Today’s customers demand that companies deliver high quality and reliable products at competitive prices.
The conservative automotive industry produces great challenges in how to maintain a high level of quality across product lines in an unstable and rapidly changing market.
GuardKnox steps up to the challenge by defining that quality is a key business value provider and a critical success factor – Risk-based planning, factual-based decision making, delivering on quality, on time and continuous improvement serve as the basis for GuardKnox’s zero-defects culture.
ISO9001:2015 – Set of fundamental requirements for the design & implementation of holistic quality management systems in organizations. It serves as a pre-requisite for eligibility to be part of the automotive industry supply chain.
The customized derivative of ISO15504 (Information Technology – Process Assessment) for the automotive industry. Enables a risk-based assessment of the development process of automotive systems & software.
The new UN regulation lays out the baseline processes and systems to manage and deal with security concerns. It also formalizes the responsibilities, which is primarily of the OEM, and evidence to be submitted for compliance.
The customized derivative of IEC61508 (Functional Safety of Electrical/Electronic/Programmable Electronic Safety-related Systems) for the automotive industry. Provides an automotive-specific risk-based approach for addressing possible hazards caused by the malfunctioning behavior of electronic and electrical systems in vehicles.
Road vehicles – Cybersecurity engineering” is customized for the automotive industry. Provides an automotive-specific risk-based approach for addressing and preventing possible hazards caused by cyber-attacks on vehicles.
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