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2009-04-20

ISO-26262 Implications on Timing of Automotive E/E System Design Processes 2009-01-0743

The trend in automotive systems is towards an increasing complexity, where much of safety-critical functionality is implemented in software. The emerging safety automotive standard ISO-26262, will require safety cases where are clearly argued that a system is safe in all aspects, and where showing a timely behaviour is one necessary condition. Based on industrial experiences and actual research from as well automotive as aerospace domains, this paper shows how the safety requirements from ISO-26262 with respect to timing can be met even in a complex situation, such as enabled by AUTOSAR.

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