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ISO Expands Vehicle Safety Standard to Include Automated Heavy Duty Vehicles

By John Legler posted 01-04-2019 09:20

  
The International Standards Organization (ISO) ihas published a new edition of ISO 26262 [Road Vehicles – Functional Safety]. This edition adds HD vehicles in its scope in the ISO Satnadard Catalogue section 22. The bew edition did not contain a retroactive clause, so vehicle designs released prior to December, 2018 or currently under development shou;ld nopt be required to change, as there no expectation of a retroactive approach.

ISO 26262 provides a standard of care for advanced driver assistance systems (and fully automated vehicles). It will be further enhanced with a standard to address SOTIF, Safety Of The Intended Functionality. SOTIF recognizes that faithful implementations of fundamentally flawed systems may not improve safety and seeks to assess general concepts ahead of the detailed design activities.

The index of ISO 26262 is as follows:

ISO 26262-1:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 1: Vocabulary

ISO 26262-2:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 2: Management of functional safety
ISO 26262-3:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 3: Concept phase ISO 26262-4:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 4: Product development at the system level
ISO 26262-5:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 5: Product development at the hardware level
ISO 26262-6:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 6: Product development at the software level
ISO 26262-7:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 7: Production, operation, service and decommissioning
ISO 26262-8:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 8: Supporting processes
ISO 26262-9:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 9: Automotive safety integrity level (ASIL)-oriented and safety-oriented analyses
ISO 26262-10:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 10: Guidelines on ISO 26262
ISO 26262-11:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 11: Guidelines on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors
ISO 26262-12:2018 Road vehicles -- Functional safety -- Part 12: Adaptation of ISO 26262 for motorcycles
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