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ADAS Reliability and Safety

Abstract : Summary Safety and reliability validation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is not a trivial issue. Build at a low cost level a sufficiently detailed campaign in order to validate safety related and reliability related goals for an ADAS is very difficult, since this kind of systems can encounter an almost infinite number of situations. Now, this kind of systems tends to be more and more integrated in modern cars, what makes of the problem of ADAS validation an important stake. In the event of an accident, the manufacturer can be held legally responsible. In this context, the COVADEC project has started in the mid-2013. The COVADEC project aims to provide methods and techniques for automotive OEMs and suppliers who face these problems, while enhancing the global knowledge of automotive safety standard likes ISO 26262 applicability to design and validation of ADAS sensors, and shed light on its limitations, in order to propose solutions. This document presents a summary of the works realized within this project, with the met hard points and the solutions implemented to solve them.
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Laurent Raffaelli, Guy Fayolle, Frédérique Vallée. ADAS Reliability and Safety. 20ème Congrès de maîtrise des risques et de sûreté de fonctionnement , Institut pour la Maîtrise des Risques (IMdR), Oct 2016, Saint-Malo, France. pp.10. ⟨hal-01398428⟩



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