This first annual White Paper on the Legal Landscape of the Autonomous Vehicles summarizes the current activities and trends in the US and Germany that are perceived to be most affecting this innovative space. Those areas include:
• Product liability
• Intellectual property
• Corporate/ M&A
Learn what information your development organization needs to adopt the MISRA coding standard, how it’s applicable to a broad range of industries and applications and the role of static analysis tools in standards enforcement and verification.
You could say it’s the road less travelled; gathering road surface information completely without cameras. But with advanced sensor fusion, RSI by NIRA makes it a very real possibility – enabling greater comfort and safety in a truly cost-efficient manner. Sounds good? Then imagine the possibilities when sharing road information in a connected vehicle cloud.
This thorough, 200-page report, courtesy of the RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program, explores legislative activity, the role of telematics and communications, and liability implications, among many other topics surrounding autonomous cars.
Attacks against embedded systems are growing in frequency as malicious hackers become more sophisticated in their methods. These vulnerabilities are being exploited by hostile users to gain access to a system so they may subvert its use. This paper describes a static analysis technique – taint analysis – that can be used to find how potentially hazardous inputs can flow through a program to reach sensitive parts of code, empowering developers to identify and eliminate these dangerous vulnerabilities much more effectively. Courtesy of Grammatech
In an intelligent electronic system, unexpected errors can lead to unplanned, unexpected behavior. This can be a potentially dangerous proposition for, say, an automotive manufacturer, as well as a
costly occurrence for consumer product developers. Compliance to the latest safety standards can be a laborious, time-consuming process. Fortunately, there are now technologies available that can automate
the process of meeting functional safety requirements. This paper examines these functional safety solutions, showing how these technologies and tools can help engineers efficiently and effectively create safe, reliable products. Courtesy of cadence