Shaping the future of autonomous drivingAutomotive semiconductor complexity has exploded. With leading-edge processing capability and no-compromise operational safety, automotive devices must meet the rigorous ISO 26262 standard, difficult using current slow, inadequate tools and processes. Leveraging breakthrough technology, Optima is revolutionizing automotive IC development, providing next-generation solutions that allow engineering teams to deliver automotive ICs in a fraction of the time. Optima’s revolutionary fault simulation delivers order-of-magnitude execution acceleration and, when coupled with their automated ASIL-C/D safety block conversion, shrinks schedules and transforms quality.
Autonomous-driving is transforming cars into supercomputers on wheels, leveraging hundreds of highly complex, cooperating electronic devices. This has triggered a vast expansion of the automotive semiconductor market with many competing chip and IP vendors. Functional safety is the main challenge designers need to overcome to enter this sector, where devices must meet the requirements of the stringent ISO-26262 safety standard. However, existing market tools are slow and inadequate, preventing engineering teams to achieve the highest ASIL-C/D safety rating. Optima is changing this, with a set of tools, methodologies and services that enable teams to achieve ASIL-D on their largest, most complex designs, easily and on schedule.
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April 30, 2019
Come and meet Optima at DVCon 2019 Europe in Munich, Germany (Oct 29-30). We will be in booth #300
April 30, 2019
Come and meet Optima at ChipeEx2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel (May 12-13). We will be in booth B4-B6
February 28, 2017