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How to build fail-operational systems
for autonomous driving?
How to build fail-operational systems for autonomous driving?
The automotive industry sets out to master automated driving use cases, which require a fail-operational performance. Therefore, the trend of building solutions based on concepts previously implemented in industries like aerospace and space is coming to the automotive industry. With one pronounced difference – there are stricter cost constraints as solutions are aimed at the mass market. This calls for a redefinition of the key practices in implementation with the aim of cost reduction.
As a functional safety expert and the director of the Lead Engineering & Safety Team at TTTech Auto, Eric Schmidt is steering the functional safety design and processes according to the ISO 26262 standard for advanced automated driving projects. Working alongside our customers in this multi-disciplinary domain, Eric is responsible for the conceptualization and execution of TTTech Auto’s safety by design approach to streamline the safety process. This approach resulted in the first ASIL D certified platform, developed according to the ISO 26262 standard on the market.
Over the course of his career, he has accumulated vast knowledge and experience in functional safety related development, e.g. by being part of the first implementation of the “3 Level E-gas concept”. Eric joined the TTTech Group in 2003.