UL, the global safety leader, joined forces with Arm, a global leader in semiconductor design and silicon intellectual property development and licensing to help address semiconductor functional safety. As part of Arm’s Functional Safety Partnership Program, UL will offer functional safety training to Arm’s customers and the public. The training programs are from 27-29 July and addresses semiconductors and functional safety standards such as ISO 26262, the International Organization for Standardization for operative safety of automotive electronic and electrical safety-related systems.
Jody Nelson, Managing Director, UL’s Energy and Industrial Automation division, said: “UL’s Functional Safety Team has rooted in the belief that safety comes first. We lead with science and safety and are always looking for new and innovative solutions to help partners and customers navigate the complex technical challenges of today’s functional and autonomy safety landscape. Becoming a member of the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program will allow us to continue to help advance innovative technologies while fulfilling our mission of working for a safer world.”
Complementing the training expertise, UL’s functional safety assessment and audit services cover components, hardware, software, end products, organizational processes, cyclic project processes and software tools. It includes autonomous vehicles, machine safety and robotics, industrial control systems (ICS), consumer smart home products, smart factories and supply chains.