Cadence prepares automotive designers for ISO26262
Cadence Design Systems has announced an automotive functional safety verification solution, which is said to reduce by 50% the effort required by automotive designers to prepare for ISO26262 compliance.
The approach, an expansion to its Incisive functional verification platform, offers fault injection and safety verification technologies to help automotive engineers address the traceability, safety verification and tool confidence level requirements of ISO26262.
Adam Sherer, director of product marketing for Cadence's verification group, said these processes have, until now, been manual. "We're offering automotive designers what EDA has been bringing for more than 25 years: automation."
The Cadence Incisive functional safety solution reduces the compliance effort by automating the process of fault injection and result analysis for IP, SoC and system designs. It includes the Incisive Functional Safety Simulator and the Functional Safety Analysis capability in Incisive vManager.
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