|Accelerating Automotive ADAS SoC Development with ASIL Certified IP|
Web event: Accelerating Automotive ADAS SoC Development with ASIL Certified IP
Date: April 12, 2017
Time:09:00 AM PDT
Duration: 60 minutes
Attend this webinar if you are an automotive ADAS SoC designer and are looking to accelerate your ISO 26262 ASIL Ready certification, while ensuring AEC Q100 reliability qualification. Today’s connected cars perform numerous safety critical applications which require functional safety and reliability. Integrating IP solutions that meet the stringent requirements of automotive standards enable automotive SoC designers to deliver such functionality and meet users’ demands. This webinar provides best practices for the development and certification of ASIL Ready IP according to ISO 26262, and reviews the requirements for automotive AEC Q100 reliability and automotive quality according to TS 16949. Learn how certified IP accelerates ISO 26262 SoC-level functional safety assessment and helps designers quickly reach target ASIL levels, enabling faster time to volume production.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- SoC integration of ISO 26262 ASIL Ready IP
- Meeting requirements for AEC Q100 reliability and TS 16949 quality management
- Assessing ISO 26262 SoC-level functional safety and quickly reaching target ASILs
Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Ron DiGiuseppe, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager at Synopsys, is responsible for automotive segment marketing for Synopsys DesignWare IP solutions for ADAS, Functional Safety, Infotainment and MCU applications.
Ron brings more than 18 years of semiconductor experience to Synopsys. Prior to joining Synopsys, Ron held a range of management positions at Xilinx for automotive connectivity IP products as well as engineering development and management roles for companies including Oki Semiconductor, NEC, and Raytheon Corporation.
Ron DiGiuseppe holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University and a Certificate in Network Engineering from University of California.