Functional Safety (FuSA) Explained: The Vital Role of Standards and Compliance in Ensuring Critical Systems’ Safety Have you heard of FuSA? It stands for Functional Safety, and it is a vital part of any system that requires safety assurance. FuSA was designed to reduce the risk of physical injury or damage due to malfunctioning equipment. […]
In this blog, we recap the “Managing Functional Safety in Development Efforts for Robotics Development” webinar. Industrial manufacturing firms are undergoing rapid transformation as they navigate talent shortages, supply disruptions, digital adoption acceleration, and more. At the same time, they work diligently to accelerate time to market, streamline risk management, and keep accuracy and safety […]
Like many industries, the semiconductor industry has seen a dramatic change over the past several decades. Simple, single function devices have evolved into complex multi-function devices with firmware, supporting software and, in some cases, full reference designs. While the products that the semiconductor industry sells are still integrated circuits (ICs), in many cases the supporting software, documentation and system-level understanding are just […]
This post on functional safety for autonomous driving is Part III in our three-part series with automotive expert Patrick Freytag. If you haven’t already, please go back and read Part I, which talks about how the automotive sector is changing – and Part II, which discusses ways to address functional safety. Since functional safety has […]
My last blog post covered why and how the automotive sector is changing fast over the last few years – you can find that post here. A common expectation is that our future cars will be connected, automated, shared, and electric. In a current Motional Consumer Mobility report, Americans were asked what is their most […]
In this post, experts from Ansys discuss the exponential growth of automotive technological complexity, and how to ensure safety and security.
In this post, Jeff Darrow from Infineon discusses the rapidly growing number of electronic components in automobiles and the high cost of failure in automotive electronic development.
In this blog post, experts discuss how you can bridge gaps in safety-critical product development by integrating Jama Connect with Ansys SCADE.
In Part II of our six-part automotive series, our experts discuss how to ensure functional safety compliance using Jama Connect for Automotive.
Bridging the Gaps in Safety-Critical Product Development In increasingly complex, competitive, rapidly evolving, and highly regulated industries (including aerospace, automotive, and defense), market forces are creating new challenges for development teams building safety-critical products. To address this challenge, Ansys is hosting a webinar to discuss how combining a product development platform like Jama Connect with […]