Is Mathworks is ISO 26262 Certified Tool ?
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Sathyanandhan Kunnan on 4 Oct 2018
Answered: Karthik Premkumar on 5 May 2021
I am working as SW Functional safety Engineer,I am working on SW Tool Qualification report ,Is Mathworks is ISO 26262 Certified Tool ?? if so please share the ISO 26262 certification.
Edited: OCDER on 4 Oct 2018
You'll probably have to contact MathWorks directly to get the certification you seek. Click the "Contact Us" on the top right of this page, and ask for Technical Support.
Most of us in the forum do not work for MathWorks. MathWorks employees have a blue "Staff" icon next to their ID in the forum.
They have some sort of form you fill out and it sends the request to someone. No particular email.
Technical Support (Monday-Friday)
Hours: 08:30-20:00 ET
TecBen on 19 Apr 2021
Edited: Walter Roberson on 19 Apr 2021
When you order the IEC Certification Kit product or get a trial version of it ( https://www.mathworks.com/products/iec-61508.html ), we have enclosed an original copy of the certificate as an .pdf file.
To get a preview of the ISO 26262 certificate from Mathworks please following these links to get more details:
please enter "MathWorks" keyword in the search bar of the TUV SUD page:
Karthik Premkumar on 5 May 2021
My understanding is that you are checking for ISO26262 certification for the products we offer code generation and model verification.
Please find the below information of TUV SUD certificates at mathworks.
Embedded Coder®, Simulink® model verification tools, and Polyspace® code verification tools are certified by TÜV SÜD as qualified tools according to ISO 26262 for ASIL A-D.
Moreover, list of products supporting ISO26262 using IEC Certification Kit are in the below link:
IEC Certification Kit provides tool qualification artifacts, certificates, and test suites, and generates traceability matrices.
I hope the above information helps you.
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