The number of software-related issues has been on a steady increase, according to industry sources which track recall rates. In their ‘Automotive Warranty and Recall Report 2016’, Stout Risius Ross (SSR) reported that software-related recalls grew from less than 5 % of recalls in 2011 to 15 % by the end of 2015. Learn more about recalls due to softare from:
- General Motors
These two interconnected and overlapping disciplines, functional safety and cyber security, are of fundamental importance to the Automotive IQ team. The purpose of this report is to initiate discussion and provide food for thought to functional safety, practitioners by providing fruitful research, information, and statistics to shed light on the challenges and questions that are yet to be tackled, with the purpose of encouraging automotive specialists to collaborate and offer more transparency in their work toward safe and secure public streets.
On this functional safety dedicated ebook you will have the opportunity to explore fundamentals of ISO 26262 and functional safety as well as the changes proposed by the Part Groups taken by ISO TC22/ SC32/WG8 in the ISO DIS 26262. For a full perspective, we will provide you with articles and presentations from OEMs, suppliers and academia accompanied by short interviews.
Included in this functional safety eBook:
- 12 pages report on ISO 26262 Edition 2
- Keeping up with design: ISO26262 time for an update
- ISO26262 (2016)
- Addressing concerns around emerging technologies
- Setting the standard for cyber security - introducing PAS 555