SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 15 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Connected vehicle software and data management platform company Sibros today announced its ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification for its Deep Updater and Bootloader products, issued by ULthe global leader in safety science focused on safety, quality, durability and trust.
Sibros strives to change the automotive industry by making vehicles safer, more efficient and easier to manage with its in-vehicle OTA (Over-the-Air) software and cloud-based data management solution, Deep Connected Platform. The two key products of this platform that have been certified for ASIL-D include Deep Updater, which manages software packages and electronic control unit (ECU) firmware updates, and Sibros Bootloaders, responsible for downloading and verifying ECU application images and executable commands.
Designed from the ground up as a complete automotive OTA software management system, Sibros enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to deliver in-depth, safe and secure software updates to safety-critical components across a wide range of vehicles. The ASIL-D rating signifies that Sibros’ products meet the highest level of functional safety requirements in accordance with documented best practices, processes and procedures for automotive OTA software updates. In addition, these best practices apply to UNECE WP.29 regulatory framework, helping automakers to also meet cybersecurity requirements throughout the vehicle software development lifecycle.
“As vehicle complexity continues to grow, more and more OEMs are relying on software updates to manage safety-critical ECUs. Therefore, it becomes even more important to have an over-the-air system that meets the highest functional safety standards,” said Jody Nelson, general manager of functional safety for the Energy and Industrial Automation group at UL. “We commend Sibros for helping to advance the role of functional safety in the automotive industry by achieving ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification for its Live Connected Vehicle products.”
“Sibros’ adherence to the ISO 26262 ASIL-D standard means that our OEM customers can now provide remote software updates or upgrades to any vehicle component with the same level of security and confidence they get when a dealership technician performs an update in a service bay at a dealership,” said Mayank Sikaria, CTO and co-founder of Sibros. Likewise, I am delighted that Sibros is now among the first companies in the OTA software product industry to achieve ASIL-D certification, underscoring our commitment to putting functional safety at the forefront of everything we do.”
Sibros powers the connected vehicle ecosystem with its Deep Connected Platform™ which provides comprehensive OTA vehicle software updates, data collection and diagnostics in a vertically integrated system. DCP supports any vehicle architecture, including ICE, hybrid, EV and fuel cell, while meeting rigorous safety, security and compliance standards. By combining powerful automotive software and data management tools in a single platform, Sibros enables OEMs to realize hundreds of connected vehicle use cases spanning fleet management, predictive maintenance, data monetization , paid feature upgrades, and more. For more information on the Silicon Valley-based company, visit www.sibros.com.
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