Micron automotive solutions are defined and designed with safety in mind. We continue to drive and lead the automotive market with the industry’s first and only JEDEC compliant ASIL-D ISO 26262 certified memory products. Learn about the evolution of functional safety and ISO 26262.
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1. Airbag (ASIL-D)
2. Instrument cluster (ASIL-B)
3. Engine management (ASIL-C to D)
4. Headlights (ASIL-B)
5. Radar cruise control (ASIL-C)
6. Electric power steering (ASIL-D)
7. Vision ADAS (ASIL-B)
8. Active suspension (ASIL-B to C)
9. Antilock braking (ASIL-D)
10. Brake lights (ASIL-B)
11. Rear view camera (ASIL-B)
Functional safety is the absence of unreasonable risk due to hazards caused by failures or unintended behaviors of electrical and electronic systems. The Automotive Safety Integrity level (ASIL) is measured by exposure, controllability and severity, where the corresponding ASIL level reflects the severity of harm vs. the probability of occurrence. ASIL-A is the least stringent and ASIL-D is the most stringent.
View the Micron functional safety certificates for LPDDR5 and Hardware Development Management Process.
1Micron. Assumes traditional ASIL-D implementations including in-band/in line ECC, redundancy.
Achieve full compliance to a given ASIL level by including the ISO 26262 requirements of your product’s lifecycle. Select Micron safety-optimized products include innovative features to help you achieve aggressive FIT targets / ASIL levels.
This report summarizes results of Micron’s product failure modes, effects, and diagnostic analysis (FMEDA) procedure on our products. It’s an addendum to the Safety Application Note.
To facilitate integration of a Quality Management product this includes product use cases, top-level safety requirements, failure modes, safe states and constraints, assumptions of use, etc.
Micron evaluates the product as a Class III hardware element and supports the customer with an alternative means to demonstrate compliance with ISO 26262-5. Download an excerpt of the hardware evaluation report. The full report is available by request under NDA.
Micron is leading the charge to build safety into silicon to enable the autonomous vehicle ecosystem. Listen to this podcast with Melissa Uribe to learn more.
In this talk, Micron system architect Steffen Buch discusses the factors driving our customers’ requirements for memory solutions and strategies for them to address Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL) - a risk classification scheme defined by ISO 26262 – when designing vehicles.