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Analysis and Development of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems: The Need for an Integrated Toolkit

August 17, 2017

Whether you design vehicle control systems for driver safety or verify the functionality of such systems, you know how tedious it can be to manually enter safety-related changes into spreadsheets. There’s also a strong likelihood of human error when millions of lines of embedded software code underlying these systems are keyed in or edited. But with an automated and integrated system modeling toolkit from ANSYS, a simple step-by-step process enables you to make immediate changes to a system that are compliant with ISO 26262 and ensure its flawless operation.

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