Coping with ISO 26262 Changes in the Automotive Space

By: 
Craig Pedersen

March 27, 2015

Most industries move fast, but the automotive space’s pace over the past five years is dizzying. On the software side of the embedded automotive market, the rate of change is also accompanied by equally challenging regulatory standards. Since automotive embedded software is a safety-critical element of every newly manufactured vehicle, many organizations are struggling to form a plan about how to comply with ISO-26262 test requirements for automotive software systems.

Fortunately, Vector Software has two automotive software certification experts that can help plot the way forward for achieving ISO-26262 testing requirements. Join Vance Hilderman, Director of Global Services, and Craig Pedersen, Sr. Field Applications Engineer, at the Meeting ISO-26262 Testing Requirements for Automotive Software Systems webcast, and get answers to these and other challenges facing embedded automotive software developers. 

Specifically, the presentation will address understanding ISO 26262 requirements and how to meet those requirements in a timely fashion, while providing best practices for developing software that can be more easily tested, regardless of your requirements. Processes that were previously much more ad-hoc cannot be short-circuited; test must be done at the System, Integration, & Unit levels. Learn from the experts and get ahead of changes in the embedded software development space. Register now!