Conference Day 1

8:00 - 8:30 Registration and Welcome Coffee

Rami Debouk - Technical Fellow, General Motors R&D

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Rami Debouk

Technical Fellow
General Motors R&D

PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR SAFETY

8:40 - 9:20 Overcoming FuSa Challenges of Platform Development

Boro Jovic - Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer
Functional Safety development of complex Radar platforms has many challenges with respect to internal distributed development between the platform (SEooC) and application (customer specific) teams. Both teams are working towards the success of the same company however, the goals and strategies are quite different; an interface boundary is never a true boundary and a black-box is never a true black-box. The following presentation highlights a few power tools that Veoneer uses to pave this rocky road to meet everyone’s expectations (performance, cost, safety and specific OEM requirements.)
  • Strategic decomposition of OEM requirements to Platform and Application scope
  • Establishing internal DIAs
  • Managing application change requests & assessing platform impact
  • Distribution of V&V responsibilities
  • Safety and Integration Manual
  • Lessons learned
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Boro Jovic

Functional Safety Manager
Veoneer

9:20 - 10:00 Case Study | Providing Safety in an Agile Environment

Paul Liu - Senior Manager, Nvidia
  • How to provide safety where requirements are continuously evolving
  • Specific example of safety activity distribution
  • Handling the iterative processes in the V&V cycle as well as requirements for handling new cases
Reserved for: Paul Liu, Senior Manager, Nvidia
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Paul Liu

Senior Manager
Nvidia

10:00 - 10:30 Match & Meet: Looking Past ISO 26262

Come together in groups to discuss the standardisation landscape for functional safety. With more and more complexity in vehicles, we are seeing more and more standards entering the field. Is there such a thing as too many standards? How are national standards handled against international standards? Where do the gaps currently lie?

11:00 - 11:40 Coffee Break and Networking

  • Why Implement ISO 26262 – And Why Now?
  • Getting Started – Education / * * Assessment / Objectives
  • Adapting a Mature Culture and *Development Process
  • Overcoming ISO 26262 Hurdles
  • Navigating What Lies Ahead

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Larry Hansen

Director Quality, Reliability and Functional Safety
Allison Transmission

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Chris Kokosa

Functional Safety Engineer
Allison Transmission

11:40 - 12:20 Drawing Boxes: How to Correctly Define Scope of Projects Using ISO 26262

Michael Ryzyi - Principal Engineer Functional Safety Manager, Lear Corporation
Using the analogy of drawing boxes, this presentation will discuss how to properly define the
scope of ISO 26262 projects. This session will do so by giving examples of correct and
incorrect applications of the standard, and show how these decisions affect the development
of individual modules and eventually the vehicle as a whole.

Michael Ryzyi

Principal Engineer Functional Safety Manager
Lear Corporation

Mix & Discuss


Table 1

12:20 - 13:00 Challenges of ISO 26262 Implementation at the Hardware Level
Karen Zimmerman - Functional Safety Manager - Gas/Diesel/BMS, Parts 2,5,7,11, Delphi Technologies

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Karen Zimmerman

Functional Safety Manager - Gas/Diesel/BMS, Parts 2,5,7,11
Delphi Technologies


Table 2

12:20 - 12:50 ISO 26262 and Electrification
Mike Bucala - Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer, Daimler Trucks North America

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Mike Bucala

Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer
Daimler Trucks North America

Table 3

12:20 - 12:50 Updates from ISO 26262 Part 6: Product & Development at the Software Level
Dr. David Ward - Senior Technical, HORIBA MIRA

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Dr. David Ward

Senior Technical
HORIBA MIRA

Table 4

12:20 - 12:50 Safety, Self-Driving and Control Theory
John Joyce - Chassis Controls Technical Leader, Ford Motor Company

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John Joyce

Chassis Controls Technical Leader
Ford Motor Company

Choose one of the above topics and elaborate each with experts from the conference. For the topic you choose, you have 30 minutes to discuss it in your group

13:00 - 14:30 Networking Lunch


IS0 26262: Truck and Bus Implementation

14:30 - 15:20 Challenges and Practical Solutions for the Implementation of Functional Safety on Trucks and Bus Architectures

Mike Bucala - Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer, Daimler Trucks North America
  • How does the distributed development business model for trucks and buses affect the implementation of functional safety?
  • What are some strategies for achieving necessary levels of safety integrity when ASIL decomposition cannot be applied to legacy components?
  • What is needed to achieve full implementation?
  • How are major component suppliers affected?
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Mike Bucala

Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer
Daimler Trucks North America

15:20 - 15:50 Campfire Session | Achieving Common Safety Goals and ASIL

Clayton Westerfeld - Corporate Functional Safety Leader, Cummins Inc.
Join this campfire session to discuss the following:
  • Advantages of common HARA
  • Impact on distributed development
  • Challenges of common HARA
This session will begin with a 15 minute presentation and end with a 15 minute forum for
interactive discussion and debate.
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Clayton Westerfeld

Corporate Functional Safety Leader
Cummins Inc.

ISO 26262 at the Hardware Level

16:20 - 17:20 Deep Dive Session | Implementing ISO 26262 Part 5 – ECU Hardware

Karen Zimmerman - Functional Safety Manager - Gas/Diesel/BMS, Parts 2,5,7,11, Delphi Technologies
  • Challenges of ASIL D and techniques for meeting it
  • Completing a Hardware DFA
  • What should be included
  • Analyzing ICs in context of the ECU
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Karen Zimmerman

Functional Safety Manager - Gas/Diesel/BMS, Parts 2,5,7,11
Delphi Technologies

17:20 - 17:30 End of Day 1: Closing Remarks Conference Chair

Rami Debouk - Technical Fellow, General Motors R&D
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Rami Debouk

Technical Fellow
General Motors R&D

18:00 - 18:30 Evening Get-Together

Join our evening get-together and take this opportunity to network and make new business contacts. Or just to relax and round off your first conference day.