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ISO26262 Conference 2019


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Be there at the ISO26262 Conference on the 25-28 March 2019 at the Holiday Inn, Munich City Center, Germany. Confirmed speakers from Delphi Technologies, Toyota Research Institute, Texas Instruments. Read the details here:

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ISO26262 Conference 2019

  1. 1. 25-28 MARCH 2019 | HOLIDAY INN MUNICH CITY CENTER, GERMANY IMPROVING SAFETY OF ADVANCED MOBILITY Produced by 9th Annual International Conference This event is designed and presented by the expertise of national and international members of ISO/TC22, from national to international voting members and ISO 26262 Part Leaders, in a one of a kind four day event. SPONSORS PANEL DISCUSSIONS | FACILITATED NETWORKING | 30+ EXPERT SPEAKERS | 14 INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS | IN-DEPTH CASE STUDIES
  2. 2. CONFERENCE OVERVIEW 40 SPEAKERS | 20+ PRESENTATIONS | 14 WORKSHOPS | ISO/DIS 26262 ROUNDTABLES >WHAT IS THE SAFETY AND SECURITY WEEK? Our target is to understand and tackle the evolving challenges of safety and security engineers for safeguarding tomorrow’s automotive innovation. In 2019, we are bringing together, safety and security professionals of the automotive world for a one of a kind event; a deep dive event on the topics of ISO 26262, SOTIF, Security for Semiconductors and Testing of Autonomous Drive 2018 and self driving cars. >ISO 26262 2019 CONFERENCE THEME: During the 4-days program we will tackle the universal need in automotive for robust system engineering and moving forward from component-based engineering towards systems thinking that can tackle the complexity of electrification, autonomy and new mobility features. Our conference is the first one to present the actually ratified stan- dard by the part leaders and working group members. Also a discussion on the first draft of SOTIF will be presented by its leaders. FOCUS 2019 Benchmark case studies of ISO 26262 compliance processes and methods for functional safety development Learn how the 2nd edition of the standard impacts organizational processes and functional safety development practices Hear about the peculiarities of functional safety development for trucks and motorcycles Discuss differences in scope and common playground between PAS 21448 (SOTIF) and ISO 26262 Discover interoperabilities between ISO 26262, SOTIF, ASPICE and other standards Discuss how to validate functional safety for AI and Machine Learning Match and Win | Identify your group whilst getting to know your peers in short amount of time Panel Discussion | Steer this interactive panel discussion with your questions to our panel of experts and use the opportunity for further discussion. Evening Get-Together | Join our evening Get-Together and take this opportunity to network and make new business contacts. Or just to relax by rounding off your first conference day. And more suprises coming up SOCIAL BUSINESS ACTIVITIES BEYOND THE MAIN CONFERENCE: For more information: T: +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 40 | E:
  3. 3. MAIN CONFERENCE CHAIRPERSONS Dave Higham Senior Technologist, Member of WG8 UK, Conference Chairman Delphi Technologies Dr. Sagar Behere Manager AD Architecture and Functional Safety Toyota Research Institute David Foley Microcontroller Architect Texas Instruments Anders Sandberg System Architect & System Safety Engineer Aptiv YOUR TIMETABLE 2019 WORKSHOPS 25 MARCH 2019 MAIN CONFERENCE DAYS 26 – 27 MARCH 2019 WORKSHOPS 28 MARCH 2019 09:00 - 11:30 08:00 - 18:00 08:00 - 10:30 WS 1 Introduction into the standard of the intended functionality – How to interpret SOTIF WS 2 ISO/SAE 21434 – How to integrate a security guideline within existing processes WS 6 Incorporating ASPICE Process on top of model-based development – Case study using an E-Motor WS 7 Towards a software driver licence – A Dutch case study WS 8 Case Study on how to apply SOTIF and FuSa for automated vehicles – Safety on Machine Learning 12:30 - 15:00 11:30 - 14:00 WS 3 MISRA Framework for building up an automotive safety case WS 4 How to secure the connected car WS 9 Defeat your dependent failures: DFA methodology and experience from the application WS 10 From simulator to test track-strategies for efficient testing WS 11 SOTIF evaluation by analysis – how to define the ‘right’ function 15:30 - 18:00 14:30 - 17:00 WS 5 Leadership Mindset within Highly Complex Automotive Organizations WS 12 Level 3 automation system safety requirements: Implications for IC-level definition and implementation WS 13 Approaches for verification validation of automated driving WS 14 Integrating Functional Safety activities with Product Safety strategy Informal Evening get-together End of the 2019 conference • Plenary and keynote presentations • Exhibitions and demos • Facilitated networking including morning sports and evening get-togethers • Joint interactive discussion groups • And more surprises Conference Highlights For more information: T: +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 40 | E: