Safety practices are becoming more regulated as industries adopt a standardized set of practices for designing and testing products. ISO 26262 addresses the needs for an automotive-specific international standard that focuses on safety critical components. ISO 26262 is a derivative of IEC 61508, the generic functional safety standard for electrical and electronic (E/E) systems.
Increasing complexity throughout the automotive industry is resulting in increased efforts to provide safety-compliant systems. For example, modern automobiles use by-wire systems such as throttle-by-wire. This control unit analyzes several factors such as engine speed, vehicle speed, and pedal position.
It is a challenge of the automotive industry to test and validate systems like throttle-by-wire. The goal of ISO 26262 is to provide a unifying safety standard for all automotive E/E systems. Since the publication of Draft International Standard (DIS) of ISO 26262, ISO 26262 has gained traction in the automotive industry.
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.
Automotive ISO 26262: Functional Safety Forum: Meeting Summary:
- 2 Days - Case Studies, Panel Discussions, Interactive Round Table Discussions, Networking and Experience Exchange
- Expert speakers - Industry Leading Companies, Thought Leaders
- Attendees - Limited Number, High-level Participation
Automotive ISO 26262: Functional Safety Forum - 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
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