EasyMile achieves ISO 26262 certification

EasyMile have announced 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.

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.

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

SO 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.


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