Product Manager, Cyber Security
SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH
The automotive industry has set itself the goal of achieving autonomous driving and is accruing the building blocks to make that happen. The challenge is in architecting the next generation automotive SoCs which must deliver exploding performance while meeting requirements for
real-time latency, end-to-end QoS, FuSa (ISO 26262) and security. These SoCs need to include heterogeneous architectures—GPUs, accelerators, processor cores—with built-in cache coherency. Making the right design decisions and performance-area trade-offs, especially with regard to FuSu, is a major challenge for architects. The presentation walks through a proven methodology using the industry’s only ISO 26262 certified cache coherent SoC interconnect.
• New requirement s coming in design and architecture with autonomous vehicles
• Trade-offs with Functional Safety
• Best Practice methodology
The first SOTIF draft released in October is heating up discussions. On the basis of ISO 26262, SOTIF outlines a safety standard for autonomous vehicles to close the gap with ISO 26262. How will controllability be conceptualized in SOTIF?
• How to define ODDs accurately
• What SOTIF is tackling and what is missing
• When SOTIF will be mature enough