The software provides the foundation for next-generation ADAS and autonomous driving systems. The safety certification process is currently underway.
“Wind River has worked with TÜV SÜD Rail GmbH to review its ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification program for its Autosar Adaptive software platform,” said Günter Greil, business line manager – generic safety components at TÜV SÜD Rail. “TÜV SÜD Rail assessed the preliminary software safety concept for the software, as well as the Wind River plans and standards to be used, and has determined them to be suitable to fulfil the requirements in accordance to ASIL D ISO 26262:2018.”
The certification-ready software platform is architected to support the highest levels of safety and take advantage of the underlying operating environments to provide a flexible and extensible architecture. The platform offers portability of applications and algorithms across any target environment. The platform will also deliver a path to the component and system-level safety necessary to deliver confidence at higher levels of vehicle autonomy.
Autosar standards frameworks, both the Classic Platform and Adaptive Platform, provide standardisation of basic system functions and functional interfaces. Given the demanding compute needs of connected and autonomous cars, Autosar Adaptive–based platforms are designed for service-oriented architecture and intended for high-performance computing ECUs.