Intel’s Leadership in Functional Safety Expands to ISO 26262
The automotive industry is adding multiple active safety systems to reduce the risk of injury and harm. Adapted from the IEC 61508 functional safety standard, the ISO 26262 automotive electronic system safety standard helps you avoid systematic faults and also detect, control, and mitigate any random hardware faults that may cause a malfunction of the system.
To simplify and speed up your certification process, we are working with TÜV Rheinland, an independent third-party assessor specializing in functional safety testing and certification, to receive qualification to ISO 26262. Intel is the first FPGA supplier whose FPGA devices, diagnostics IP, development tools, and FPGA design flow are all certified for the IEC 61508 functional safety standard. Our Functional Safety Data Pack (FSDP) typically saves customers 12-18 man months in certifying their safety applications.