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[Video] How ASIL is Determined for Automotive Applications as per ISO 26262 Standard

Automotive Functional Safety has become a talking point across all the global automotive product development teams.

All the stakeholders including the OEMs, suppliers and the engineers are determined to comply with the ISO26262 Standard in order to ensure safety of the end-users.

The first step towards achieving functional safety for an automotive application or a hardware is finding its Safety Criticality.

ISO26262 specifies Automotive Safety and Integrity Level (ASIL) that helps engineers understand the safety criticality of an automotive application or a component.

It is important to determine ASIL because the safety criticality for different components is different.

Failure of a component like power window will not impact the safety of passengers or driver but an airbag failure most likely will.

What will you Learn from this Video?

  • What are the different levels of ASIL?
  • Why is ASIL so important in achieving functional safety?
  • Why different ASILs are required?
  • What goes into the determination of ASIL?
  • What are the factors taken into consideration while determining ASIL?

Who will Find this Video a Value-Add?

Everyone who is in any way associated with automotive industry will find the video relevant. ISO26262 functional safety is something every OEM and other stakeholders are taking very seriously now.

The video aims to educate these stakeholders about ASIL in a very lucid manner. Engineers who are going to start their ISO26262 journey will also find the video very useful.

It is also a good heads-up for the OEMs and the tier-1 suppliers who are yet to get onboard ISO26262 functional safety. They will be better informed about what to expect from the solution provider who is helping them in their functional safety endeavors.

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Dec 20 2018
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