11:00 - 13:30 ISO26262 AND SOTIF: HOW TO PERFORM BOTH WORKS WITHIN THE SAME PROJECT FLOW
ISO26262 as much of a systems approach as is SOTIF, except it addresses scenarios that are triggered by random hardware faults or hardware/system design faults where 21488 focuses on scenarios related to limitations in system functional concept, to state it at a very high level. That perspective still requires both ISO 26262 and ISO 21488 to be complied with and workflows to be followed that make sure information from one task is delivered to the person responsible for the next task.
The Workshop will highlight how it is necessary to use SOTIF and 26262 in the same project to lead a design team to develop the product based on analyses directed by different existing standards.
Kenneth FreemanPrincipal Functional Safety Consultant
(formerly) HELLA Electronics Corp.
13:30 - 14:30 Networking luncheon
14:30 - 17:00 (Cyber-)Security for FuSa experts: Mitigating Security Risks in Safety Procedures in the Product Development Cycle
With the push for electrification and more and more features that connect in one way or another to external devices and networks, (cyber)security becomes more and more relevant for Safety Experts as well. This workshop will enable FuSa experts to learn from threat assessments and other security centered practices.
Joseph KristofikGlobal Functional Safety Manager Passive Safety
17:00 - 19:30 Assuring safety culture within the organization Product Safety is the goal! Cost-optimisation when complying with multiple safety guidelines and standards
This workshop’s primary goal is to understand how you can assure a safety culture within the organization to make sure that all are working towards the same goal. Understanding what is expected will be part of this workshop.
In this workshop you will be able to:
• Understand what can be done to assure safety culture
• What is and what can be done at the department level
Karen ZimmermanFunctional Safety Manager for DEG