Whitepaper addresses systematic and random hardware faults

1st November 2018
Posted By : Daisy Stapley-Bunten

 Functional safety standards are designed to help minimise the risk of physical injury to people or damage to property resulting from dangerous failures.

These failures can arise from:

  • Systematic faults
  • Random hardware faults

The challenge that system engineers face is to design systems in a way that addresses both systematic and random hardware faults in order to prevent dangerous failures from occurring. Failing to do so could hinder the system from achieving a safe state in the event of a system failure. C2000 SafeTI products are developed using a certified hardware development process and have several built-in safety mechanisms to ensure that they meet the stringent demands of functional safety standards.

Read the whitepaper here.

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