Automotive Functional Safety and the ISO 26262 Standard

Table of Contents

  • 1. THE CONCEPT OF FUNCTIONAL SAFETY
  • 2. ISO 26262: FUNCTIONAL SAFETY IN CONSUMER VEHICLE E / ES
    • 2.1. Overview
    • 2.2. Hazard Analysis, Risk Assessment, and Automotive Safety Integrity Levels
    • 2.3. Safety Goals, Functional Safety Requirements, and Technical Safety Requirements
    • 2.4. Hardware Design in ISO 26262 (ISO 26262-5:2011)
    • 2.5. Software Design in ISO 26262 (ISO 26262-6:2011)
    • 2.6. ASIL Requirements Decomposition
    • 2.7. ISO 26262 in Practice
  • 3. VENDOR ISO 26262 COMPLIANT SOLUTIONS AND APPROACHES TO FUNCTIONAL SAFETY
    • 3.1. OEMs
    • 3.2. Semiconductor Vendors
    • 3.3. Tier One Suppliers
    • 3.4. Automotive Safety Software Vendors
  • 4. THE FUTURE OF FUNCTIONAL SAFETY AND ISO 26262
    • 4.1. Functional Safety and Autonomous Driving
    • 4.2. ISO 26262 in Commercial Vehicles
    • 4.3. Conflation of Functional Safety and Cyber Safety

Tables

  1. Severity Class Determination in ISO 26262
  2. Exposure Class Determination in ISO 26262
  3. Controllability Class Determination in ISO 26262
  4. ASIL Determination in ISO 26262
  5. Hardware Element Safety Requirement Specification
  6. Recommendations for Hardware Architecture Design
  7. Recommendations for Safety Analysis
  8. Single-point Fault Metric Targets
  9. Latent Fault Metric Targets
  10. Random Hardware Failure Rate Targets
  11. Single-point Fault Target Failure Rates
  12. Target for Failure Rate for Residual Faults with Respect to ASIL and Diagnostic Coverage
  13. Target for Failure Rate for Latent Faults with Respect to ASIL and Diagnostic Coverage
  14. Recommendations for Modeling Characteristics and Coding Guidelines
  15. Recommendations for Software Architectural Design Notation Methods
  16. Recommendations for Software Design Principles
  17. Recommendations for Error Detection and Handling Methods to Be Implemented at the Software Architectural Level
  18. Recommendations for Software Architecture Design Verification
  19. The Effect of Controllability on ASIL Determination

Figures

  1. Overall Structure of ISO 26262
  2. Single-point Fault Metric
  3. Latent Fault Metric Targets
  4. Evaluation Procedures for Faults (Single-point, Residual, Dual-point)
  5. Valid ASIL Requirement Decompositions
  6. Electronic Steering Lock Initial Architecture
  7. Electronic Steering Lock Architecture Following ASIL Requirement Decomposition
  8. Invalid Application of ASIL Requirement Decomposition
  9. Further ASIL Requirement Decomposition
  10. Further ASIL Requirement Decomposition
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Research Information

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Publish Date
4Q 2015
Code
AN-2022
Research Type
Regulatory Analysis Report
Pages
25