AImotive relies on first ISO26262 certified simulator to power CI/CD (continuous integration and delivery) of automated driving

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Written by AImotive Press Release / Posted at 4/28/20

AImotive relies on first ISO26262 certified simulator to power CI/CD (continuous integration and delivery) of automated driving

Budapest, Hungary – April 28, 2020 - AImotive,

one of the world’s leading providers of automated driving technologies today announced that its aiSim™ simulator has been certified to TCL 3 according to ISO 26262:2018 by TÜV-Nord becoming the world’s first ISO26262 certified comprehensive automated driving simulator for the development of automated driving solutions. The ISO 26262 standard is the automotive industry’s fundamental standard for functional safety, governing the development of all automotive systems. TCL 3 is the highest level of tool confidence, which is necessary for product development targeting ASIL D. 

“By relying on our in-house developed simulation tool AImotive has created a unique continuous integration – continuous delivery software development pipeline for safety critical automated driving software,” said Szabolcs Janky, Head of Product Management, aiSim at AImotive.  “It is one of the few purpose-built simulators to handle the complexities of simulation for automated driving development.”

The company began developing its innovative aiSim™ in the nascent days of simulation in automated driving. TCL 3 enables aiSim to be an integral part of a development and verification toolchain up to ASIL D, ensuring deterministic, realistic, and repeatable testing. Relying on certified tools, for example, helps developers overcome the whiplash effect, and discern whether a problem comes from the software or tooling.

Relying on such certified tools has allowed AImotive to continue development when road testing possibilities are limited during the global COVID-19 outbreak. The company’s simulation powered continuous integration – continuous delivery pipeline built around aiSim has limited the disruptions felt by engineering teams, ensuring that the future of mobility draws ever closer.

About AImotive:
AImotive is one of the largest independent teams in the world working on automated driving technologies. Developing self-driving software, proprietary simulation tools and neural network acceleration hardware IP, we are building an ecosystem to aid the deployment of automated driving. To catalyse industry collaboration our products are scalable, modular and hardware agnostic. We build on our team’s expertise in artificial intelligence, sensor fusion, 3D graphics and real-world automated driving workloads, to support partners in realizing their self-driving goals.