June 11 - 14, 2019 | Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel, Ann Arbor, MI
Mauro Pipponzi, Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect at Intel Corporation
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Mauro Pipponzi


Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect
Intel Corporation

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Pre-conference workshop day

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019


5:00 PM Workshop E: How to classify and qualify a design tools in a safety related environment

This workshop serves as a session on how to understand the classification of design tools with respect
to a required confidence level and its required step in the safety process. This classification may
lead to the necessity of qualify those tools whose failure may have significant, and difficult to detect,
impacts on safety. This process is often addressed late and teams are often faced with unexpected
tasks and costs. We go through the implications of the standard requirements on tools and how to
manage them upfront, in order to have a safety ready design environment.
Mauro Pipponzi, Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect, Intel Corporation

Agenda Day 2

Thursday, June 13th, 2019


1:50 PM Panel Discussion | Safety requirements & expectations

Moderator:
Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional, Safety Technologist, Intel

Panelists:
Michael Ryzyi, Principal Engineer Functional Safety, Lear
Scott Wendling, Technical Manager - Safety and Software, Halla Mechatronics

1:50 PM Panel Discussion | Safety requirements & expectations

Moderator:
Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional, Safety Technologist, Intel

Panelists:
Michael Ryzyi, Principal Engineer Functional Safety, Lear
Scott Wendling, Technical Manager - Safety and Software, Halla Mechatronics

4:45 PM Design Tools Classification and Qualification in a Safety Related Environment

Design tools classification and qualification in a safety related environment
• This presentation will focus on a review of:
• The classification
• Qualification
• Certification requirements on design tools
• As well as of the costs it implies and
• How to deal with them
Mauro Pipponzi, Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect, Intel Corporation