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Meeting ISO 26262 Testing Requirements for Automotive Software Systems - This video discuss' two main topics: Understanding ISO 26262 requirements and how to meet those requirements in a timely fashion and Best Practices for Developing Software that can be more easily tested, regardless of your requirements.
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.