Sibros automotive OTA products get ASIL D safety certification

Sibros automotive OTA products get ASIL D safety certification
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Sibros automotive OTA products get ASIL D safety certification
By Christoph Hammerschmidt


Connected vehicle software and data management platform company Sibros has received an ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification for its Deep Updater and Bootloader products, issued by UL, a global safety certificate provider.

Sibros is offering Deep Connected Platform, an Over-the-Air (OTA) embedded vehicle software and cloud data management solution. The two key products within this platform that now were certified for ASIL-D include Deep Updater, which manages electronic control unit (ECU) software packages and firmware updates, and Sibros Bootloaders, responsible for downloading and verifying ECU application images and executable commands.

Engineered as a comprehensive automotive OTA software management system, Sibros enables original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to deliver deep, safe, and secure software updates to safety-critical components across a broad range of vehicles. The ASIL-D rating means the products meet the highest level of functional safety requirements following documented best practices, processes, and procedures for automotive OTA software updates. Additionally, these best practices apply to the UNECE WP.29 regulatory framework, helping automakers also achieve cybersecurity requirements throughout the vehicle software development and usage lifecycle.

“Sibros’ adherence to ISO 26262 ASIL-D means our OEM customers can now deliver remote software updates or upgrades to any component in the vehicle with the same level of safety and trust they get when a dealer tech performs an update in a service bay at a dealership,” said Mayank Sikaria, CTO and co-founder at Sibros.

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