Managing design changes using safety-guided design for a safety critical automotive system

@inproceedings{Sgueglia2015ManagingDC,
  title={Managing design changes using safety-guided design for a safety critical automotive system},
  author={John Sgueglia},
  year={2015}
}
The use of software to control automotive safety critical functions, such as throttle, braking and steering has been increasing. The automotive industry has a need for safety analysis methods and design processes to ensure these systems function safely. Many current recommendations still focus on traditional methods, which worked well for electro-mechanical designs but are not adequate for software intensive complex systems. System Theoretic Accident Model and Process (STAMP) and the associated… CONTINUE READING

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