Multicore for ISO26262 - Demonstrating freedom from interference webinar
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This webinar was delivered on the 13th June 2019, a recording of it is available via the form on the right.
The use of multicore processors is widespread in the automotive industry, with vehicles utilising increasingly complex software to perform safety critical functions to the ISO 26262 standard. Identifying and accounting for the way these processors behave is both safety and business critical for automotive companies and suppliers. To develop safe multicore systems demonstrating freedom from interference is a challenging, but fundamental, objective.
In this webinar, you'll learn from world-leading experts on multicore timing analysis and automotive certification. Register now to find out about:
1. The automotive use case for multicore timing analysis
2. How to overcome the challenges of demonstrating freedom from interference
3. A practical solution for multicore timing analysis including worst case execution time (WCET)