BMW’s next-gen cruise control stops at red lights – TechCrunch

Testing using simulated inputs is how we usually do it. (Not just for SDCs.) Take publicly available data sets, internally generated test rides, crest a fuzzing process, and run lots and lots and lots of simulations.

Parts of the analysis would also just be via plain old six sigma style PHA, FMECA, fault trees, etc; for hardware failures mostly. The use of fail safe style code analysis will depend on how the software works; neural networks are still opaque to these processes.


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