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Key Topics

    • Giving an overview of autonomous system safety, highlighting key issues to be solved in the coming months
    • Noting any significant safety, security or SOTIF developments on the horizon in different markets and noting any challenges or opportunities within
    • Establishing where the leading companies are working, and giving case studies of how problems might be solved, and success is shared
    • Highlighting significant issues being faced right now, related to safety and legislation, and looking at how these might be addressed

Dr Riccardo Mariani

Dr Riccardo Mariani

VP Industry Safety

NVIDIA

Jyotika Athavale

Jyotika Athavale

Principal Engineer and Lead Platform Technologist

Intel

Catalin-Stefan Ionescu

Catalin-Stefan Ionescu

System Safety Coordinator for North America

Continental Automotive

Arthur Hicken

Arthur Hicken

Chief Evangelist

Parasoft

Ricardo Camacho

Ricardo Camacho

Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager

Parasoft

Tom Phillips

Tom Phillips

Digital Editor

Automotive IQ

Editor’s Notes – Event Introduction
Tom Phillips, Digital Editor, Automotive IQ

Session One – Keynote speaker: Where are we at right now?
14:00 - 14:45 CEST
The ever-evolving status of ISO 26262, SOTIF and beyond can cause confusion. But this opening keynote is designed to address exactly that, setting out the current forms of these safety standards, highlighting any key recent adjustments, and introducing some of the likely changes as these standards are altered to take into account new technologies.

In this opening session, we will answer:
    • How close are we to industry-wide standardization of regulations?
    • Is the ISO 26262 standard modern enough for Level 4 and Level 5 vehicles?
    • What is the current status of SOTIF transition to CD and any other relevant standards?
Riccardo Mariani, VP Industry Safety, NVIDIA

15:00 - 15:45 CEST
The ISO 26262 functional safety standard covers electrical and electronic automotive systems and their development process, including verification and validation. Part 6 of the standard specifically addresses product development at the software level, and the multiple testing methods required by the standard.

Testing technologies like static analysis, unit testing, structural code coverage, and requirements traceability identify any gaps in testing to requirements. 

Specific testing methods depend on the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) classification of the system. To address safety and security from the get-go, MISRA C 2012, AUTOSAR C++14, CERT, or a custom hybrid are known to be used in achieving code quality across suppliers and primes.

The cost of achieving ISO 26262 compliance in software testing can be expensive. Learn how to reduce costs through automating the multiple testing methods required by the standard to produce safe, secure, and reliable software.

Join Parasoft for a presentation on software testing in compliance with ISO 26262 to learn:
    • How to apply static analysis for software safety and security
    • How to expedite your unit testing with test automation
    • The various structural code coverage options
    • How to identify requirement traceability gaps in testing
Arthur Hicken, Evangelist, Parasoft
Ricardo Camacho, Product Marketing Manager, Parasoft


In the journey to autonomous vehicle creation, there is a need to prove that the vehicle’s automated functionalities behave as intended. If a test vehicle is used for an autonomous functionality demonstration or measurement activities, whether on a private test track or on the public roads, the vehicle must operate inside of the defined acceptable risk conditions.

In this session, we will discuss::
    • The main activities for proving a vehicle’s operational safety
    • How risk management can be applied to the operational safety of an autonomous test vehicle
    • What are the risk mitigation actions
Catalin-Stefan Ionescu, System Safety Engineer, Continental Automotive

17:00 - 17:45 CEST

The changing regulatory landscape is driving the need to assess interactions between functional safety with contiguous domains, such as real time and security, for automotive, industrial and avionics safety critical systems. This is also must be done in the scope of the current IEEE P2851 standard.

In this session, you will gain:
  • An overview of how to assess interactions between functional safety with contiguous domains
  • Insights into the requirements and certification challenges for these complex systems
  • How to consider for mitigating conflicts at the intersection of these technologies
Jyotika Athavale, Principal Engineer and Platform Enabling Lead Technologist, Intel Corporation
    Final Thoughts – Event Summary
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