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SemiWiki: ISO 26262: My IP Supplier Checks the Boxes, So That's Covered Right?

Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing at Arteris IP, chats with Bernard Murphy in this SemiWiki blog:

ISO 26262: My IP Supplier Checks the Boxes, So That's Covered Right?  

May 24th,  2018 - By Bernard Murphy

21682d1526739917-automotive-supply-chain-minBernard Murphy (SemiWiki) gets insight from Kurt Shuler on how an IP provider stepping up to ISO 26262 compliance isn’t quite as straightforward as it might look. Even more important, helping a customer meet their compliance goals may require more than just checking the boxes.

Everyone up and down the electronics supply chain is jumping on the ISO 26262 bandwagon and naturally they all want to show that whatever they sell is compliant or ready for compliance. We probably all know the basics here – a product certification from one of the assessment organizations, a designated safety manager and a few other safety folks and some form of safety process. Sound like easy boxes to check? Unfortunately for you the integrator, the basics may no longer be enough to complete your deliverables for your customers with respect to that IP.

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To read the entire article, please click here:
https://www.semiwiki.com/forum/content/7473-iso-26262-my-ip-supplier-checks-boxes-so-s-covered-right-q.html

Topics: SoC ADAS autonomous vehicles ISO 26262 training ISO 26262 compliance networks semiwiki ASIL D safety functional safety manager