Safety and security, the future for assisted and autonomous driving


This FREE webinar was recorded on:
2017-05-22
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

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It is no secret that a car now contains more than one hundred million lines of code. Who can live without cruise control, speed assistance, rear cameras and all the other features that are now widely available? However, these features have a dramatic impact on the rising complexity of embedded software and provide functionality where driver and passenger safety must remain paramount. The car of the future will be even smarter; connected, with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), autonomous and even self-driving. 

In this webinar, we will:

  • Examine the implications for developing assisted and autonomous driving applications
  • Explain why these applications should be regarded as safety-critical systems and therefore must be guided by industry standards such as ISO 26262 and MISRA
  • Provide examples of software successes and failures within automotive especially autonomous cars
  • Focus on how to standardize processes to ensure the car is both safe and reliable.

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Presenters:
Dr. Frank van den Beuken Technical Consultant PRQA

As Technical Manager Dr. Frank van den Beuken is involved in integrating Programming Research static source code analysis solutions for software quality control in customer software development environments.

Prior to joining Programming Research, he was product architect for a Java source code analysis tool and for several software migration and improvement tools which were used to provide software migration and improvement services.

Frank earned a PhD degree in Mathematics and Computing Science from the University of Nijmegen with his research on a formal system specification language.


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