Safety of the Intended Functionality: How Ansys Can Help You Meet This New Standard for Autonomous Vehicles

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A new standard, ISO 21448, will soon be introduced to identify and address performance shortfalls that occur even in the absence of a system failure. This new standard, Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF), raises the bar by ensuring that every component works as designed and that its design is adequate to fulfil its intended goal with sufficient performance. While the new SOTIF standard requires a higher level of engineering, Ansys can help. With a full range of safety analysis and engineering simulation solutions, Ansys enables autonomous vehicle development teams to build flawless performance into their designs from the earliest stages ― and verify that performance before vehicles ever hit the road. 

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