3rd ANNUAL AUTOMOTIVE ISO 26262: FUNCTIONAL SAFETY FORUM

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Implementing ISO 26262 allows leveraging a common standard to measure how safe a system will be in service. It also provides the ability to reference specific parts of your system because of a common vocabulary provided by the standard. This falls in line with other safety-critical application areas; a common standard provides a way to measure how safe your system is.

The Automotive ISO 26262: Functional Safety Forum is dedicated to the practice of the ISO on different vehicles and the framework of re-use of safety functions. The 2-day conference will have different sessions covering a wide range of topics relevant for all stakeholders in the automotive functional safety sector across Europe and beyond.

The topics related to the impacts of safety standard in building a functionally safe vehicles and efficient safety management through supply chain,  the major risks associated with hazard caused by the manufacturing behaviors of E/E, appropriate functional safety management methodology for automotive application, impacts of ISO26262 on the potential suppliers  / customers of Electric and Electronic components and the best techniques to test failures and different methods of fault analysis will be thoroughly discussed at the conference.

This forum will feature leading industry experts with long years of professional experience from leading countries and industries in automotive functional safety sector who will be exchanging experience and sharing knowledge they have acquired over the years of their active practice.

Take the opportunity at this annual conference to become part of the ISO 26262 expert network and to exchange views and ideas with like-minded professionals over a 2-day period. This will allow you to expand your own ISO 26262 network and maintain and deepen existing business contacts.

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KEY TOPICS AND DISCUSSIONS:

    • ISO26262, Safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) and FuSa
    • Mitigating security risks in safety procedures
    • Automating functional safety
    • 2nd edition of ISO 26262: what’s next?
    • Improving safety of future mobility
    • Current challenges with regards to ISO 26262
    • Fail-operational autonomous driving system
    • Appropriate functional safety management methodology for Automotive Applications
    • Discovering the best techniques to test failures and different methods of fault
    • Identifying the impacts of safety standard in building a functionally safe vehicles and efficient safety management through supply chain
    • Identifying the impacts of ISO26262 on the potential suppliers / customers of Electric and Electronic components

Key Learning Benefits

      • Discovering the best techniques to test failures and different methods of fault analysis
      • Participants will be able to master the safety standards and meet increasing requirements of automotive functional safety
      • Discussions about building a high level of safety into car components and thus invariably increasing users’ confidence
      • Risk mitigating processes and procedures as regarding systematic failures and hardware failures
      • Customer base to a desirable level through a perfect reliance on the key compliance procedures of functional safety standards
      • Impact of the reliability on the ISO26262 compared to other automotive standards
      • There will be an insight on the processes of developing safe, secure and portable software codes in vehicle systems eroding malfunctioning effects

Areas of responsibility:

  • Functional Safety
  • Vehicle Architecture
  • Systems Quality
  • Diagnostics
  • Powertrain Systems
  • Advanced Engineering
  • Steering Systems
  • Software and Systems Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Electric Vehicles
  • E-Drive
  • Test and Verification
  • Chassis Controls
  • Safety and Compliance
  • Security
  • OBD
  • Research & Development
    Innovation

Representatives Invited:

  • Presidents
  • Vice Presidents
  • Heads
  • Managers

Industry participating

  • Car makers
  • OEMs
  • Solution providers
  • Technology providers
  • R&D
  • Validas AG
  • Opel Automobile GmbH
  • Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy
  • AbsInt Angewandte
  • Informatik GmbH
  • Magna Powertrain GmbH
  • Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG
  • TOFAŞ
  • IEE S.A.
  • Intel Corporation
  • Autoliv
  • Bosch Engineering GmbH
  • AKKA Technologies GmbH
  • HORIBA MIRA Ltd
  • Infineon Technologies
  • ETAS GmbH
  • SNRC
  • FICOSA
  • Continental
  • INVENSITY GmbH
  • Sei Antech-Europe GmbH
  • Volabo GmbH
  • Magna Powertrain GmbH & Co KG
  • Sonceboz Automotive SA
    • IAR Systems AB
    • CEA
    • Dynex Semiconductor Limited
    • Faurecia Clean Mobility
    • SAFETWICE S.L
    • Rohm Semiconductor GmbH
    • MicroFuzzy GmbH
    • Volkswagen
    • ConfigCar
    • Delphi Deutschland
    • Volkswagen
    • Renesas Electronics Europe GmbH
    • Bureau Veritas
    • Prodrive Technologies
  • Paul Brancu
How to Make Safety Testing Un-Boring
DAY 1
Test Architect - Continental Automotive Romania SRL
  • Giovanni Sartori
Relevance of SOTIF Concepts in the Design of a Safe Driving Policy
DAY 1
Engineering Manager - INTEL Italia Corporation
  • Oscar Slotosch
The Importance of Development Tools in Safety and Security Systems
DAY 1
CEO - Validas AG
  • Gareth Price
The Billion Mile Problem: How to Validate Highly Autonomous Vehicles
DAY 1
Functional Safety Manager - McLaren Applied Technologies
  • Priyamvadha Vembar
Automotive Functional Safety and Automotive Cyber Security: Building connect and engineering
DAY 1
Contributor to SAE J 3061 and ISO 21434 - Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions
  • Eric Schmidt
The Benefits of Time-Aware Architectures and How They Can Be Utilized to Build ADAS/AD systems
DAY 2
Manager Lead Engineering & Safety - TTTAutoTech
  • Adela Beres
AD Actuator Architecture in a New Perspective
DAY 2
System Safety Expert - thyssenkrupp Presta Hungary
  • Sascha Hackman
ISO 26262, 2nd Edition. Future Blueprint for the 3rd Edition
DAY 2
Head of CoE Safety Management - INVENSITY GmbH
Adela Beres

Adela Beres

System Safety Expert - thyssenkrupp Presta Hungary
Eric Schmidt

Eric Schmidt

Manager Lead Engineering & Safety - TTTAutoTech
Gareth Price

Gareth Price

Functional Safety Manager - McLaren Applied Technologies
Giovanni Sartori

Giovanni Sartori

Engineering Manager - INTEL Italia Corporation
Oscar Slotosch

Oscar Slotosch

CEO - Validas AG
Paul Brancu

Paul Brancu

Test Architect - Continental Automotive Romania SRL
Priyamvadha Vembar

Priyamvadha Vembar

Contributor to SAE J 3061 and ISO 21434 - Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions
Sascha Hackman

Sascha Hackman

Head of CoE Safety Management - INVENSITY GmbH

Event Details

10 March 2021 08:30
11 March 2021 17:00
Nademlejnská 600/1, Hloubětín, 198 00 Praha

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