Conference Day 2

8:30 - 9:00 Registration and Welcome Tea or Coffee

9:00 - 9:10 Opening Remarks by the conference chairperson

9:10 - 9:50 Working with the 2nd edition of ISO 26262

  • Streamline design processes
  • Verification and validation methodologies affected

9:50 - 10:30 An integrative approach towards SOTIF and FuSa

  • SOTIF poses new challenges in comparison to ISO 26262 FuSa, because it’s not about failure, but about natural limits and weaknesses, that manifest themselves depending on the situation
  • First draft of new SOTIF Standard ISO 21448 appeared this year, internal work going on towards higher automation levels, with more concrete advices on SOTIF analyses
  • Automotive companies are fearing lots of different or even duplicated work to do for SOTIF,  but there is potential to do a lot of things in sync with ISO 26262 activties
In most companies, SOTIF analysts and verification/simulation people are not yet working together – but there will need to be a bridge between both disciplines, as they can only succeed when collaborating

10:30 - 11:00 Refreshment break and networking

11:00 - 11:40 The challenges of bringing autonomous driving development to production

• The safety-related challenges that delay the production readiness of autonomous driving
• How different players in the industry are gauging roadworthiness of autonomous driving
• A proposal on how to address these challenges in a balanced manner
Tamás Csizmadia, Head of Safety and Compliance,
AImotive Ltd

11:40 - 12:20 Panel Discussion: How much of a software engineer do future functional safety experts have to be?

  • Electrified elements need data expertise, SW skills as well as HW skills
  • Even critical safety functions are more and more affected by ECUs communicating with one another
  • Recent autonomous driving incidents highlight the importance of understanding how and when what system overrides another

12:20 - 13:50 Networking luncheon

13:50 - 14:30 Automotive Functional Safety ISO 26262 - Hardware evaluation methodologies

- Evaluation of Safety Goal violation due to random hardware failures
- Evaluation of hardware architectural metrics compiled by ISO 26262 - SPFM, LFM
- Gap analysis for different ASIL levels by metric evaluation

14:30 - 15:10 Assuring Functional Safety in Level 4 AV using Systematic Fault Monitoring

  • -FuSa perspective on AV Level 1-5
  • -Introduction to systematic monitoring of AV risk
  • -Comparison to other safety monitors
  • -Measuring safety in AV detection of “ODD cushion

15:10 - 15:40 Referesment break and networking

Interactive Discussion Groups

Table 1

15:40 - 16:50 Battery System Safety meets ISO26262, including End-to-end Protection

Table 2

15:40 - 16:50 The validation of adaptive controls. New product through life usage.

e: safety vs. availability

Table 3

15:40 - 16:50 open scenario simulation testing – how much is enough?

(Find the topic of your choice and have an engaging solution-oriented discussion with your peers. After 30min you can choose another topic.)

16:50 - 17:00 Closing Remarks by the Chairperson

17:00 - 17:10 End of the main conference