FuSa tool ensures that software complies to ISO26262

March 07, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
FuSa tool ensures that software complies to ISO26262
Software quality and functional safety expert LDRA has introduced an enhanced version of its tool suite for Automotive that helps customers reduce cost, effort, and time of complying with the ISO 26262 functional safety standard.

The LDRA tool suite for Automotive enables embedded developers to understand the requirements of the new ISO 26262-6:2018 ISO 26262-6:2018 standard depending on the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) required for their application and helps ensure safe and secure automotive application development.

Developers of ADAS, infotainment, powertrain, body electronics applications, and autonomous vehicle technology can select the ASIL A, B, C or D assurance required by their application and understand the corresponding requirements. LDRA TBmanager ®, a module within the automotive tool suite, helps developers manage the workflow process and activities, understand exactly what is required of a system targeted at a specific ASIL, and automate compliance. LDRA TBmanager generates the appropriate standards objectives, and enables requirements traceability, static and dynamic analysis, and automated reports for compliance with that level, and then maps LDRA tool suite capabilities to the currengt release of ISO 26262. This process simplifies, automates, and reduces the cost of compliance, while also automating and expediting the delivery of certification evidence.

According to LDRA, the new tool suite is unique in both process and automation; it is the only tool that enables customers to specify which ASIL level they need to achieve. As a consequence, the tool helps users to achieve faster automation and reduced cost of compliance in terms of money, time, and effort, the company promises. .”

More information: www.ldra.com.


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