Inomize Joins ARM Functional Safety Partnership Program


Inomize is proud to be a part of Arm’s Functional Safety Partnership Program.

The Inomize engineering team is intimately familiar with the various standards, protocols, concepts and alike that are associated with designing an SoC for the automotive and aerospace market, like:

1. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

2. ISO26262 - Road vehicles – Functional safety standard

3. Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)

4. In Vehicle Infotainment (IVI)

5. Light Imaging, Detection, And Ranging (LIDAR)

6. Connected Car

7. Autonomous Driving

Inomize has worked on several projects involving functional safety.

Two of them are described below:

  • Project 1: We developed an ASIC ASIL B, ISO 26262 ADAS using TSMC 16nmFFC, where Inomize invested more than 40 MY in developing the ASIC.

  • FIT calculation

  • lock step methodology

  • safe island

  • LBIST

  • parity bits

  • memory ECCs

  • clock monitors

  • Project 2 We are developing an ASIC ASIL B ISO 26262 vehicle communication using TSMC 28nm HPC+, where Inomize is inverting ~20 MY in developing the ASIC

  • As part of the development we implemented the following safety mechanism:

  • memory ECCs

  • clock monitors

  • parity bits

  • LBIST

  • FMEDA

  • lock step methodology

  • FIT calculation

To learn more of Arm’s functional safety program, click here.

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