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Article on challenges of autonomous driving posed to ISO 26262 Part II

Article on challenges of autonomous driving posed to ISO 26262 Part II

Automotive IQ discusses how autonomous driving will challenge functional safety standards with focus on the revised ISO26262 Part II. Read the article.
Download the 2019 Conference Agenda

Download the 2019 Conference Agenda

The conference will provide you with a platform to: 

  • Benchmark new case studies of ISO 26262 compliant processes and methods for ADAS development 
  • Learn about how the 2nd edition of the standard impacts organizational processes and FuSa development practices
  • Discover the interoperability between ISO 26262, SOTIF, ASPICE and other standards
  • Discuss how to validate functional safety for AI and Machine Learning
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Presentation on Resilient Architectures and challenges to develop ISO 26262 Part II

Presentation on Resilient Architectures and challenges to develop ISO 26262 Part II

PD Dr. habil. Mario Trapp from the Fraunhofer Institute discussses how adaptive fail-operational architectures and safety models enable systems to reason about their dependability state dynamically. Download the presentation.
Presentation on ISO 26262’s role in overcoming hazards at vehicle level

Presentation on ISO 26262’s role in overcoming hazards at vehicle level

Gareth Price Functional Safety Manager at Protean Electric outlines the main challenges in the development of an In-Wheel Motor to ISO 26262. Download the presentation.

Presentation on the challenge of arguing safety for connected and automated vehicles

Presentation on the challenge of arguing safety for connected and automated vehicles

Roger Rivett, Functional Safety Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, discusses how ISO 26226 part II can be applied as documented safety rationale. Download the presentation.

Article on NVIDIA Drive’s technology to validate SOTIF for autonomous vehicles

Article on NVIDIA Drive’s technology to validate SOTIF for autonomous vehicles

Automotive IQ’s guest expert author Peter Els reveals standards beyond ISO 26262 and NVIDA’s technology to build a functionally safe AI self driving platform. Download the article here.

Interview on functional safety development for motorcycles

Interview on functional safety development for motorcycles

Automotive IQ’s interview with Dr. Thomas Maier - Komor from BMW reveals differences in product development and risk assessment for motorcycles versus cars. Download the interview here.