Test & Measurement

proteanTecs achieves ASIL-B certification

15th June 2023
Harry Fowle

proteanTecs has announced that the company’s IP for system-on-chip (SoC) health and performance monitoring and die-to-die interconnect monitoring has received Automotive Safety Integrity Level B (ASIL-B) certification.

Part of the ISO 26262 functional safety standard, ASIL-B readiness certification is awarded after a detailed evaluation of the hardware design and an architectural metrics assessment.

Automotive manufacturers and OEMs rely on proteanTecs’ predictive on-chip monitoring solutions to assure the performance, quality, and reliability of their advanced SoCs and electronic control units (ECUs) in autonomous driving, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), connectivity and in-vehicle infotainment applications. proteanTecs’ Agents are the deep data generator behind the company’s software stack. The data from these Agents is processed by machine-learning algorithms to provide advanced analytics on-cloud, on-board, and in-chip. The company provides targeted applications for various needs, including predictive maintenance, continuous performance monitoring, power reduction, mission-profile monitoring, and more. For chiplet-based designs, proteanTecs’ die-to-die interconnect monitoring solution offers high-resolution visibility into high-bandwidth interfaces and provides 100% lane and pin coverage, at test and in mission mode.

“With the increasing complexity of automotive technology, it’s more important than ever for automotive manufacturers to have the right data to ensure the safety and reliability of their electronic systems,” said Gal Carmel, proteanTecs’ executive VP and GM of automotive. “Achieving ASIL-B readiness certification furthers our commitment to supporting mission-critical systems and is a significant milestone in our long-term standardization strategy.”

The ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, international organization dedicated to developing standards for health and safety, quality management, environmental and energy management, and IT security, among other areas. ISO 26262 aims to set an automotive-specific international standard for safety-critical components and provides a framework for developing safety-related electronic and electrical systems installed in road vehicles.

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