Director of the Functional Safety Competence Center
Renesas Electronics Europe GmbH
ISO 26262 is the common standard for functional safety for E/E Systems within automotive. When it comes to the very beginning of the value chain, the standard is vague. This workshop serves as deep dive session on how to read and interpret ISO 26262 and notably its part 11 in the context of the semiconductor industry.
• An introduction to the challenges with applying ISO 26262 for semiconductors
• The great achievements made with ISO 26262 Part 11
• Achieving a high level of functional safety (FUSA) at the beginning of the value chain
The ISO 26262 standard for functional safety in automotive E/E systems so far did not provide clear instructions for semiconductor companies. The freshly added part 11 is dedicated only to the semiconductor industry and aims d closing big gaps. Due to its novelty, part 11 offers quiet a lot of discussion potential on how to interpret and apply it. This panel will address the most important issues.
• The great achievement – Learn to read ISO 26262 part 11
• Application challenges and how to best overcome them
• FMEDA and FTA – Should they stay or should they go now?
The first SOTIF draft released in October is heating up discussions. On the basis of ISO 26262, SOTIF outlines a safety standard for autonomous vehicles to close the gap with ISO 26262. How will controllability be conceptualized in SOTIF?
• How to define ODDs accurately
• What SOTIF is tackling and what is missing
• When SOTIF will be mature enough