New standards have brought about a gap of understanding for truly safe autonomous driving. Learning about the newly defined standards, the challenges, verification processes, and validation procedures have become immanent influencers in developing and improving cost-optimised functional safety. How will this shape the automotive industry?
With an agenda focused on bridging this gap between SOTIF and ISO 26262, addressing safety concerns of EV/HEVs and switching to a security mindset, this conference will help your understanding of the existing procedures as well as clarifying new requirements to ISO 26262. It will also answer the following questions, among many others:
- What is the Safety Of Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and how to interpret it
- How to address rising electrical safety concern of EV/HEVs from the FuSa perspective
- ISO 26262:2018 – how to fine-tune the guidelines into existing procedures and clarifying new requirements
- Cyber security for FuSa experts and mitigating security risks in safety procedures in the Product Development Cycle
- Understand how you can assure safety culture within the organisation to unify organisational goals
- What are the changes in the architecture and how to understanding the environment around the car
This expert forum will bring together major players of the automotive industry such as Hella, Veoneer, FEV, University of Waterloo, IEE, Bendix, GM Research, Ford, Navistor, Almotive, and many more, discussing developments in improving safety and advanced mobility.
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