Julie Pike :
Ensuring Dependability in Autos with Industry Standards
Julie Pike :
As accountability becomes increasingly crucial, automotive companies need to assure their vehicles are dependable throughout the developmental and operational phases.
The Object Management Group (OMG®) Systems Assurance Task Force is currently working on a standard for the Dependability Assurance Framework For Safety-Sensitive Consumer Devices (formally known as the Consumer Device Safety Standard or CDSS). The proposed CDSS standard will be a process model of simultaneous development of embedded control software and dependability cases.
The Task Force is currently seeking input from members of the automotive industry with its Request For Proposal (RFP) document (http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?sysa/2013-3-20). The RFP outlines general and specific requirements on proposals and gives instructions on how to submit a proposal.
To learn more about CDSS, view presentations, and read the latest news, please visit http://www.omg.org/hot-topics/cdss.htm.
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