Carsten Rustemeier, dSPACE; Shawn Prestridge, IAR Systems
The emergence of the software-defined vehicle - and all the code that comes with it - implies an increase in engineering requirements. Developers now face functional and safety requirements in addition to security provisions that will protect connected cars. Fulfilling these requirements in a manner that satisfies clients and certifying agencies can make or break a project, which applies to organizations with long-established engineering practices as well as startups looking to enter the ultra-competitive automotive industry. How to meet the requirements of standards such as ISO 26262, MISRA C, and CERT C in accordance with client demands is outlined in this webcast.