5 - 7 December 2017
Germany

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The conference aims to:

  • Share the latest update on ISO/DIS 26262:11
  • Discuss the challenges of the semiconductor usage in safety-critical systems
  • Cover challenges and innovations in highly automated driving for the semiconductor sector
  • Address confidence issues in the use of SW tools for semiconductors
  • Discuss fault injection tools to support safety analysis
  • Find an approach to handle the safety of multicore

Exclusive Content

Report on ISO 26262: Time for an Update

Expand your knowledge within the area of ISO26262, with this exclusive free report written by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "ISO 26262: Time for an Update".

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Presentation on Part 11: Guideline on Application of ISO26262 to Semiconductors

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free presentation by Lisa Clark, Functional Safety Manager at Sensata Technologies Inc in the USA on the topic of: "A different approach to the safety development process for semiconductors and the necessity of the newly written Part 11".

The presentation covers the following:

  • Introducing the new guideline on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors
  • Application of concepts for semiconductors
  • Rethinking semiconductors engineering and SEooC considerations

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Report on how Automotive Functional Safety Starts With the Supplier

Although semiconductors were not initially included in the original ISO 26262 development in 2011, their official inclusion in the standard not only standardizes the approach to functional safety but also increases the liability in the case of a failure.

The imminent introduction of ISO 26262 Part II will go a long way to addressing the increased the need to expand the responsibility for functional safety across the supplier base, but in this rapidly changing environment, will likely require frequent updates to keep pace. 

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive report by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "Functional Safety Starts With the Supplier". 

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Report on ISO 26262 Semiconductor Safety - Advantages of End-to-End Standards

Although semiconductors were not initially included in the original ISO 26262 development in 2011, their official inclusion in the standard not only standardizes the approach to functional safety but also increases the liability in the case of a failure.

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free report written by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "ISO 26262 Semiconductor Safety - Advantages of End-to-End Standards".

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Interview with Lisa Clark, Functional Safety Manager at Sensata Technologies

Was there a universal need for part 11? How will the new inclusion of the semiconductors to ISO 26262 influence the day-to-day activities of functional safety managers within the semi industry?

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free interview by Lisa Clark, Functional Safety Manager at Sensata Technologies Inc in the USA. Lisa is a member of the US technical advisory group for ISO 26262 and delegate to the international semiconductor subgroup. Lisa contributed to the content of PAS 19451 and led the creation of multiple clauses of Part 11 for the 2nd edition of ISO 26262 including ‘Sensors & Transducers’.

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Texas Instruments Presentation on Semiconductor Solutions for Safety Applications

Samir Camdzic from Texas Instruments exclusive presentation on "Semiconductor Solutions for Safety Applications: Requirements, Definition, Features & Development Process Flow"

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