Safety standard may force more complex designs in auto MEMS

03/26/2012 | EE Times Asia (free registration)

Panelists at a recent session on the microelectromechanical systems market warned that a new international safety standard, ISO26262, could lead to a more complex design process in developing chips for such applications as autonomous vehicles and self-parking. "Sales into automotive requires that MEMS makers change the way they develop and manufacture," said Bernhard Schmid, manager of sensor systems at Continental.

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