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Can cars fly? From avionics to automotive: Comparability of domain specific safety standards

: Gerlach, Matthias; Hilbrich, Robert; Weißleder, Stephan

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Embedded World 2011 Exhibition & Conference. Proceedings & Conference materials. CD-ROM : March 1-3, 2011, Nürnberg
Poing: WEKA Fachmedien Verlag, 2011 (Design & Elektronik)
ISBN: 978-3-7723-0861-1
9 pp.
Embedded World Exhibition and Conference <2011, Nürnberg>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer FIRST ()
avionics; automotive; safety; standards

The integration of dierent functions and infotainment in the automotive domain is a well-known issue. Integration and communication of dierent safety-relevant and non-safety-relevant functions can be done using microkernel-based operating systems. For the use in avionics, such systems have been developed according to the avionics safety standard DO-178B. For automotive, safetyrelevant functions have to meet the requirements of ISO 26262. This paper presents ongoing work on establishing comparability of safety standards from the automotive domain and the avionics domain. A high-level comparison and mapping of processes and work products between ISO 26262 and DO-178B is provided. In addition, a representative use case as a basis for a case study is presented.