The challenge for automotive electronic devices is to last over 150,000 miles of driving and 10 years of use in harsh conditions without experiencing a catastrophic failure rate. The Physics of Failure (PoF) technique is the most effective way to guarantee the dependability of automotive electronic components, as it makes use of scientific methods (physics, chemistry, etc.) to study failure systems and evaluate useful life in actual working settings. Capturing the design, simulating it under varying loads to test its robustness, analysing its dependability, and gauging the risks it poses are the four cornerstones of this methodology.
Reliability guarantee software based on the Physics of Failure (PoF) can help you develop a more reliable product.