Safety and Quality Tracer. Trademark from Fujitsu pending.
 ISO 26262
An international standard implemented in November 2011. Aims to increase the safety of onboard control systems, encourages a V-model development process, and defines development methods and products that will ensure safety.
 Automotive SPICE
A standardized software-development process for the auto industry established in 2005. Encourages a V-model software development process. ISO 26262 also references Automotive SPICE.
Automotive Open System Architecture. An organization and standard established in 2003 that promotes platform standardization for onboard control systems. Aims to increase the quality and efficiency of the control-system development process through platform standardization.
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Date: 17 November, 2011
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