want to authorized dealer to be able to implement product improvements and recall corrective actions. Is the solution to use encrypted chips which must be provided by the manufacturer? How else do we make it easy for the authorized dealer to implement changes while blocking the hacker?

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Re: Your ISO26262 experience?
collin0   1/22/2015 11:16:23 PM
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The released document from ARM must be very helpful for IC verdor SOC designers. Better embedded core may be released soon.

junko.yoshida
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Your ISO26262 experience?
junko.yoshida   1/22/2015 4:40:20 PM
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I would love to hear from you about your experience with ISO26262. How far are we into designing ISO26262-ready SoCs today?

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