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Developing Safe Advanced Driving Assistance Systems

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How you can ensure the safety of mixed-criticality systems from the first line of code to production?

Building advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that comply with the highest Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL) requires a complete product lifecycle process and deep knowledge of the entire automotive system, not just the safety-critical components. Adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, and lane departure warning systems are just some of the ADAS features that require mixed-criticality functions to co-exist on the same system. Ensuring the safety of these complex systems starts with deploying a model-based workflow early in the embedded software development process and ends with running on a platform that is reliable and secure, and ideally pre-certified to ISO 26262 ASIL D to reduce certification scope.  This webinar, presented by ADAS development experts from Ansys and BlackBerry QNX, will use real world examples and a demo to discuss how to safely consolidate mixed criticality functions on the same platform for advanced driving applications.

Join us for this one-hour webinar to learn about:

  • Challenges when developing automated driving systems
  • Tools and processes you can use across the development lifecycle to solve these problems
  • How efficient development can drive business value
  • Real world examples of how to develop ADAS systems that meet ASIL D safety standards


Justin Moon

Director, OEM Engineering
BlackBerry QNX

Vincent Rossignol

SCADE Lead Product Manager