The growth in electronics content and complexity within today’s car means that companies are required to have a deeper understanding of how to meet the stringent Functional Safety requirements outlined in the ISO 26262 Functional Safety Standard. This Practitioners Workshop hosted by HORIBA MIRA in collaboration with AESIN and SAE will allow like-minded engineers and managers responsible for Functional Safety to hear from industry experts on practical challenges and share thinking on working within the standard to achieve end customer goals. The afternoon session will also allow delegates to raise their views on priority topics they would like to see tackled in more depth at the next workshop in 2nd Half 2016 such as security, multicore, open source software reliability, HMI, fail-operational and autonomous systems.
09:45 Welcome and Introduction – Paul Jarvie, NMI ISO 26262 – Update on the Standard – David Ward, HORIBA MIRA ISO 26262 – New Challenges for OEMs during Developments of Driver Assistance Systems – Edith Holland, Jaguar Land Rover
11:00 Break Meeting ISO 26262 Requirements with “Time Triggered” Software Architectures – Michael Point, SafeTTy Systems Vendor “Technology Snapshot” Session
12:45 Lunch Component Integrator’s Challenges for ISO 26262 Compliance – Riccardo Vincelli, Renesas IP Provider Perspective – Lauri Ora, ARM Functional Safety Consideration on LAMPS – EU Inverter Project – Thomas Gietzold, UTC Aerospace Systems
14:45 Break Managing a Secure Requirements Engineering Flow within a Complex Product Family Environment in Order to Attain ISO 26262 Compliance – Mike Bartley, TVS What Next? – Planning Workshop Themes/Brainstorming – Open Session Summary and Closing Remarks
16:45 Event Close