July 22, 2016

Tweet As the amount of software used inside cars rapidly grows, the auto industry is under pressure to implement software and system testing much earlier in their design cycle, and do it more efficiently. In the last post, Auto Industry Caught in Software Quagmire , we asked a couple of questions: “What are your challenges associated with the growing automotive software content?

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Related Resources:

Potential Threats to Vehicle Security - This presentation, hosted by John Day, Editor in Chief of Automotive Electronics News, covers areas of vulnerability in application development and discuss how standards-based solutions can help improve security and reduce risk.

Making a Stand - Rigorous stand-alone testing of the many physical components of automobiles is done as a standard part of the development process to allow manufacturers to work out the potential problems of a model before it goes into full production. After all, it is conventional wisdom that it's much less expensive to eliminate a problem before mass production begins than to discover a problem and have to fix it afterwards.

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