ISO 26262 certification for EasyMile: Successful achievement of important step required to ensure safety of autonomous driving functions.

EasyMile, global leader in driverless technology, is proud to announce that it has successfully achieved ISO 26262 compliance of its Functional Safety Management process up to ASIL D, marking a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to safety and quality in its autonomous vehicle solutions. The certification underscores EasyMile’s dedication to the highest safety standards in autonomous driving for its passenger transport, industrial, airport and port solutions.

Certificate of process conformity for EasyMile, with a photo of an autonomous shuttle

Following a rigorous audit by CertX, a renowned and accredited evaluator in certification services, EasyMile has been confirmed to meet the standards outlined in ISO 26262 part 2 and 8 up to ASIL D.

Benoit Perrin, General Manager of EasyMile, said:

We are thrilled to receive confirmation of our ISO 26262 compliance, reflecting years of dedicated effort and collaboration across our organization. This achievement validates our commitment to ensuring the safety and reliability of our driverless technology, which is now mature for many commercial use cases.

ISO 26262 is a globally recognized automotive standard that addresses the functional safety of electrical and electronic systems within vehicles. Achieving compliance with this standard demonstrates EasyMile’s ability to manage safety-related processes throughout the entire product development lifecycle, up to ASIL D, the highest level of safety addressed by the standard.

Benoit Perrin said:

Our compliance with ISO 26262 not only assures our customers of the safety of our solutions but also asserts our position as a leader in the industry.

EasyMile has a history of setting industry standards, being the first driverless technology provider in Europe authorized to operate at Level 4 of autonomous driving on public roads. Its proven technology has driven autonomously in 400+ locations in more than 30 countries, over 1,000,000km.

Its tow tractor solution is used by a growing number of major automotive manufacturing plants and logistics centers worldwide. This includes 3-shift operations at the BMW Group Plant Dingolfing and John Deere global supplier status. It is also in use at major airports around the world for baggage handling and cargo operations. Its autonomous terminal tractor is successfully being deployed at terminals in Europe.

This article was originally published by EasyMile.


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