Panasonic Automotive deploys Ansys medini analyze

Panasonic Automotive has streamlined functional safety analysis across the next-generation eCockpit development process by implementing Ansys medini analyze to help ensure compliance with industry standard ISO 26262.
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Medini analyze provides a model-based approach to efficient, repeatable and consistent analysis tasks throughout the development process, meaning industry certification is accounted for at the earliest stages of design, reducing development time and costs.

“Implementing Ansys medini analyze as a foundational tool for functional safety analysis helped us define that process while saving time. Our collaboration with Ansys allows us to deliver next-generation automotive systems that meet and exceed customer expectations for safety,” Andrew Poliak, chief technology officer at Panasonic Automotive, said.

As a part of its new systemic approach to safety analysis, Panasonic Automotive directly engaged with Ansys technical teams to create formalized training and best practices that will support future process certification initiatives.