Functional Safety Standards for Electronic Devices and Automotive Safety Integrity Levels

The latest generation of vehicles comprises engineering masterpieces. The car industry is adopting technology to offer features to enhance luxury and comfort for users, including mechanical systems and smart electronics systems. Incorporating complicated and in-vehicle systems provide more hurdles in terms of risk and failure. So, to reduce such dangers, several sectors that use these types of smart complex electronic devices have defined a standard for them before employing them. In this article, we will discuss the Functional Safety standards and the Automobile Safety Level set for automobiles.

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Chintan Raval

Chintan Raval works as Assistant Product and Practice Marketing Manager and focuses on the Semiconductor and Aerospace domain at eInfochips. He holds a PGDM in Marketing and a Master’s degree in VLSI and Embedded Systems. He carries 5+ years of experience in Product Management and GO-TO-Market Strategy experience.