On September 19 at AutoSens Brussels, Stephane Strahm of Kalray will be joining other attendees to discuss options for addressing the increasingly complex challenges facing automotive vision system engineers. Pushed by developments in markets such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles, maintaining component interoperability in increasingly complex vehicle subsystems is proving to be a big obstacle.
The Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum (KSCAF) has chosen the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) licensing model for the open sourcing of the KSCAF Requirements and Guidelines document repositories. KSCAF made the switch to encourage participation in a wider set of domains by making the documents publicly available. Non-Khronos members are allowed to provide expert feedback and high-quality content.
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Open standards are opening up supply options for OEMs and Tier 1s in the automotive industry while also satisfying safety concerns. lya Rudkin, chair of the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum discusses why open standards are increasingly important in safety critical applications in the automotive market. Comprising hardware SoC designers, software developers with safety critical experience, cybersecurity experts, and safety functional managers in various safety critical domains, the forum has combined a wealth of graphic and data compute expertise with functional safety experts. For experienced practitioners in the field of safety critical system design who would like to participate in the advent of industry safety standards for next-generation automotive, Khronos invites them to learn more about the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum here.
The Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum (KSCAF) gathers safety critical experts from a wide range of disciplines, such as transportation and medical imaging, who have experience developing software and products to widely adopting standards. The goal of KSCAF is to develop guidelines and recommendations for engineers creating open standard APIs within Khronos, and elsewhere in the industry, so that those standards can help streamline the product safety certification process. The Forum’s chair looks back on a successful 2018, with plans to expand in the new year ahead.
In April, Khronos introduced the Safety Critical Advisory Forum in response to developers’ growing concerns and demands of functional safety standards on hardware and software. The advice and support that the forum provides to Khronos Working Groups directly contributes to the creation of SC APIs. Members and non-members can contribute in the forum, this blog outlines the benefits of participation.
Codeplay is pleased to announce it has joined the MISRA working group for C++ to help move the standards forward to support C++ ‘11 and beyond, enabling software developers to build safety critical systems for automotive. “The goal for us is ultimately to have a Safety Critical Heterogeneous C++ language that is compatible with ISO standards and Khronos open standards.” Illya Rudkin from Codeplay is chair of the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Panel.