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Published : Apr 26, 2023
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Apr 2023
Assess ? Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.

The Rust language has been gaining popularity in recent years for its safety, performance and concurrency features. However, certified Rust toolchains have been missing for applications in safety-critical markets like automotive. This gap is being addressed by Ferrocene, a Rust compiler toolchain. Ferrocene promises to be ISO26262 functional safety standard compliant for the electronic systems in road vehicles; an effort to qualify the language and toolchain for use in such domains is already underway. We're excited by its progress and the availability of such safety-compliant tools will certainly speed up the adoption of Rust in the automotive industry.

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