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Managing Requirements-Based Verification for Safety-Critical FPGAs and SoCs   
Safety-critical industry standards such as DO-254 for avionics, IEC 61508/61511 for industrial and ISO 26262 for automotive enforce a requirements-based verification process to ensure that the end-product is reliable, safe and will function as intended under all foreseeable conditions. Adhering to a strict requirements-based verification approach entails that organizations must follow certain processes and provide a long list of reports and deliverables. With the growing size and complexity of today’s FPGAs and SoCs, the requirements that must be managed, reviewed, validated, traced, implemented and verified have also undeniably multiplied. Requirements frequently change impacting other project elements which leads to more rework, redesign and retests. The traceability from requirements to test data must be created and preserved so testing activities can get chaotic without a systematic method to manage it. If organizations do not have a system in place to efficiently manage these underlying activities, this translates to more time and money and unfortunately in many cases project failure. Learn in this webinar the common processes of requirements-based verification for safety-critical FPGAs and SoCs. We will describe the associated challenges, and we will show how Aldec’s tool Spec-TRACER can facilitate industry best engineering best practices to overcome these challenges. Play webinar   
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