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Tackling Safety And Security

By Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering | Featuring David Landoll, Solutions Architect, OneSpin

Experts at the Table: Who is responsible for safety and security and what can we do as an industry to make it better?

Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss industry attitudes towards safety and security with Dave Kelf, chief marketing officer for Breker Verification; Jacob Wiltgen, solutions architect for functional safety at Mentor, a Siemens Business; David Landoll, solutions architect for OneSpin Solutions; Dennis Ciplickas, vice president of characterization solutions at PDF Solutions; Andrew Dauman, vice president of engineering for Tortuga Logic; and Mike Bartley, chief executive officer for TV&S. This is the third part of this discussion.


Landoll: I hear that in DO-254 all the time. There is a push and pull that a lot of people doing implementations know that the energy being spent is not energy to make it safer, it is energy to get the compliance signed off. If I could put the energy into doing something else, I could actually make it safer. But I am not allowed to do that because it won’t be approved.


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