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Design/Process Checklist for Vehicle Electronic Systems
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published October 01, 1988 by SAE International in United States
To obtain a high degree of quality and reliability, a wide variety of subjects need to be addressed when designing a vehicle electronic system. No single designer can be expected to have the experience necessary to consider all aspects of a design. Such experience is often spread throughout an organization and not concentrated on any one project. The main purpose of this checklist is to provide a systematic approach to insuring that all aspects of an electronic system design are addressed. Such a list would be useful for design reviews,'fresh eyes' reviews and for education/training.
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Automotive Electronic Systems Reliability Standards
Develop an SAE Standard for faster and better alternatives for product qualification of electronic modules and devices
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