Dr. Lukas Bulwahn

Functional Safety Software Key Expert BMW AG

As Software Safety Key Expert, Dr. Lukas Bulwahn develops and reviews the safety argumentation around a software platform for autonomous driving at BMW. His core interest is understanding the Linux kernel and its development process in order to appropriately use it in safety-related products, and consequently, he is a technical contributor and member of the governance board of the ELISA (Enabling Linux In Safety Applications) Project. He is also supporting other Linux-related projects, such as the Real-time Linux Project, and in exchange with academia through various collaborations and membership in program committees on safety, reliability and formal methods.

Conference Day Two

Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

9:40 AM The ELISA Project: enabling Linux in safety applications

There is a growing interest to deploy Linux, as a safety element within safety critical systems. The Enabling Linux In Safety Applications (ELISA) Project has set out to enable companies to build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications. The ELISA members are working together to define a common set of tools and processes to support companies in demonstrating that the system meets the necessary safety requirements for certification. The presentation will
• Detail the scope of the project and
• Outline key challenges along with the envisioned approach

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