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Inceptio Technology Receives China's First Highest ASIL D Certificate of Functional Safety Process for Autonomous Driving Truck Development

2021-05-14

The SGS Global Competence Center for Functional Safety issued to Inceptio Technology China's first ISO26262 ASIL D Certificate of Functional Safety Process for Autonomous Driving Truck Development on May 14, 2021, in Shanghai.

 

This certification marks Inceptio Technology's success in establishing an internationally advanced R&D process system for autonomous heavy-duty trucks. The system not only meets the highest Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL D) of ISO26262 Functional Safety Process Certification, but also complies with the auto-grade safety standards. It also brings the company one step closer to its goal of realizing L3 truck volume production by the end of 2021.

 

 

"This certification was completed in the fastest and most efficient way, a rare record in our certification review history. Inceptio Technology's success in receiving the ISO26262 ASIL D Certificate of Functional Safety Process for Autonomous Driving Truck Development at its first attempt is underpinned by their solid technical strengths in the development and volume production of autonomous heavy-duty trucks as well as their in-depth understanding and full preparation with regard to the auto-grade safety standards," said Edward Li, Director of SGS China Automotive Functional Safety Center.

 

"ISO26262 is an international standard for functional safety in the automotive industry aiming to minimize the risks of automotive electric and electronic system failures through well-designed development processes. Receiving the ISO26262 ASIL D Certificate of Functional Safety Process for Autonomous Driving Truck Development from SGS is a must for volume production of autonomous heavy-duty trucks. Inceptio Technology will intensify its efforts to get more product certificates for functional safety to ensure smooth volume production and roll-out of autonomous trucks," said Gary Huang, Executive Vice President of Inceptio Technology.