James McGinley

Principal Functional Safety Architect, Autonomous Transport Analog Devices

Pre-conference Workshop Day

Monday, March 25th, 2019

11:00 AM WORKSHOP 4: THE IMPACT OF SOTIF ON THE SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES

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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