With the move to automated driving quickly accelerating, the industry is facing a changing landscape when it comes to automotive safety - particularly against the backdrop of standards such as BS ISO 26262 Functional Safety, PD ISO/PAS 21448 Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and PAS 1880.
As new regulations for automated driving on UK roads is announced, BSI asks Edith Holland, Functional Safety Chief Engineer, HORIBA MIRA to explain the key role that standards will play in maintaining and achieving vehicle safety in the future.
The Safety as Standard report explores how engineers, technologists and safety leads working in the industry can use standards as part of their toolkit when designing and testing new safety features, and guidance on how to stay abreast of the changing standards. The report also includes:
- History of vehicle safety considerations
- Introduction to functional safety
- How does ISO 26262 achieve functional safety
- New trends affecting safety
- Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF)
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