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ASPICE Assessment

Automotive technology and supply networks are becoming more complex; your process assessment doesn’t have to be! This increases the possibility of failure triggered by a system design error or software implementation issue. With passenger and public safety at risk, prudent organizations will take advantage of standards such as ASPICE to ensure that products will be built on a solid foundation and an irreproachable process.

ASPICE provides a framework for evaluating and improving the development and implementation of software and related systems embedded in motor vehicles. This ASPICE framework can be extended to hardware engineering and mechanical engineering using processes through which requirements are defined and designs are developed.

ASPICE promotes order, control, and proper flow from the definition of requirements through design, testing, and verification.

ASPICE can reduce development costs. Using the standard’s processes, errors and defects will be found earlier in development when they are less costly to correct. Also, as the organization learns and standardizes internal processes, there is an opportunity to work more efficiently through avoidance of repeated errors, reuse of gained knowledge, and consistent approaches to the work.

LHP’s Team of functional safety experts have decades of experience in process management, assessment, and requirements gathering that is designed to help lead your team through value-added approaches for process assessments and system improvements.

 Our approach of an ASPICE assessment and gap analysis, recommended action plan, and full implementation allows your organization peace of mind knowing that LHP will guide you through every step of the process.


When used properly, ASPICE offers:

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Improved Quality and Reliability


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Better Requirements Manageability 


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Reduction of Risk 


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ASPICE Work Packages 



Input: Understand the customer goals and objectives based on existing processes.

Output: Assessment report and/or Functional Safety implementation plan, project plan tailored to your needs with prioritized list of actions based on assessment.

Trusted Process

Trusted Process

Input: Functional Safety implementation plan, business needs

Output: Certified or compliant corporate processes for implementation of Functional Safety tailored to your needs

Tool Selection and Qualification

Tool Selection and Qualification

Input: Functional Safety implementation plan, current development toolchain, existing design portfolio, product line roadmap, business needs and constraints

Output: Functional Safety compliant framework, integrated toolchain, for product development that aligns with overall goals and engineering department workflow



Input: Mapping of existing skills related to business needs, product line roadmap

Output: Training on safety-related processes or tools to close the gaps and accelerate the development team

Functional Safety Product Design and Development

Functional Safety Product Design and Development

Input: Business needs and stakeholder/product requirements

Output: Functional Safety certified/compliant ECUs (Systems, Hardware, Software, Design and Test)

Safety and Project Management

Safety and Project Management

Input: Assessment, Work Scope, Project Management

Output: Schedules, budget, plans to achieve Functional Safety

Standards Comparative Analysis

Standards Comparative Analysis

Input: Applicable business standards, product roadmap

Output: Analysis report and implementation plan

Functional Safety Verification and Validation

Functional Safety Verification and Validation

Input:  Systems, software, hardware requirements, and business processes and tools

Output: Verification and validation of systems, including the development of test equipment, and processes documentation (Functional Safety / ASPICE / DO-178 or other)

Safety Analysis

Safety Analysis

Input:  Product requirements and design

Output:  Safety analysis from concept to production (i.e. HARA, FMEDA, FHA, FTA, etc.)

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