Every line of code in a vehicle needs to be safe, secure, and reliable.
That’s why static code analysis experts from Perforce (formerly PRQA) were invited to join the working group for AUTOSAR’s “Guidelines for the use of the C++14 language in critical and safety-related systems”.
AUTOSAR guidelines are a smart choice for C++ developers. And it’s now easier to use them to achieve functional safety compliance, particularly with ISO 26262.
- Why AUTOSAR guidelines were developed — and the philosophy behind them.
- How the rules changed in the latest version — including mapping to ISO 26262.
- What’s next for AUTOSAR guidelines — hint: being merged into MISRA C++.
- Plus what’s next for AUTOSAR guidelines.