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2014-03-03 Xilinx, LRDA streamline safety compliance with platform
LDRA and Xilinx team up to provide a platform that ensures compliance with safety standards including DO-178, IEC 61508, and ISO 26262
2013-12-05 Xilinx outs comprehensive functional safety design package
The company's functional safety package includes a TUV SUD certified design methodology and tools that promise to increase design productivity and reduce certification risks.
2013-06-19 TI teams with Hitex to develop safety kit
SafeTI Hitex Safety Kit enables developers to evaluate SafeTI components for use in their designs requiring compliance to functional safety standards such as ISO26262 and IEC 61508.
2013-11-27 Safety software package aimed at industrial automation
Renesas safety software package for its 32bit RX631 and RX63N MCU Groups claims to offer a detailed safety manual to significantly reduce development time for designs
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
2010-03-18 Li-ion safety monitor controls six voltages, two temp inputs
Analog Devices Inc. has launched a Li-ion battery monitoring and protection system that integrates all necessary components, including voltage and current measurement, signal isolation and safety monitoring
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.
2013-12-17 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.
2014-05-23 Hercules MCUs accommodate safety-critical systems
The 32bit dual-core lockstep MCUs from TI use ARM Cortex-R5 with speeds up to 330MHz, offering a 50 per cent increase in computational performance over previous models.
2012-04-04 Functional safety features in modern MCUs
Understand the key functional safety features present in modern semiconductor devices, allowing customers to run safety relevant tasks in their applications.
2013-05-22 Enhance functional safety in embedded designs
Find out how to increase functional safety in networked embedded designs.
2015-10-29 Enabling functional safety in industrial apps
There is an increase in integration of FPGAs into applications found on the factory floor due to their long lifetimes, high processing bandwidth, and flexibility to integrate many IP technologies.
2013-10-22 Elmos unveils safety chip with integrated pressure sensor
The E524.40 pressure sensor IC from Elmos is able to detect sudden changes in pressure independent of average ambient air pressure.
2012-11-09 Altera's Safety Data Package accelerates design time
The updated functional safety data package accelerates customer's certification process, enabling developers to dramatically decrease their development time.
2009-10-12 32bit MCUs drive safety applications in cars
Freescale and STMicroelectronics announce a jointly-developed dual-core MCU family aimed at functional safety applications for car electronics.
2007-09-03 Perform hassle-free test for safety-critical apps
Safety-critical products can now be manufacturing-tested using ICT or MDA with full accuracy at high speed, directly followed by a functional testall of which can be done on one test system.
2012-08-27 Parallel voltage measurements in functional test of car ECUs
Know how to use a multichannel high voltage DAQ module to improve fault coverage.
2014-08-06 Examining safety standards for transformer design
To let you easily identify which standard to apply, we have compiled the scopes and descriptions of the most typical standards referred to by electronics manufacturers.
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.
2012-03-27 Car MEMS may face safety hurdles
Despite the expected benefits of using sensors in automobiles such as in self-parking, a recent standardISO26262could derail the anticipated MEMS market growth.
2005-08-08 CANopen safety chip simplifies safety-related development
Safety-related devices are increasingly being networked together. Expensive safety controllers and safety monitors are available already, but the number of simple and inexpensive safety-related devices is still low. Networked safety technology makes sense only if the peripherals are available at acceptable prices
2007-11-08 Automotive functional tester speeds product deployment
Agilent's new low-cost, small-footprint automotive functional tester includes the essential capabilities needed to accelerate test-solution development and deployment, helping manufacturers get their products to market faster
2010-10-22 TI, Yogitech accelerate SO26262 enablement
Texas Instruments and Yogitech have joined forces to speed ISO26262 enablement of 65nm TMS570 safety MCUs, making the devices suitable for use in systems requiring automotive safety compliance
2015-03-12 Suppress jitter in Hall-effect sensor design
Find out how the signal path design influences the jitter performance of the output signal, and know the diverse design approaches taken to solve this problem.
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.
2008-01-22 Cars still safe in face of electric power failure, say automakers
While airplanes crash in the case of a total electric power failure, cars merely get less comfortabledespite an increasing content of safety-critical electronic systems. At least this is what the automotive industry promises
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.
2015-03-04 Basics of software standards compliance
Learn about the approach that IEC 61508 advocates for performing a system safety assessment and how that is then used to determine the target system failure rates
2007-10-09 Stress sensor aids in man-machine interface research
Stress levels can be measured using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), and the data can be used to improve the man-machine interface
2013-06-13 Innovative encryption scheme secures cloud
The technology enables a Web user to send encrypted data to a server in the cloud, which would process it without decrypting it and send back a still-encrypted result.
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