Conference Day 2

8:30 - 9:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

9:00 - 9:10 Opening Remarks by Conference Chair

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

Technical Fellow
General Motors R&D

Join us for an informal conversation with David Ward and Stephen Crozier of HORIBA MIRA as we discuss draft standard ISO SAE 21434 – Road Vehicle Cyber Security Engineering, looking as its origins, current status and future implementation. We will also be discussing the wider interaction of ISO 26262 and cyber security. If you have specific questions you would like to submit to the speakers please contact stefanie.castellanos@iqpc.de
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Dr. David Ward

Senior Technical
HORIBA MIRA

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Stephen Crozier

Chief Engineer - Functional Safety
HORIBA MIRA


At the end of 2019 ISO 21448 PAS turned into a CD bringing it one step closer to a full ISO standard. This presentation from a SOTIF WG member will highlight the updates that have been included in the CD document. 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.
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Dean Degazio

Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Safety; Autonomous Driving OEM Programs
Aptiv


10:30 - 11:10 Functional Safety and SOTIF: Guidance for an Integrative Perspective on Fault Translation

Krzysztof Pennar - System Safety Engineer, Autonomous Vehicle, GM
Hsing-Hua Fan - Systems Safety Engineer, General Motors
  • Approaching the assessment of ISO26262 faults from an ISO21448 perspective
  • Illustrate through examples at various levels of automation
  • Show how a fault tolerant time interval can be applied within SOTIF
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Krzysztof Pennar

System Safety Engineer, Autonomous Vehicle
GM

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Hsing-Hua Fan

Systems Safety Engineer
General Motors

Tamás Csizmadia, Head of Safety and Compliance,
AImotive Ltd

11:10 - 11:40 Refreshment break and networking

With the focus on an industry-wide standardization of automated driving, consideration of these three standards is critical but where might the trade-offs lie and what are the possible architectural compromises of balancing all three?
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Krzysztof Pennar

System Safety Engineer, Autonomous Vehicle
GM

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Mike Bucala

Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer
Daimler Trucks North America

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Dr. David Ward

Senior Technical
HORIBA MIRA


ISO 26262 AT THE INTERFACE OF ADAS & AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

12:20 - 13:00 ISO 26262 and Real World Safety

John Joyce - Chassis Controls Technical Leader, Ford Motor Company
  • Limiting control authority to manage risk
  • Consider all effects
  • Real world safety statistics
  • Examples
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John Joyce

Chassis Controls Technical Leader
Ford Motor Company


13:00 - 14:30 Networking Lunch

14:30 - 15:10 V&V of Autonomous Vehicles: How Traditional and Novel Strategies Come Together

Somesh Khandelwal - Senior Systems Engineer, Lyft
Further information to follow
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    Somesh Khandelwal

    Senior Systems Engineer
    Lyft

    15:10 - 15:50 Panel Discussion | The Cost of Safety in ADAS (L2-L3)

    Mike Bucala - Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer, Daimler Trucks North America
    ADAS is at the front burner of many OEM’s development as technologies and vehicles become more and more advanced. However, many of the components enabling these technological developments are currently not able to meet the necessary safety requirements. Join this session to discuss:
    • ASIL decomposition
    • Safety cases and development
    • Meeting future needs: improving reliability
    • Are vehicles currently safe enough?
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      Mike Bucala

      Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer
      Daimler Trucks North America

      15:50 - 16:20 Coffee Break and Networking

      INTERACTING WITH MEMBERS OF THE ISO 26262 WORKING GROUP

      16:20 - 18:00 Town Hall Session (joint with ISO 26262 for Semiconductors conference attendees) with working group members of the international ISO 26262 working group (ISO/TC 022/SC 32/WG 08 ″Functional safety″)

      Mike Bucala - Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer, Daimler Trucks North America
      Lisa Clark - Senior Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer
      Rami Debouk - Technical Fellow, General Motors R&D
      Dean Degazio - Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Safety; Autonomous Driving OEM Programs, Aptiv
      Meet ISO 26262 working group Committee Members and get the opportunity to clarify doubts in this open session. Participants will be asked to choose two from the six tables available, each one moderated by an expert who specializes in a specific section of
      ISO 26262. There are 25 minutes dedicated to each table which participants choose.
      4:30 – 5:00 pm | First Session
      5:00 – 5:10 pm | Time for Switching
      5:10 – 5:40 pm | Second Session
      5:40 – 5:50 pm | Summary of main discussion points by discussion leaders
      Mike Bucala, Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer, Daimler Trucks North America
      Lisa Clark, Sr. Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer
      Rami Debouk, GM Technical Follow, General Motors Company
      Dean Degazio, Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Safety; Autonomous Driving OEM Programs, Aptiv
      Rahul Gulati, SoC Functional Safety Architect, Qualcomm
      Chanthachith Souvanthong, Corporate Functional Safety Manager, ON Semiconductor
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      Mike Bucala

      Vehicle Systems Quality Engineer
      Daimler Trucks North America

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      Lisa Clark

      Senior Functional Safety Manager
      Veoneer

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      Rami Debouk

      Technical Fellow
      General Motors R&D

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      Dean Degazio

      Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Safety; Autonomous Driving OEM Programs
      Aptiv

      18:00 - 18:10 Closing Remarks by the Chairperson

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

      Technical Fellow
      General Motors R&D

      18:10 - 18:20 End of the main conference

      Workshops A & B

      18:30 - 20:00 Registration for Workshops A & B


      Group 4

      19:00 - 21:00 FROM FUNCTIONS TO FUNCTIONAL SAFETY MECHANISMS
      John Lindland - Director of Functional Safety, TuSimple
      Focus: ISO 26262 Parts 4,5 & 6
      • Documenting the time sequence of functions from scope inputs to scope outputs
      • Sequential Relationship Between Functions. Selecting potential failure modes and primary failure modes
      • Identifying a failure mode detection strategy and functional safety response
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      John Lindland

      Director of Functional Safety
      TuSimple

      19:00 - 21:00 SAFETY ANALYSIS IN SOFTWARE
      Russ Mohr - Functional Safety Manager, FLIR Systems
      Focus: Specification of software safety requirements for semiconductors

      Around 80% of today’s innovation on the vehicle are based on software. Software becomes – or is already – a big differentiation factor within the automotive world. More than ever before, we should now focus on achieving high safety levels for software at possibly low cost. Discussion topics will include interpretation of ISO 26262 chapter 6 for semiconductors, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) for software and software validation.
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      Russ Mohr

      Functional Safety Manager
      FLIR Systems