The ISO 26262 standard defines functional safety for automotive E/E systems. Since the publication of the first edition of this standard in 2011, many different safety techniques complying to the ISO 26262 have been developed. However, it is not clear which parts and (sub-) phases of the standard are targeted by these techniques and which objectives of the standard are particularly addressed. Therefore, we carried out a gap analysis to identify gaps between the safety standard objectives of the part 3 till 7 and the existing techniques. In this paper the results of the gap analysis are presented such as we identified that there is a lack of mature tool support for the ASIL subphase and a need for a common platform for the entire product development cycle.
Keywords: ISO 26262, vehicle safety, safety standard, gap analysis
|Title of host publication||International Workshop on Modelling in Automotive Software Engineering (MASE 2015, Ottawa, Canada, September 27, 2015; co-located with MODELS'15)|
|Editors||M. Antkiewicz, J. Atlee, J. Dingel, R. S|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|Name||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|