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Automotive Functional Safety and Robustness — Never the Twain or Hand in Glove?

Abstract

The FMEA/FMECA analysis technique has been used for over 30 years in the automotive industry in the context of product quality and robustness. More recently the discipline of functional safety has been adopted by the industry for analysing software-based control systems. Both of these approaches seek to predict undesirable outcomes that may occur and then take steps to avoid them. Despite these similarities, and their joint use within the industry, the quality and robustness process and the functional safety process have very little alignment in terms of risk assessment and mitigation. This paper makes the case for a better alignment and proposes a means of achieving it.
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hal-01193010 , version 1 (04-09-2015)

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Roger Rivett, Ibrahim Habli, Tim Kelly. Automotive Functional Safety and Robustness — Never the Twain or Hand in Glove?. CARS 2015 - Critical Automotive applications: Robustness & Safety, Sep 2015, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01193010⟩

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