ASIL is an attribute of the safety goal derived from the hazard analysis of the functionality an system. It’s then propagated through the associated requirements and, in some cases, also modified. But what are the rules behind? Do we need to assign the same ASIL to all elements part of a safety system? What are the requirements/implications when the ASIL is assigned? And why some representations are showing an increased ASIL going through the processing chains (e.g. lowed ASIL for inputs and higher ASIL for the processing)? Join to discuss such key aspects.
About Riccardo Vincelli:
Riccardo Vincelli is a Director at Renesas Electronics where he worked for more than 20 years. He’s heading the Functional Safety Competence Center responsible for the technical assessment of all world wide Renesas products (MCU, SoC, Analogue ASICs and SW) as well as a corporate advisor for functional safety. He’s been involved with the creation of ISO26262 since 2005, he’s part of the Standard Technical Panel for UL4600 as well as member of SAE group for functional safety.
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This presentation was prepared for The ISO 26262 Digital Conference, 24-25 March 2021.