Pre-conference Workshop Day

7:30 am - 8:00 am Welcome Coffee and Registration for Workshop 1 and 2

8:00 am - 10:30 am MISRA FRAMEWORK FOR BUILDING UP AN AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY CASE

Roger Rivett - Functional Safety Technical Specialist, Member of WG8 UK, MISRA Chairman, Jaguar Land Rover
Focus: MISRA safety case guideline

Recently MISRA produced a guideline for automotive safety case: A logical framework that allows you to make your safety argument structured and thus defendable. In this workshop we will discuss the reasoning behind this framework, go through its structure and develop knowledge on how to develop a safety case based on these guidelines. We will also answer most common questions related to “free from unreasonable risk” safety claim.

Roger Rivett, Ex WG8 Member and MISRA Chairman, Visiting Fellow, University of York
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Roger Rivett

Functional Safety Technical Specialist, Member of WG8 UK, MISRA Chairman
Jaguar Land Rover


8:00 am - 10:30 am WORKSHOP 2: INTRODUCTION TO ISO 21448 SOTIF AND ITS MOST RECENT UPDATES


Rami Debouk - GM, Technical Fellow, General Motors Company
Focus: Basics of ISO 21448:2019

Originally started as part 14 of ISO 26262, SOTIF created some controversy. Now, SOTIF becomes a standard on its own. The scope of ISO 21448:2019 is to complete ISO 26262:2018 by the aspect of safe functionality of the system. As such, it completes the safety scope from only looking into internal causes by malfunctioning (26262) by adding hazards due to external causes into the safety analysis. SOTIF looks closely into the influence by the environment, as well as by unintentional misuse.
  • Learn the basics of ISO 21448:2019, how to interpret it
  • Get first-hand information on what has been renewed just recently when the PAS turned to a CD
  • Understand early on what you need to prepare on when adapting SOTIF to your current business processes

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Rami Debouk

GM, Technical Fellow
General Motors Company


10:30 am - 11:00 am Networking Coffee Break and Registration for Workshops 3 & 4

11:00 am - 1:30 pm WORKSHOP 3: HOW TO BOOST SAFETY ASSURANCE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS IN MULTI-TIER ENGINEERING SCENARIOS WITH DIGITAL DEPENDABILITY IDENTITIES

Jan Reich - Project Manager Embedded Systems Quality Assurance, Fraunhofer IESE
This workshop will describe in detail how Digital Dependability Identities (DDI) as model-connected and fully integrated safety cases simplify safety assurance in multi-tier engineering scenarios.

After the attendance of the workshop you will:

  • Know what DDIs are and understand, why a formal traceability between safety argument and model-based safety artifacts (Architecture, HARA, Failure Logic, safety concept models) is key to tackle normative requirements efficiently and effectively
  • Know which concrete safety engineering scenarios and practical pains can be supported by DDIs
  • Have created your first DDI for an example system with the DDI tool framework developed in the H2020 DEIS Project
  • Know how the runtime assurance extension of DDIs will make your highly-automated,autonomous or connected systems safe and performant in the future


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Jan Reich

Project Manager Embedded Systems Quality Assurance
Fraunhofer IESE

11:00 am - 1:30 pm WORKSHOP 4: THE IMPACT OF SOTIF ON THE SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES

James McGinley - Principal Functional Safety Architect, Autonomous Transport, Analog Devices
Focus: SOTIF within the semiconductor industry

Safety of the intended functionality considers hazardous behaviour in the absence of faults. While it may seem like this limits the domain to that of the vehicle, ISO/PAS 21448 clearly states that its “activities are applicable to the vehicle, system and component levels”. This workshop offers a closer look into what ISO/PAS 21448 means for development of semiconductor components in concrete terms. Topics discussed will include:
  • Understanding the relevant parts of ISO/PAS 21448 for semiconductor companies
  • Explore whether SOTIF impacts existing interaction models between semiconductor companies and the Tier 1 and OEM communities
  • Does SOTIF drive additional semiconductor safety analysis?
  • Examine options for adapting existing automotive QMS and functional safety lifecycles to support SOTIF
  • Consider whether SOTIF impacts digital, analogue and mixed-signal developments differently
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James McGinley

Principal Functional Safety Architect, Autonomous Transport
Analog Devices

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Networking Lunch and Registration for Workshop 5

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm WORKSHOP 5: HOW TO WRITE A SAFETY CASE FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

John Thomas - Executive Director - Safety and Security Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A Safety Case is a structured argument that justifies that your system is acceptably safe for aspecific application in a specific context. The Safety Case is the final document including all safety evidence that you have won from testing and analysing. The Standard for the Evaluation of Autonomous Products, UL 4600, provides a guideline on methods and techniques forbuilding and evaluating a safety argument for fully autonomous vehicles.

  • Learn on safety principles, techniques, tools and processes for writing a Safety Case
  • Brainstorm together on all evidence that needs to be collected for a good Safety Case
  • Exchange on lessons learnt and develop a good understanding on advantageous approaches to build a Safety Case

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John Thomas

Executive Director - Safety and Security Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm Pre-Conference Registration and Coffee

Panel Discussion: At The Interface Between ISO 26262 / SOTIF and Cyber Security
Join us pre-event to kick off the 10th Anniversary ISO 26262 Conference and co-located 2nd Annual
SOTIF conference with a critical panel discussion examining how ISO 26262, SOTIF and Cyber
Security are coming together within companies and how this should be handled and resourced
Key areas to be discussed include:
  • Current status overview: How are these functions interacting and where are the lines drawn
  • Where are the overlaps
  • Reducing inefficiency: Is a more unified approach required
  • Critical examination of resourcing challenges
  • Improving communication channels
  • Towards a cost-effective and efficient approach

Pre-conference Drinks to follow
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Peter Lascych

Principal Expert Functional Safety
Vitesco Technologies

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Dr. Thomas Maier-Komor

Team-Leader FuSa Conformity and Processes, Head of German delegation to ISO 26262 Part 12
BMW Group AG

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Helen Monkhouse

Chief Engineer - Functional Safety
HORIBA MIRA