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Achieving ISO 21448 (SOTIF) compliance

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Understanding the strategies for implementing safety in level 3 automated vehicles


The safety of road vehicles is a critical concern for the automotive industry. As vehicle functionalities advance, they increasingly rely on sensing, complex algorithm , and precise actuation within Automated Level 1 to Level 5 systems, which encompass both electrical and electronic (E/E) components.

Ensuring road vehicle safety involves avoiding unreasonable risks associated with every hazard related to the intended functionality and its implementation. These risks may arise not from failures but from insufficiencies in specification or performance, defining the concept of Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF). SOTIF, equivalent to ISO 21448 is a relatively new standard that addresses safety in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Automated Driving (AD) vehicles. It complements the existing ISO 26262 standard, which focuses on functional safety.


During this webinar our DNV expert discussed how businesses navigate through different methodologies and processes of automated vehicle based on ISO 21448 for Autonomous Driving System (ADS) Level 3.