ISO 26262 /
ISO 21448 (SOTIF)

ISO 26262, Functional Safety

Developing safety critical systems is not for beginners. Fortunately, we have been developing such systems for a while together with some of the world’s leading car manufacturers. For example, within the powertrain-area we have developed combustion engine controls, hybrid controls and full EV controls.


With our assistance you will get cost-optimised solutions capable of fulfilling the demands of ISO 26262. You will also gain access to our extensive knowledge within in the field, and we can offer training and guidance in many areas ranging from vehicle level development to subsystem development.

T-engineering Functional Safety involves:

ISO 21448, SOTIF

For automated driving, where Safety of the Intended Function (SOTIF) must be addressed in both vehicle-level functionality and the embedded systems, we’ve got you covered. We have first-hand knowledge on how to apply the principles to projects.


Our expert understanding of the ISO 26262 and ISO 21448 standards is actively contributing to the future applications of functional safety and SOTIF. Through participation in the international ISO work groups for said standards, we stay ahead of the curve, giving us direct influence over new and revised standards – and an excellent understanding of how to apply them for real.

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