Functional safety in automotive: contributing to ISO 26262 and ISO 21434 standards | Ubuntu

  • Post Updated: April 4, 2024

If you’ve been reading our recent automotive blogs and white papers, you know that the automotive industry is highly complex and regulated, especially when it comes to functional safety and cybersecurity.

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Standards and consortiums help ensure that companies provide a common framework and follow compatibility and interoperability approaches. Usually, these standards define constraints in how specific components and systems are designed or how they should work together. But they also enable innovation and reduce costs by driving collaboration between companies, as well as allowing the reuse of said components.

As the automotive sector lead, I am proud to announce that Canonical is now represented in the AUE/32 committee. This committee is coordinating the United Kingdom’s contribution to the ISO/TC22/SC32 work groups, which define, arbitrate and validate the contents of the international standards.

The automotive industry has very specific and tough constraints that aim…

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