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Architectures for ISO 26262 systems with multiple ASIL requirements




September 2014
13 pages
Architectures for ISO 26262 systems with multiple ASIL requirements

To satisfy consumer demand while building better cars and controlling costs, automakers are consolidating multiple in-vehicle systems onto one board. This consolidation creates problems, however. In particular, automakers must find a way to incorporate into the same system components running consumer-grade applications, and components whose dependability and freedom from undesired interference must be rigorously engineered and proven.

Contents

In-vehicle electronics ISO 26262 ASILs Interference Building a resilient system Virtualization Isolation and dependability Summary [+]





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Author
Yi Zheng
yzheng@qnx.com

Yi Zheng

Yi Zheng is the product manager responsible for the safety product certified to IEC 61508 SIL3 and security product certified to Common Criteria EAL4+ at QNX Software Systems. She also manages the QNX Neutrino RTOS and the QNX Momentics tool suite.

Prior to joining QNX, Yi worked at Entrust Technologies, Autodesk and Nortel Networks, designing a wide range of software applications. She holds a Bachelor's in Computer Science from Carleton University, a Master's in Business Administration from Queens University, and is a Certified Management Accountant.

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