Our Highest Standards for Functional Safety
Arm Cortex-R processors are designed for implementation on advanced silicon processes where high-performance and cost-effective processing is required. Cortex-R52 is the most advanced processor in the Cortex-R family delivering real-time performance for functional safety.
Robust hardware-enforced software separation provides confidence that software functions can’t interfere with each other. For safety-related tasks, this can mean less code needs to be certified, saving time, cost and effort.
Virtualization support gives developers flexibility, readily allowing consolidation of applications using multiple operating systems within a single CPU. This eases the addition of functionality but without growing the number of electronic control units.
High-performance multicore clusters of Cortex-R52 CPUs deliver real-time responsiveness for deterministic systems with the lowest Cortex-R latency.
Functional Safety for Cars
Automotive systems are demanding higher levels of functional safety. Because faults and failures may be life threatening, automotive systems are demanding higher levels of functional safety. Enabling functional safety from classic automotive applications such as anti-lock braking systems to sophisticated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving is a priority. Cortex-R52 supports the highest level of functional safety for the widening range of automotive applications.
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Software Test Libraries
Arm's Software Test Libraries provide diagnostic coverage to address functional safety requirements for ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 systems, with flexible execution scheduling minimizing the run-time impact on applications.
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Everything you need to know to make the right decision for your project. Includes technical documentation, industry insights, and where to go for expert advice.
- The Flexible Approach to Adding Functional Safety to a CPU
- New Arm Cortex-R52 enables autonomous systems with the highest functional safety standards
- A Starters Guide to Arm Processing Power in Automotive
- Report: Autonomous Vehicles: From Prototype to Production
- Webinar: Forrester & Arm Survey Insights: From Prototype to Production