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Semiconductor Engineering: 2021 Top Tech Videos

Arteris IP is honored to be included in this Semiconductor Engineering article: 2021 Top Tech Videos.

2021 Top Tech Videos

December 28th, 2021 - By Linda Christensen

What engineers were watching in 2021


Automotive, Security & Pervasive Computing
Watch the Arteris IP video, End-To-End Traceability: Looks at how to deal with gaps that can impact reliability.

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Topics: ISO 26262 network-on-chip automotive semiconductor engineering arteris ip SoCs security traceability NoCs Arteris IP (AIP) Arteris IP Harmony Trace

Semiconductor Engineering: End-To-End Traceability Video

Ed Sperling and Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing at Arteris IP discuss new technology and standards in this video with Semiconductor Engineering:

End-To-End Traceability Video

November 29th, 2021 - By Ed Sperling

How to deal with gaps that can impact reliability.


Despite standards such as ISO 26262 and IEC 61508, there are still disconnects and gaps in the supply chain and design-through-manufacturing flows. Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP, digs into what’s missing, why changes made in one area are not reflected in other areas and throughout the product lifecycle, and why various different phases of the flow don’t always match up with the initial requirements.

Topics: ISO 26262 network-on-chip automotive reliability semiconductor engineering arteris ip SoCs kurt shuler IEC 61508 security traceability NoCs Arteris IP (AIP) Arteris IP Harmony Trace

SemiWiki: Traceability and ISO 26262

Bernard Murphy (SemiWiki) and Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing at Arteris IP, talk about the growing importance of traceability to ISO 26262 and safety.

Traceability and ISO 26262

November 29, 2021 - Bernard Murphy

Since traceability and its relationship to ISO 26262 may be an unfamiliar topic for many of my readers, I thought it might be useful to spend some time on why this area is important. What is the motivation behind a need for traceability in support of automotive systems development? The classic verification and validation V-diagram is a useful starting point for understanding. The left arm of the V decomposes system design from concepts into requirements, architecture, and detailed design. The right arm represents verification and validation steps from unit testing all the way up to full system validation. Tracing compliance with requirements through this full flow requires new kinds of automation.
 
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Topics: SoC NoC ISO 26262 network-on-chip semiconductor automotive arteris ip semiwiki ip-xact kurt shuler compliance noc interconnect design teams Arteris IP Harmony Trace ISO 26262 auditors