Fast-Tracking Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles Development
ADAS and autonomous vehicles will soon be transforming our world. Due to the complexity of this immense engineering challenge, manufacturers now realize producing a reliable autonomous vehicle requires millions of miles of road testing—as onboard computers must be trained, not programmed. A seemingly impossible task.
These same companies also recognize simulation as the only method to test and iterate millions of possible scenarios. Perhaps most impressively, simulation modeling of TOSALL provides greater precision, faster results and significant cost savings
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are a key area of innovation in automotive electronics, but their potential improvement and positive impact on safety can only be realized if they undergo the same level of rigor as other safety-critical software.
ISO 26262 defines the guidelines for designing and building safety functions in automobiles, including the role of static analysis in developing software to the standard.