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Consulting for Model-based Development in Compliance with ISO 26262 – And Beyond

by Dr. Thomas End (Model Engineering Solutions GmbH)

 

Abstract:

The implementation of ISO 26262 requirements in model-based software development constitutes a major challenge for OEMs and suppliers. The MES Academy has expanded its expertise in developing safety-critical software during numerous consulting projects concerning model-based and ISO 26262-compliant software processes. This expertise enables us to present solutions that have proven themselves in practice, including the introduction, enhancement, and optimization of development processes for software and tools, and applications and concepts to optimize model-based software development. Customers of the MES Academy benefit from this expertise in the form of webinars, trainings, specially customized in-house training workshops, as well as process implementations. This presentation presents proven strategies of the MES Academy in general and on the basis of conclusive examples.

 

Dr. Thomas End

Dr. Thomas End

Dr. Thomas End is Senior Software Consultant for automotive software at Model Engineering Solutions. He advises OEMs and suppliers in ISO 26262-compliant model-based software development and in definition and implementation regarding the development of integration processes. Dr. End lends his high expertise to the training workshops of MES Academy as well. He supports our clients in developing methods for early validation of their products and in defining their model-based software development processes.