With publication of the second edition of ISO 26262 in 2018, the expectation amongst safety managers in the industry was that it would become harder to achieve compliance. This is especially true as the industry moves into the areas of autonomous and connected driving, e-mobility and cybersecurity. ISO 26262’s stringent requirements exert, for many, pressure to change the automotive electronics development process.
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SGS is the global market leader in functional safety training, evaluation and certification services. We are an accredited body for functional safety, and with expert teams and state of the art facilities located worldwide, we offer a full range of services relating to ISO 26262, locally and globally.
What is ISO 26262?
ISO 26262 differs from other automotive standards in that it relates purely to functional safety. Its aim is to avoid malfunctions in electronic systems that could be dangerous to drivers, passengers and other road users.
As the industry moves further towards autonomous and connected driving, e-mobility and cybersecurity, further updates can be expected. Partnering with SGS gives you the ongoing expertise you need to achieve ISO 26262 compliance now and in the future.
SGS Functional Safety Services For the Automotive Industry
SGS understands every aspect of automotive safety, from concept and system development through to testing and certification. Our functional safety experts offer the following services relating to ISO 26262:
- Training and certification
- Consulting and support
- Safety analysis
- Assessments, audits and certifications
Added Value Automotive Safety Services From SGS
We also provide the following safety related services:
- Court-proof product safety certificates
- Cybersecurity training and certification according to ISO/SAE 21434
Furthermore, SGS is involved with the co-design of standards, from the international – such as ISO 26262, ISO/SAE 21434 and IEEE P2851 – to the national, such as those of the German standardisation committees (e.g. ISO TS 5083).
SGS – Your Partner in Functional Safety
SGS is the world leader in automotive functional safety training, assessment, audit and certification services and is actively involved with the co-design of international standards. With our global network of automotive industry experts and testing facilities, we will work with you to ensure your systems fully comply with ISO 26262 functional safety requirements."