07 October 2011

Addressing the challenges of functional safety in the automotive and industrial markets

Real time control of safety critical applications has been a longtime challenge for engineers.

Automotive and industrial application functions are becoming more complex, and industry standards require more sophisticated functional safety concepts.

Learn more about how functional safety requirements are changing the design game, the details behind Freescale's SafeAssure program and the hardware solutions targeting safety applications.

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Freescale Semiconductor

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