Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > ASIL

ASIL Search results

?
?
total search22 articles
2011-05-03 Microcontrollers enable ASIL D approved safety applications
Infineon has introduced the Signature Watchdog CIC61508, a safety watchdog that can be integrated into safety relevant applications of automotive products.
2015-04-06 Using ISO26262 compliant MEMS for automotive apps
Engineers developing safety functions using MEMS will need to make sure that their designs comply with the ISO26262 standard.
2014-12-15 Realigning test strategies for Internet of Things
The IoT brings with it the possibility of building much larger-scale systems, but it also raises a number of issues for effective validation and verification. Read more about these in this article.
2015-02-23 Grasping architectures for ISO 26262 systems
OS architecture is crucial in an ISO 26262 system as it is fundamental to overall system dependability and it determines how easy it is to protect components with different or equivalent ASIL requirements.
2014-12-01 Examining ISO 26262 from a developer's viewpoint
Here's an overview of the standard from system designer and implementer's viewpoint. It is based on QNX Software System's recent experience certifying its operating system to ISO 26262.
2013-12-17 Incorporate MPC5643L, MC33907/08 for safety apps
Know the MPC5643L and MC33907/08 feature sets, as well as the functional safety requirements that are satisfied to achieve ASIL D level of safety.
2010-01-26 Vector, TTTech tie-up for ECU software
Vector and TTTech Automotive have forged a partnership for the development and sales of standard software modules for car electronic control units (ECUs).
2016-05-09 V2x: 802.11p trumps LTE and 5G
Direct Short Range Communication, which is based on IEEE 802.11p, has been the subject of extensive standardisation, product development and field trials, proving its benefit for V2x.
2016-05-10 SiP styles for magnetic position sensors in automotive apps
Here is a case for using a complete MPOS system produced as a System-in-Package, thus relieving the automotive supplier of the need to produce a PCB assembly when implementing magnetic position sensing.
2012-02-27 Peek at upcoming in-vehicle networking trends
Find out how MOST has transitioned from being a niche technology to a widely adaptive standard.
2011-04-11 MOST150 1.0 includes coaxial cable
The MOST Cooperation, the standardization organization for the Media Oriented Systems Transport, has released the MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub-Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable.
2012-10-08 Maxim's high voltage sensor extends e-vehicle battery life
The MAX17823 device contributes to extending the driving range of electric vehicles while at the same time optimising the safety and reliability of batteries and fuel cells.
2014-04-09 Integrating MPC5643L, MC33907/08 for safety apps
Here are design guidelines for integrating the Freescale MPC5643L MCU and Freescale MC33907/08 System Basis Chip in automotive electric and electronic systems.
2013-04-16 Improving digital isolators' quality, reliability
Know how to enhance digital isolators with an extra level of qualification, additional inspections, and even greater test coverage.
2014-10-07 From the ground up: How ARM built Cortex M7
Promising to deliver 5 CoreMark/MHz, the new microarchitecture for embedded controllers has been designed from scratchrather than extending previous architectures from the M3 to the M4for IoT and other applications.
2015-01-21 Enabling augmented reality in automotives
Here's a look at R-Car Gen2 SoC family touted to enable ready to use advanced 3D surround view applications to offer the driver an immersive and safe experience.
2013-02-19 Employing MOST for driver assistance
Know how MOST can provide an overall optimal system solution meeting the requirements of infotainment and driver assistance as they grow together and face higher bandwidth needs.
2008-11-07 Dual-core MCUs meet automotive safety standards
Texas Instruments Inc. has launched what it claims to be the first ARM Cortex-R4F processor-based floating point, lock step dual-core automotive MCU.
2013-11-27 Designing GENIVI-based infotainment systems
Find out how to ensure the development of a top-performing GENIVI infotainment system at the right price.
2016-01-07 Cost-effectively transition to brushless DC motors
Brush-type DC motor solutions can be replaced 1:1 by a BLDC motor system, that on the outside, look like a conventional motor but inside pro- vide all advantages needed to realise intelligent motion control.
2016-02-09 Benefits of time-sensitive networking over Ethernet
Learn about the current and emerging automotive technologies that require time-sensitive networking over Ethernet, and know how IP can be leveraged to meet the complex requirements.
2015-01-09 Benefits of fault-tolerant SoCs for automotive market
Functional safety may be implemented faster and at a higher quality level through data protection and redundancy features incorporated across entire SoC designs.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top