To achieve FuSa compliance, you need certifications of design and development tools  — as well as certifications of design and development workflows and processes themselves.

However, your certifications must be based on the specific versions of the tools and processes involved.

An IP-Centric Methodology to Functional Safety

Functional safety compliance is a relatively new and rapidly evolving discipline. It is gaining prominence within safety-critical applications — such as automotive systems semiconductor design.

Design and development of systems with functional safety compliance in mind is a major challenge even for large and well-equipped project teams.

This white paper introduces an IP-centric design and development methodology as a way to assure that FuSa compliance is traceable down to the level of individual hardware designs and software components, with discussion of:

  • FuSa compliance methodologies.
  • FuSa compliance traceability problem.
  • IP-centric methodology: diagram components and managing FuSa certificates.

Fill out the form to get access to this white paper and learn how Helix IPLM (formerly Methodics IPLM) solves traceability challenges and enables you to achieve FuSa compliance.