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Safety verification solution enables ISO 26262 compliance

Safety verification solution enables ISO 26262 compliance
  It has been announced that Mobileye has selected Synopsys' Z01X functional safety verification solution to meet ISO 26262 automotive safety compliance for Mobileye's next-gen of Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) SoCs. 
22nd November 2016

Processor solutions for IoT security and automotive safety

Hosting a free one-day conference at the Santa Clara Marriott, CA, Synopsys will be focussing on the latest technologies and trends in processor IP, software development and programming tools optimised for use in embedded devices.
7th September 2016

Accelerating early automotive software development and test

Aimed for use with Synopsys Virtualizer Development Kits (VDKs), a new model for Infineon’s latest TriCore architecture, TriCore 1.6.2, has been announced by Synosys.
28th July 2016


Complete MIPI display and IP solutions deliver high bandwidth

The immediate availability of DesignWare MIPI CSI-2 Device Controller IP and DesignWare MIPI DSI Device Controller IP for mobile, automotive and IoT SoCs has been announced by Synopsys.
21st July 2016

Accelerate automotive system software development

Synopsys has announced the addition of new models of Bosch timer and in-car communication IP for GTM, M_CAN and ERAY peripherals in its Virtualizer Development Kits (VDKs). VDKs are software development kits using a virtual prototype as the embedded target to enable software development, integration and test months before physical hardware is available.
26th May 2016

Integrity strategy expanded to make automotive software safer and more secure

Integrity strategy expanded to make automotive software safer and more secure
It has been announced today that the Software Integrity strategy from Synopsys has been expanded to address the cyber security and safety challenges faced by the automotive industry.
24th May 2016

SP & cache configurations enable smart automotive sensors

Synopsys has announced the extension of its Safety Enhancement Package (SEP) to DesignWare ARC EM processors that include cache support and DSP acceleration. The ARC EM4, EM6, EM5D and EM7D cores, combined with the ARC SEP option, have been certified ASIL D Ready by SGS-TÜV Saar, a leading independent certification company.
17th May 2016

Synopsys verification solution certified for ISO 26262 automotive functional safety

Synopsys announces that key products in its functional safety verification solution are now certified for the ISO 26262 automotive functional safety standard. SGS-TÜV Saar, an independent accredited assessor, formally certified VCS Functional Verification solution, Certitude functional qualification solution and Verdi Debug solution with verification planning and coverage, following an industry-standard Functional Safety Tool Qualification.
17th May 2016

Synopsys extends verification IP portfolio for automotive applications

Synopsys has announced the expansion of its VC Verification IP (VIP) portfolio with CAN 2.0/FD/TT (ISO 16845 compliant), LIN, FlexRay and Ethernet Audio Video Bridging (AVB) protocols for the verification of automotive applications. These verification IP titles include test suites and spec-linking technology required to verify compliance to automotive standards.
6th April 2016

Synopsys releases LucidShape & LucidDrive Version 2.1

Synopsys has announced the availability of version 2.1 of its LucidShape and LucidDrive software products for the design and virtual-reality simulation of automotive exterior lighting. Synopsys LucidShape version 2.1 introduces upgraded interfaces to its TreeView structure and Visualize Module that speed the design and analysis of 3D automotive lighting models, as well as options for simulating vehicle headlamp glare effects as perceived by the human eye.
10th March 2016

Automotive test solutions meet ISO 26262 standard

TetraMAX ATPG, DesignWare STAR Hierarchical System and DesignWare STAR Memory System, key components of Synopsys' manufacturing test solution, are now certified for the ISO 26262 automotive functional safety standard. SGS-TÜV Saar, an independent accredited assessor, formally certified Synopsys' TetraMAX, STAR Hierarchical System and STAR Memory System following an in-depth Functional Safety Process Audit of the tool and IP development processes.
5th October 2015

Automotive IC suppliers deploy Synopsys' test solution

Synopsys has announced that automotive IC suppliers worldwide are standardising on its manufacturing test solution to achieve their goals for lower Defective Parts Per Million (DPPM), reduced test costs associated with digital and mixed-signal designs, and in-system self-test to ensure functional safety. 
13th July 2015

Accelerate the qualification of automotive SoCs

Synopsys has announced that it is accelerating automotive SoC development with a broad portfolio of silicon-proven IP for automotive applications. The DesignWare IP portfolio includes Ethernet AVB, LPDDR4, MIPI CSI-2 and DSI, HDMI, PCIe, USB, mobile storage, logic libraries, embedded memories, Non-Volatile Memories (NVM), data converters, Synopsys ARC EM processors with Safety Enhancement Package (SEP), EV vision processors and the Sensor and Control IP Subsystem. The portfolio meets key automotive functional safety requirements today and is being further enhanced to address AEC-Q100 and TS 16949 requirements. With the DesignWare IP, SoC designers can accelerate their functional safety assessments and meet the high quality levels required in automotive applications such as ADAS and infotainment. 
11th June 2015

Design software features photorealistic visualisation module

Synopsys has announced the availability of version 2.0 of its LucidShape automotive lighting design software, which delivers a powerful photorealistic visualisation module for efficient performance evaluations early in the design cycle, as well as productivity-enhancing tools to enable faster, more accurate model creation. LucidShape 2.0 empowers automotive lighting engineers to develop, verify and deliver high-quality designs while reducing product development time.
31st March 2015

VDK speeds software development for Freescale S32V200 MCUs

Synopsys has announced the availability of its VDK for Freescale's S32V200 family of MCUs. The VDK uses the S32V234 virtual prototype as an embedded target for early and more efficient software development, integration and test of ADAS. 
6th March 2015

In the virtual loop

Moving to a virtual development environment for automotive control embedded software. By Marc Serughetti, Synopsys.
27th January 2015

NVM IP is 75% smaller than alternatives & reduces test times by 3X

Claiming to be up to 75% smaller than alternative NVM IP solutions, the DesignWare AEON Trim NVM IP for high-voltage processes has been launched by Synopsys. Faster programming times reduce NVM test times by 3X compared to alternative NVM solutions, enabling designers to reduce production test times and minimize test costs for automotive and industrial ICs.
8th July 2014

Synopsys VDK portfolio now supports Renesas RH850/E1x MCUs

Expanding the company's portfolio of Virtualizer Development Kits (VDKs), Synopsys has announced the RH850/E1x series reference virtual prototype. Targeting powertrain Electronic Control Units (ECUs), this VDK enables automotive engineers to start software development, integration and test, months before hardware is available. This helps to reduce development cost and speed time to market.
28th March 2014

Illumination design software features automotive modeling and analysis

Version 8.1 of the illumination design software, LightTools, has been announced by Synopsys. Featuring speed improvements for tracing backward rays and generating photorealistic images, this enhanced version provides new modeling and analysis features for general lighting, automotive and biomedical applications.
16th December 2013

Synopsys Introduces DesignWare ARC EM SEP Processor for Safety-Compliant Automotive Systems

Synopsys, Inc. today announced availability of the new DesignWare ARC EM SEP (Safety Enhancement Package) Processor core for automotive safety-compliant applications. The 32-bit ARC EM SEP processor is based on the highly efficient ARC EM4 core. It delivers performance up to 300 MHz and power consumption as low as 16 mW/MHz on typical 65-nanometer (nm) low power silicon processes, with integrated hardware safety features that enable ASIL D compliance in support of the ISO 26262 standard. In addition, the DesignWare ARC MetaWare Compiler helps software developers accelerate the development of ISO 26262-compliant code and is undergoing ASIL D readiness certification by SGS-TUV Saar, a leading independent safety certification company. The combination of a safety-enhanced processor and compiler makes the ARC EM SEP core ideally suited for system-on-chips (SoCs) designed for embedded automotive applications such as movement and acceleration sensors, advanced driver assistance systems and electric power steering.
15th October 2013


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