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Developers of safety-critical applications need to be very selective about what tools they choose to craft their products since their selected compiler and linker will touch every piece of code in their product. Functional Safety standards such as ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 help to ensure that your tools conform to the C/C++ language standards and that any tool defects are corrected according to a documented process so that you can have complete confidence that your tools are of the utmost quality. Since developers have the ultimate liability to prove that their products are safe and reliable, using a Functional Safety version of your tools makes sense, particularly when you are seeking a safety certification for your design. This session will help you understand how a Functional Safety toolchain can benefit your organization as well as help you speed your path to certification.

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