Month: May 2021

Ignitarium joins Arm’s Functional Safety Partnership Program

Ignitarium is proud to announce that it is now a member of the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program. Over the years, Ignitarium has built expertise on the Arm family of processors specifically on Automotive SoC. The team provides value-added services to partners and customers in the areas of Functional safety SDK, supporting them in achieving …

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A cost-effective debug solution using OpenOCD for hardware platforms

In today’s world, hardware platforms are growing in complexity and reducing the time to market for these platforms is key to capturing the market segment. Gone are the days when the hardware was considered as a critical piece; customers now expect the board to be delivered as a package containing world-class hardware infrastructure with reliable …

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Automotive Hardware Functional Safety (FuSa) Features: ISO 26262

In all critical applications like aircrafts, medical equipment and automobiles, there is a requirement for the systems to be reliable and safe. These requirements are important since human lives are at stake, which have led to the development of safety standards in various industries. The basic idea behind functional safety is that the overall system …

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