How to Easily Build Functional Safety into Your Automotive Cluster Design
Fully programmable instrument clusters are becoming common in automobiles across varying price categories. This presents a significant challenge for developers of instrument cluster graphics. Where once an analog instrument cluster displayed mission-critical information like warning signs and PRNDL status, now the same information needs to be represented on a digital display.
This webinar explores the challenges associated with implementing high-resolution digital instrument cluster displays, and the tools needed to to meet the ISO 26262 standard for safe boot, complex embedded algorithm processing, and functional safety diagnostics. We'll show you how to ensure fail-safe performance of instrument cluster graphics, and present examples of cost-effective solutions that OEMs and Tier-1 manufacturers are using to successfully implement safe instrument clusters for production.
Attendees will learn:
- Functional Safety 101: The automotive instrument cluster challenge
- Automotive-proven solution for ISO 26262-compliant automotive displays
- A breakdown of this solution architecture—from tools to hardware
Pritesh Mandaliya, Applications Manager, Cypress Semiconductor
Pritesh Mandaliya holds a master's degree in electrical engineering from San Jose State University and is presently employed at Cypress Semiconductor Corp. as an applications manager in the Memory Products Division focusing on NOR Flash product development. Mandaliya has more than seven years of experience defining Sync SRAM and NOR Flash memory products. He is currently engaged in next-generation NOR Flash product definition, while also supporting customers, worldwide Sales and FAE teams with solutions, technical articles, training, and demos.
Gary Miller, Technical Marketing Manager, Altia
As Technical Marketing Manager for Altia, Gary Miller sets technical marketing direction for the company's user interface development software and services. Miller is responsible for forging strong relationships with embedded ecosystem partners by coordinating and directing the development of demonstration systems to showcase Altia's capabilities on industry-leading silicon products. Before joining Altia, Miller was involved in new solutions business development, marketing and engineering operations across the Renesas automotive powertrain, electric vehicle, chassis, and body products.