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WE ARE CELEBRATING THE 10TH EDITION OF OUR ISO 26262 CONFERENCE WITH AN ONLINE WEBINAR

Due to the risk associated with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19 the 10th International ISO 26262 and co-located 2nd Annual SOTIF Europe Conference will now be taking place online as a digital event. The safety and well being of our customers, partners, and employees remains our number one priority and based on the current advice from WHO and the German/EU government we feel that this is the correct decision for our community.

Please find the program of the digital event here.

eBook on ISO 26262 - Cost Optimised FuSa, ASPICE Assessment and Part II Challenges

eBook on ISO 26262 - Cost Optimised FuSa, ASPICE Assessment and Part II Challenges

Automotive companies have been swift to comply with ISO 26262. However, they are constantly looking for more cost-efficient FuSa application through new techniques and tools, including migration to Agile.

Expand your knowledge in this area, with this exclusive eBook written by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "ISO 26262 - Cost Optimised FuSa, ASPICE Assessment and Part II Challenges".

The report covers the following:

  • How to Achieve Cost Optimised Functional Safety for ISO 26262
  • Major Challenges Autonomous Driving Poses to ISO 26262 Part II
  • ISO 26262 Part II - A Good Starting Point
  • Working with the V Model to Validate Autonomous Vehicles
  • Volkswagen Presentation on How to Combine an ASPICE: Assessment with a Functional Safety Audit

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eBook Part 2: ISO26262 - Sensor Fusion, Part II and Compliant Embedded Software Development

eBook Part 2: ISO26262 - Sensor Fusion, Part II and Compliant Embedded Software Development

As we approach automation levels 4 and 5 in the midst of ISO 26262 implementation, the industry is urgently working on applications such as radars, cameras, ultrasonic systems and LIDAR, all in the lookout for more safety. Sensor fusion promises to be the key to taking autonomous vehicles to the next level. 

The eBook Part 2 includes the following reports:

  • Sensor Fusion and ISO 26262: Technical Challenges for Level 4-5 AVS
  • ISO 26262 2.0: Motorcycles and Commercial Vehicles
  • ISO 26262 Compliant Embedded Software Development Through the Model Based Safety Software Developemnt Lifecycle

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eBook Part 3 - ISO 26262: Streamlining Compliance, SOTIF Frame and Model-Based ASPICE

eBook Part 3 - ISO 26262: Streamlining Compliance, SOTIF Frame and Model-Based ASPICE

Expand your knowledge in this area, with this exclusive eBook (Part 3), written by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "ISO 26262: Streamlining Compliance, SOTIF Frame and Model-Based ASPICE". 

The eBook covers the following:

  • Using AUTOSAR C++ Coding Guidelines to Streamline ISO 26262 Compliance
  • Rethinking AV Functional Safety Standards: An Analysis of ISO 26262 and SOTIF
  • Incorporating ASPICE Process with Model-Based Development - A Case Study Using an In-Wheel Motor

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ISO 26262 eBook Part 4 - Key Challenges to the Safety Assurance of Autonomous Driving

ISO 26262 eBook Part 4 - Key Challenges to the Safety Assurance of Autonomous Driving

It is not just in the automotive industry that autonomy is a big issue. The level of autonomy in safety-related systems is rapidly increasing in many different domains such as healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, shipping and rail.

What can the automotive industry draw to assure safety of autonomous systems?

Expand your knowledge in this area, with this exclusive eBook (Part 4), written by Automotive IQ on the topic of: "Key Challenges to the Safety Assurance of Autonomous Driving".

The eBook covers the following:

  • Key Challenges to the Safety Assurance of Autonomous Driving
  • Impact of Architectural Levels on Hara and FSC Development (Presentation)
  • How can the Automotive Industry Draw Inspiration to Assure Safety of Autonomous Systems

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Whitepaper on Using Machine Learning Safely in Automotive Software

Whitepaper on Using Machine Learning Safely in Automotive Software

In automotive development, safety is a critical objective, and the emergence of standards such as ISO 26262 has helped focus industry practices to address safety in a systematic and consistent way.

Expand your knowledge in this area, with this exclusive Whitepaper, written by Rick Salay and Krzysztof Czarnecki from the Waterloo Intelligent Systems Engineering (WISE) Lab at the University of Waterloo in Canada on the topic of: "Using Machine Learning Safely in Automotive Software: An Assessment and Adaption of Software Process Requirements in ISO 26262".

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