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ISO 26262 provides the regulations that Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers need to follow to ensure each system reaches the highest safety standard. Registered
While ISO 26262 offers state of the art standards in Functional Safety, it is challenging to understand and implement. While these standards are not yet law, many large automotive companies are enforcing them internally and with their vendors.
Given our unique position as a voting ISO 26262 committee member, we have an exhaustive understanding of the latest revisions and where the standard is headed in the future. LHP is fully equipped to help any automotive organization obtain compliance for the first time. We offer hands-on guidance in setting up the appropriate structure from the beginning.
We will lead you through the entire process, enabling you to get back to the work you do best. We work with you to streamline your management structure to maximize the value of your organization, identify the necessary safety requirements, and create a system for verification and validation by providing the following:
LHP has standardized the steps toward compliance to ISO 26262. By applying a controlled recipe that addresses business and technical needs, organizations can leverage the most important features of ISO 26262 at the right time. By working with our partners we have made these steps feasible and cost effective for small startup organizations and large established multi-nationals.
GAP analysis to the latest safety standards
Process and workflow optimization
Development of safety, production, and maintenance plans
Training on safety-critical applications
Development of nearshore and offshore engineering teams
Management of subcontractors and DIA development
Definition of a hardware/software safety architecture
Optimized model-based development process
Establish internal safety standards
Development of embedded controls/software in safety critical applications
Creation of tools, work product templates, and verification and validation checklists
Development of integrated hardware/software verification and validation plans
Execution of system and hardware/software test plans