MathWorks Consulting Services works with you to migrate your existing process—whether based on manual methods or Model-Based Design—to a process framework for using Model-Based Design with ISO 26262. Customized to your specific environment, tools, and application, the ISO 26262 Process Deployment Advisory Service identifies gaps in your current processes, develops a road map to a more optimized process framework using Model-Based Design, and works with you to deploy that road map.
The ISO 26262 Process Deployment Advisory Service is delivered by senior-level MathWorks Consultants with knowledge gained from years of developing high-integrity software in collaboration with customers in the automotive industry. MathWorks Consulting Services helps organizations avoid common mistakes and reduce the time, effort, and cost to develop high-integrity embedded systems that satisfies ISO 26262 objectives.
MathWorks Consulting Services works with you to:
The steps to deployment vary by company and application. MathWorks Consulting Services draws on product expertise and industry background to tailor the process to fit your needs. Steps to deployment may include:
Contact MathWorks Consulting Services to discuss your specific requirements.
"We leveraged MathWorks Consultants to apply Model-Based Design for ISO 26262 on our new Integrated Restraints and Braking Controller (IRBC) developed with Simulink, Stateflow, Simulink Design Verifier, and Embedded Coder for production code generation and verification."Rich Rakes, Lead Engineer, Autoliv
John Lee is a senior consultant engineer who works with customers in the automotive and commercial vehicles industry to address embedded controls development challenges and implement Model-Based Design. John’s current technical focus is on model verification and validation techniques and ISO 26262. With over 15 years of industry experience, John has worked for Caterpillar and Delphi in a variety of applications ranging from diesel cold start control, semi-active suspension systems, and automotive interior modules. John received his B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from the Ohio State University.