Compliance with key coding standards and guidelines — such as ISO 26262 and MISRA — is an essential part of the automotive software development process. While compliance is vital, it can be complex and time-consuming without the right software development tools and best practices.
Here, we provide an overview of everything that you need to know to get started with automotive software compliance — whether it’s for an autonomous, semi-autonomous, or traditional vehicle.
Software Compliance Essentials for Automotive Software
Software compliance is a quality measure that provides an indication of how well your software meets a specific set of rules or standards.
To better understand automotive software compliance, review the information provided in Guide to Automotive Software Compliance: Autonomous, Semi-Autonomous, and Traditional Vehicles.
By reading this white paper, you will learn about:
- What are the key coding standards and guidelines for autonomous, semi-autonomous, and traditional automotive software development.
- How to efficiently comply with key coding standards and guidelines, such as ISO 26262 and MISRA.
- How a static analysis tool can make your compliance process easier and more efficient.