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Three Steps to an Automated ISO 26262 Random-Fault Flow (.PDF Download)

The complexity of automotive integrated circuits (ICs) has grown exponentially with the introduction of advanced driver-assistance systems and autonomous drive technologies. Directly correlated to this hike in complexity is the increased burden of ensuring an IC is protected from random hardware faults—functional failures that occur unpredictably. Random-fault mitigation continues to be one of the primary challenges and pain points across the industry.

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