Arteris Articles

Arteris in EE Times Autonomous Driving Article by Junko Yoshida

Junko Yoshida wrote a great article in EE Times titled, "Driverless Car on Same Road as 3D TV?", about the technology gold rush that is automotive electronics. She was prescient about the limitations of current technology and business models, and cast a questioning eye on what is really required to create autonomous vehicles.

Topics: ISO 26262 automotive semiconductors ADAS heterogeneous cache coherency multicore

Automotive ISO 26262 and ADAS video is online

SemiEngineering has published a Tech Talk video I did with editor Ed Sperling about the ISO 26262 standard and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Want to know the difference between ISO 26262 ASIL B and ASIL D? Then view it at: http://semiengineering.com/tech-talk-adas/

Topics: ISO 26262 automotive semiconductors ADAS advanced vision processing

The Top 35 ISO 26262 acronyms and abbreviations

A glossary of ISO 26262 abbreviations and acronyms can be a great help to understanding functional safety standards.


INTRODUCTION:

Over the last one-and-a-half years that I have been elbow-deep working on the FlexNoC Resilience Package, I’ve been keeping a running list of ISO abbreviations and acronyms that reoccurred in my work, and kept confusing me whenever I performed a “context switch” from working on different projects to working on my functional safety products.

I’ve received feedback that my list is helpful, so I’m publishing it in the hope that it helps you, too. I’ve attempted to explain everything in “plain English” and have referred to the specific “chapter and verse” in the ISO 26262 specification where the term is officially explained (kind of like Bible Study notes!).

Also, for a short explanation of ISO 26262 functional safety certification, please see my article, "A Primer On ISO 26262 Certification."

Topics: functional safety ISO 26262

A Primer On ISO 26262 Certification

What does it take to be ISO-compliant, how you get certified, and who exactly makes the standards.

As the electronic processing capabilities of the average car increases, more and more software, semiconductor, and semiconductor IP companies are trying to enter the automotive electronics market. Many of these new entrants have strong backgrounds in consumer electronics or the PC industry, and are new to the unique requirements of the automotive market.

Topics: functional safety ISO 26262