ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop

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Thank you to our Host:

Horiba Mira

 

The Automotive Industry is going through a period of unprecedented change as electronic systems and electric powertrains enable Greener, Safer Connected Vehicles. Manufacturers facing the challenge on increasing system complexity are required to meet the stringent Functional Safety requirements Defined in the standard ISO 26262. This Workshop aimed mainly at Practitioners will provide the latest update on the Standard from Horiba Mira expert David Ward and a range of Industry talks from OEM, Tier1 through tools vendors covering key challenges including Security, Automated Vehicles and learnings from other sectors.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to hear the latest from Industry experts and peers working within the ISO 26262 Functional Safety framework.

 

Agenda

09:00 Registration 

09:45  Welcome & Introduction
– Paul Jarvie, AESIN

Welcome Address
– George Gillespie OBE, HORIBA MIRA

***Updates on the ISO 26262 Standard and OEM & Tier 1 Perspectives***

ISO 26262 – Update on the Standard
– David Ward, HORIBA MIRA

Function Mapping and Quantified Concept Evaluation
– Andrew Williams, TATA Motors

11:10  BREAK

Are There Lessons that ISO 26262 Developers Can (and Should) Learn from IEC 61508
– Michael Pont, SafeTTy Systems

Exhibitor Elevator Pitches

12:30  LUNCH

***Challenge of Cybersecurity & Automated Vehicles in a Functional Safe Environment***

Challenges for Security and within Automotive Engineering from a Tier2 Perspective
– Harman Hunjan, Renesas Electronics Europe

Software Security for the Connected Car
– Mark Richardson, LDRA

Automotive Security and Cross Sector Learning
– Peter Davies, THALES

15:00  BREAK

ADAS and AV Impact on Functional Safety

16:00  Event Close

 

Thank you to our Exhibitors: