ISO 26262 provides an internationally recognized reference for the development of safety-related automotive E/E systems. Developers of such systems need to understand and implement the standard’s requirements pertaining to system, hardware, and software development. This 2-day training provides a systematic introduction to key concepts of ISO 26262 and their practical application, covering the concept phase incl. hazard analysis and risk assessment (HARA) as well as the subsequent system, hardware, and software development phases.
Automotive professionals (component and system engineers, engineering managers, quality and project managers) involved with the development of safety-related automotive E/E systems, future functional safety engineers and managers.
Management of functional safety (safety plan, safety case, confirmation measures)
Dr. Mirko Conrad
Mirko Conrad serves as managing director of samoconsult GmbH, an engineering and consulting firm recognized across industries for their comprehensive services in the area of functional safety. He lectures functional safety at the Technical Universities in Munich and Dresden and actively participated in the standardization of ISO 26262, DO-178C and various MISRA guidelines. Mirko Conrad also has 10+ years of tool classification/qualification experience across industries and standards.
AGENDA - Day 1
Welcoming and introducing participants
Intuitive notion of safety, harm, risk, and risk reduction
How systems fail (faults à errors à failures; hazards)
Systematic vs. random faults/failures
Failures in hardware/software
Dependent vs. independent failures
Safety, functional safety, safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF)
ISO 26262 - Introduction
Technical standards and
Functional safety standards (IEC 61508 and derivative standards)
ISO 26262 overview
Scope of ISO 26262
ISO 26262 Safety Life Cycle
Lunch break and open dialog
ISO 26262 – Concept phase
Hazard analysis and risk assessment (HARA), determination of Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL)
Development Interface Agreement (DIA), workshare between OEMs and suppliers
Confidence in the use of software tools (tool classification and qualification)
ca. 5 p.m.
End of training workshop