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In this whitepaper, written in conjunction with the avionics experts at AFuzion, we examine this important safety standard and the key components of ARP4761A.
This eBook covers the importance of tracing requirements without the headaches and risks of a traceability matrix in Excel.
Learn how optimizing your engineering team’s collaboration can streamline the product development process, add business value, and provide a competitive edge.
This paper looks at the challenges companies face when addressing the intersection of functional safety and efficient, collaborative product development.
Read this customer story to see how Jama Software helps automotive innovator Arteris IP simplify complex semiconductor IP development.
In this post, we explore how as businesses continue to shift focus to faster time-to-market and customer-driven product development, deeper collaboration amongst teams is not only desired but...
In this datasheet, we’ll demonstrate how to reduce the time required for validation for automotive teams with the Functional Safety Kit for Jama Connect.
This infographic covers the best way to build an audit trail for product developers in highly regulated industries to comply with standards and regulations.
In this post, experts from LHP Engineering Solutions examine the difference between being ISO 26262 compliant and being ISO 26262 certified.
Compliance standards that involve relatively new functional safety elements, will likely add additional requirements to the development process.
In this post, we discuss our partnership with internationally-recognized testing body TÜV SÜD, and how it helps our customers bring safer products to market.
In this post, we examine functional safety standards like ISO 26262 for automotive developers, and how LHP and Jama Software can help ensure compliance.
In Part II of our six-part automotive series, our experts discuss how to ensure functional safety compliance using Jama Connect for Automotive.
Learn how Jama Connect helps Arteris IP find and address issues earlier in the process, reducing risk and better enabling them to meet functional safety compliance standards.
Today’s move-fast-get-it-to-market-yesterday product development culture puts a lot of pressure on companies to innovate quickly, but creating a safety-first culture can save you from product...
In this post, we discuss how to collaborate across government and program teams to stay aligned with contractors using built-in requirements collaboration.
Whether you’re just entering the automotive market or looking to improve your development process, you’ll need to become extremely familiar with the ISO 26262 standard. There are plenty of updates...
When building complex products that must adhere to strict standards, too often the functional safety team gets looped in after development has begun.