Workshop Day

As we move toward an Agile management style with shorter Program Increments and Sprints, the challenges of implementing the in-depth studies of Functional Safety are magnified. This workshop will discuss possible methods of implementing Functional Safety in timing compatible with Sprints and Program Increments.
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Karen Zimmerman

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

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Evangeline Bletsis

Agile Coach - North America
Delphi Technologies


11:00 - 12:30 Coffee Break and Registration for Workshop E and F

• Learn HazOp techniques that can be applied toward deriving SOTIF requirements
• Integrate hazop with ODD and OEDR to identify triggering events
• Explore how to establish validation targets for both SOTIF and FuSa
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John Thomas

Executive Director, Safety & Security Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

14:00 - 15:00 Networking Lunch and Registration for Workshop G

15:00 - 17:30 AN INTRODUCTION TO STPA (SYSTEM THEORETIC PROCESS ANALYSIS)

John Thomas - Executive Director, Safety & Security Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The system theoretic process analysis (STPA) is a much discussed risk and hazard analysis method. As a top-down analysis, STPA emphasizes the system‘s dynamic behavior including automation
interactions and human behavior. Join this workshop to get a hands-on approach how to perform STPA and it’s relationship to the safety of the intended functionality.
• Get a summary of the most important aspects of the STPA: basic concepts, terminology, and process will be explained
• Understand the difference between traditional techniques and STPA, and latter‘s advantages
• Apply an exemplary STPA to a limited case study to demonstrate the process
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John Thomas

Executive Director, Safety & Security Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

8:30 - 11:00 HOW TO INTERPRET FMEDA RESULTS IN AN ACTIONABLE FORMAT

Lisa Clark - Senior Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer
Focus: Interpretation of FMEDA results

It comes as no surprise that Failure Modes and Effects Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA) is used extensively to evaluate risks related to random hardware failures. This analysis is performed at each level of the supply chain, and each level incorporates FMEDA results from lower tiers into their own. It follows that the safety integrity of a company’s product relies on the safety concepts and integrity of its supplied components. There have been numerous workshops provided on the mechanics of how to perform an FMEDA. This workshop will focus on providing results of an FMEDA in a format that is actionable by the customer and allows them to better understand and reinforce their own safety concept.
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Lisa Clark

Senior Functional Safety Manager
Veoneer


11:00 - 12:30 Coffee Break and Registration for Workshop E and F

11:30 - 14:00 DEPENDABILITY CONSIDERATIONS FOR MULTICORE BASED IOT SAFETY CRITICAL PLATFORMS

Jyotika Athavale - Senior Staff Reliability Architect, Intel
Focus: Multicore SoCs in IOT safety critical system

This presentation will feature an overview of dependability considerations to enable multicore SOCs in IOT safety critical systems, including RAS, functional safety, security and real time considerations. With the increase in functional integration of safety critical systems, complex multicore SOCs are needed to satisfy processing performance requirements of the digital electronic hardware. Multicore processors introduce new instances of potential interaction between applications. Analyzing the interference for shared resources between partitions needs to be comprehended. Also, security concerns are growing with increased connectivity and vulnerability to attack needs to be mitigated. Newer devices also incorporate COTS features such as TCC and TSN, have the potential to alleviate certification challenges and meet the
requirements for safety critical systems.
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Jyotika Athavale

Senior Staff Reliability Architect
Intel