Hot Topic Video
The ARTS Technical Network (ARTS TN) are pleased to be able to showcase their hot topic video on Automotive Cybersecurity which highlights the risks and opportunities of connected vehicle cybersecurity.
The TN would like to record their appreciation to Horiba-Mira staff at Nuneaton who kindly hosted the filming in their Vehicle Resilience Facility, Europe’s largest transport technology R&D cluster and Paul Wooderson for presenting.
Automotive Cybersecurity Webinar
Our second webinar in this series on 28 January 2021 is now open for registration. Here's further details on the topics and speakers.
If you missed our first webinar on the topic on 21 October 2020, you can still register and watch this On Demand.
Its also possible to catch up with the speaker responses to all the questions we couldn't respond to during the webinar in our discussion forum.
Don’t forget to check out our Webinar Hub for details of all the other IET Technical Network webinars and you can even catch up with content from previous webinars if you missed registering for these the first-time round.
In this insightful white paper, learn how to:
* Understand how safety analysis can be used to incorporate functional safety within your design
* See a comparison between the different types of safety mechanism and their pros and cons
* Understand how DFT BIST technologies can be used to perform functional safety tasks
* Explore the differences between DFT Test and fault coverage and functional safety diagnostics coverage
Semiconductor content in today’s vehicles is growing rapidly and we are approaching the point where the value of the electronics is expected to exceed 50% of the total vehicle cost. A growing proportion of the modern-day automotive electronics are there to support new advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) like lane departure assist, collision avoidance, and other self-driving features. The demands of safety-critical ADAS systems introduce new challenges to semiconductor designers in meeting functional safety requirements.