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27-30 March, 2017
Dorint Hotel Frankfurt Oberursel, Oberursel, Germany

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Presentations

Hella on challenges in modeling and analysis of safety for SEooC-oriented platform developments

Dr. - Ing. Rafał Dorociak,Head of Safety Platform at HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co.in Germany, gave a presentation at 6th International Conference ISO 26262, on the topic "Challenges in modeling and analysis of safety for distributed SEooC-oriented platform developments". 

A framework for reusable ISO 26262 compliant FMEDAs

Dr.-Ing. Kai Höfig, Senior Key Expert for Model-based Safety and Reliability at Siemens, gave a presentation at 6th International Conference ISO 26262, on the topic "metaFMEA – A framework for reusable ISO 26262 compliant FMEDAs". Download the presentation for free here. 

Integrating ISO 26262 and Advance Product Quality Planning

Chad Kymal, CTO at Omnex, USA gave a presentation at 6th International Conference ISO 26262, on the topic "Integrating ISO 26262 and Advance Product Quality Planning".

Achieving freedom from interference in software

Dr. Florian Leitner-Fischer, Senior Software Engineerat ZF TRW, Germany gave a presentation at last years' ISO 26262 event, on the topic: "Achieving freedom from interference in software". Find out more and download this presentation for free here.

Continental on assessing safety in smart sensors development

Felix Mederer, Group Leader Functional Safety Management at Division Chassis & Safety Continental in Germany, discussed in an exclusive presentation: case study on sensor measurement, safety analysis flow for advanced sensors and opportunities of hardware compliance. Find out more and download this presentation for free here.

The pitfalls of SEooC from Jaguar's point of view

Andrew Raftry, Technical Specialist for Powertrain Functional Safety at Jaguar Land Rover, UK discusses the pitfalls of SEooC from an OEM's point of view. To find out more download this presentation for free here. 

Absolute hardware metrics: The illusion of objectivity

Johannes Schild, Expert Functional Safety Manager at Bosch Engineering GmbH and Carsten Gebauer, Project RB-Center of competence Functional Safety at Robert Bosch GmbH, gave a presentation at last years' ISO 26262 conference, on the topic of: "Absolute HW Metrics: The Illusion of objectivity RRA".

Necessity of redundancy in fail-operational systems

Adam Schnellbach, Functional Safety Group Leader at Magna Powertrain AG & KG in Austria, gave a presentation at last years' ISO 26262 conference, on the topic of: "Necessity of redundancy in fail-operational systems".

Quantified ISO 26262 hardware verification

Adam Sherer, Group Director Automotive Product Management Verification at Cadence, gave a presentation at last years' ISO 26262 event, on the topic: "Quantified ISO 26262 hardware verification". In order to find out more about this topic download the presentation for free here. 

Tata Motors on Confluence of regulations (ISO 26262) and OEM policy

Mahesh Shinde, General Manager, Indoor Testing at Tata Motors Ltd. gave a presentation at last years' ISO 26262 event, on the topic of "Channelizing safe functionality - Confluence of regulations (ISO 26262) and OEM policy". 

Reports

ISO 26262 - Time for an Update (Part2/2)

In this part 2/2 of our complete ISO 26262 Time for an Update report, we dive into the 2018 edition developments of:
- Updating the hardware development standard
- Shortcomings of the software development standard 
- Setting the standard for semiconductor functional safety
- Addressing ADAS & fully autonomous safety and cyber security concerns

ISO 26262 - Time for an Update (Part1/2)

In this part 1/2 of our complete ISO 26262 Time for an Update report, we review the current stages for the ISO 26262 Edition 2, which is due for publication in 2018.
The proliferation of electronic systems in vehicles has led to the development of new and existing automotive standards to ensure continued functional safety. One such standard is ISO 26262, and to keep its relevance in an industry undergoing radical developments in electrical systems, it is in need of a update

Reports

Keeping up with design: ISO 26262 time for an update

The two interconnected and overlapping disciplines, functional safety and cyber security, are of fundamental importance to the developments of the modern automotive industry. The purpose of this report is to initiate discussion and provide food for thought to functional safety, cyber security and testing practitioners by providing fruitful information, and statistics to shed light on the challenges and questions that are yet to be tackled, with the purpose of encouraging automotive specialists to collaborate and offer more transparency in their work toward safe and secure public streets.

On this functional safety dedicated ebook you will have the opportunity to explore fundamentals of ISO 26262 and functional safety as well as the changes proposed by the Part Groups taken by ISO TC22/ SC32/WG8 in the ISO DIS 26262. For a full perspective, we will provide you with articles and presentations from OEMs, suppliers and academia accompanied by short interviews. We will also provide further insights into the developed STPA methodology of MIT as an alternative to safety engineering. In addition you will come across information for channelizing functional safety as well as the pitfalls of SEooC.

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