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|Requirements off Automotive Tier1s and OEMs|
|Keywords: OEMs and Tier1, Requirements, Automotive|
|Requirements off Automotive Tier1s and OEMs Klaus Pietrczak JCET Group, 46429 Landing Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538 Klaus.Pietrczak@statschippac.com The automotive market size for power and discrete devices is growing at a rate of greater than 7 percent. Market drivers for this growth include ADAS, Infotainment and Powertrain. Getting an automotive device from initial specification to high volume manufacturing (HVM) can take four years compared to the typical three to six months it takes a consumer device. The requirements for automotive devices are much more complex. Increasing electronic content and zero failure over 15 years of lifetime are the major drivers for the ever increasing reliability requirements. The major document for any automotive device is the Production Part Approval Process (PPAP). This presentation will show the required content for the PPAP and which roles in an organization will contribute to it. There will also be a deeper dive into the three major automotive standards: IATF16949, AIAG and AEC. For each standard covered in- depth looking at the purpose, what the goal of the standard is, and a few examples for better understanding. Also covered will be the fact that even with all of these standards, not everything is covered. The device manufacturer having specific requirement on top of the standard requirements are more the standard rather than the exception. We will go into detail regarding who has to deliver what to which section and how they are all linked and interacting. The content on the standards will be completed by a look at the upcoming ISO26262-11, its intent, scope and expected influence on Semiconductor and OSATs. Finally, a look to some of the less defined but still important pieces of the puzzle. Examples of these include failure analysis procedure, product change/cancellation notification and data retention. While not an exhausting list, more often than not each is an important part of the business. An explanation of the purpose and typical requirements for these will be presented. This comprehensive review will give anyone targeting automotive business an overview of all that is required for automotive devices and the timeline to expect to get to HVM.|
|Klaus Pietrczak, Director Automotive