White Paper: Semiconductors & ICs

Using Built-in-self-test Hardware to Satisfy ISO 26262 Safety Requirements


Semiconductor content in today’s vehicles is growing rapidly and we are approaching the point where the value of the electronics is expected to exceed 50% of the total vehicle cost. A growing proportion of the modern-day automotive electronics are there to support new advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) like lane departure assist, collision avoidance, and other self-driving features. The demands of safety-critical ADAS systems introduce new challenges to semiconductor designers in meeting functional safety requirements defined by the ISO 26262 standard.

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