|Title: Game-changing solutions for developing functionally-safe automotive designs
Safety-critical and autonomous systems are becoming prevalent as well as increasingly complex, and meeting test and safety requirements for these systems is a growing challenge. The ISO 26262 standard, which mandates risk reduction of bodily harm, requires a process of analysis, measurement, and design for functional safety. Achieving functional safety metric goals starts with design teams performing early analysis, which then drives design changes to ensure long-term safety and reliability. Design changes to improve functional safety often includes incorporating functional safety mechanisms to ensure faults causing safety critical failures can be detected or controlled. This presentation will focus on advances being made in Functional Safety Analysis and Built-in Self-test and how these solutions address these testing requirements.
Thryambak Chandilya is R&D Director in the Test Solutions Group at Synopsys, India. He has 18 years of experience in Design-for-Test and prior to his current role, he has been at Mentor Graphics (leading field applications and customer support teams) and Altera (designing DFT structures to test the FPGA fabric). In his current role at Synopsys, his team is responsible for working with customers to develop new DFT flows, methodologies and IP for a wide variety of designs and applications. He has a Masters degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Florida in Gainesville.