Safety Critical Software - steps to ensure standards compliance
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When building safety critical software it is very important to build into the steps of your development process a way to show compliance to the relevant standards. For an industry like medical devices this could mean meeting a standard like IEC 62304 which talks about software traceability through everything you build. In order to have everything lined up for easier approval it is important to have data like FMEA (Fault Mode and Effects Analysis) charts. The issue is how do you fully analyze fault modes with the complexity of cascading faults and other elements? Also, how can multicore help make the products you develop more safe and reliable? Join myself and Tim Skutt from Wind River as we present a webinar on this topic. In this webinar you will get better knowledge about how FMEAs, FTAs and multicore help make safety critical software more reliable.