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Autonomous System Development

Model-based safety and cybersecurity solutions accelerate autonomous system development and certification.


Safe and Cybersecure Autonomous Vehicles

With model-based safety and cybersecurity solutions, end-to-end traceability can be established. Compliance with existing standards (such as ISO 26262, ISO 21448, ISO 15408 and other emerging standards) can be demonstrated, saving up to 50% on development time compared to more manual approaches. Ansys solutions focus on:

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    Functional Safety (FuSa)
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    Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF)
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Accelerate Safety and Cybersecurity Analysis

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Functional Safety (FuSa)

Integrate diverse safety analysis methods with Ansys model-based safety analysis, delivering end-to-end traceability and compliance with safety standards such as ISO 26262.


Identify cyber vulnerabilities by integrating architectural and functional design models with cybersecurity analysis methods.

Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF)

Undertake systematic causal analysis of SOTIF hazards and compliance with safety standards such as ISO 21448.

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Quality, Safety and Reliability Engineering

Ansys medini analyze provides dedicated support for functional safety analysis to manufacturers of electronic components and systems in the automotive, aerospace, rail and industrial domains. Take our software for a test drive with a free 30-day trial.


Ansys medini analyze

A simulation solution which combines key safety analysis methods (HAZOP, FTA, FMEA, FMEDA, CMA) in one integrated tool.

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Improving Cybersecurity for Automotive Electronics Systems via Ansys medini analyze

The increasing electrification and connectivity of the automotive industry brings a growing risk of cyberattacks. Ansys introduces medini analyze for modeling and analytics during the design phase to ward off cyber threats.


Going Beyond Point Tools for ISO 26262 Functional Safety

Effectively meet ISO 26262 safety requirements faster and more efficiently with Ansys medini analyze. Learn how to perform safety analysis and design. Discover how medini analyze supports operational situation analysis, probabilistic reliability analysis and hardware failure metrics.


What is Safety of the Intended Functionality?

The emergence of automated driving and autonomous vehicles (AVs) brings great safety engineering challenges. What if sensors work as designed, but their performance falls short under real-world conditions? Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) is a standard designed to make sure the product works as intended.


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Ansys Autonomy: Automating Embedded Planning and Controls via Model-based Software Solutions

Higher levels of autonomy are requiring OEMs and their suppliers to adapt to the latest technologies as quickly as possible and to understand and transition to a new type of decision-making — from the human to the machine. However, in this world of disruptive innovation, two key concepts lag: demonstrating safety and development efficiency. 

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Navigating Safety of the Intended Functionality for ADAS and AV Systems

What if components ― sensors, for example ― are working as designed, but are falling short under real-world conditions and creating hazardous conditions?

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Going Beyond Functional Safety: SOTIF Analysis of Automotive Systems

In this webinar, learn how Ansys medini analyze supports the new SOTIF standard for road vehicles (ISO/CD 21448), and aids in the systematic identification, evaluation and subsequent risk mitigation of hazards caused by functional insufficiencies.

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Understanding the SOTIF Domain and How Safety Analysis Tools Can Perform SOTIF-Related Analysis of E/E Systems

In this on-demand webinar, we will introduce the concepts of SOTIF and illustrate how our safety analysis tool — medini analyze — can perform SOTIF-related analysis of E/E systems. 

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6 Steps to a Smart Cybersecurity Strategy for In-Vehicle Systems

In this webinar, learn a six-step process aimed at identifying and addressing cyber vulnerabilities across the entire electronics architecture. 

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ISO 26262-Compliant Functional Safety Analysis

Attend this webinar to learn how the Ansys medini analyze model-based suite of safety analyses supports multiple techniques in an integrated toolchain, and helps to effectively manage and control cybersecurity and functional safety analyses, including safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF).

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Systematic Cybersecurity Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment

In this webinar, we dynamically demonstrate how systematic cybersecurity analysis enables engineers to mitigate vulnerabilities to hacking and cyberattacks.

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Fast Tracking ADAS Autonomous Vehicle Development with Simulation

This 60-minute Webinar will describe six specific areas where simulation is essential in the development of autonomous vehicles and ADAS. It will also provide examples and substantiate the benefits of simulation while identifying the tools needed for ADAS and autonomous vehicle simulation.


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Autonomy e-book

Discover how the biggest brands in the world are using simulation to make electrification a reality.


Ansys medini analyze + ZF Group Case Study

Automotive systems supplier ZF Friedrichshafen AG utilizes Ansys medini analyze to drive agility, innovation and efficiencies in its embedded safety systems development and verification process.


Linking Safety Management Software Simplifies ADAS and Autonomous Car Design

Market demands are directing the automotive industry toward advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous cars. Naturally, ADAS and autonomous systems add complexity to automotive products. This complexity breeds vulnerabilities that could plague safety management engineers.


Simulation is the Fastest Way to Get Autonomous Cars on the Market

Autonomous cars will only be safe when they are better able than humans to adapt to anything the open road can throw at them.



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UL 4600: Making the Case for Autonomous Vehicle Safety

Demonstrating the safety of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is crucial to making them a mass market reality. Existing safety standards provide a starting point by addressing functional safety, as well as safety of the intended functionality.

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Steps Engineers Need to Take to Ensure Automotive Cybersecurity

Smart, connected cars are loaded with digital systems and embedded software. This trend is only picking up speed as we continue in the race to autonomous vehicles.



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