26 - 28 March, 2019
Holiday Inn Munich City Center, Munich, Germany

Second Conference Day 27 March

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration and welcome coffee

9:00 am - 9:30 am Opening remarks from the Chairman

David Foley, Microcontroller Architect, Texas Instruments, USA

9:10 am - 9:50 am Overview about ISO/SAE 21434 “road vehicles – cybersecurity engineering”

9:50 am - 10:30 am How to implement cyber security process in automotive Industry based on standards ISO/SAE 21434

8:00 am - 8:30 am Refreshment break and networking

11:00 am - 11:30 am Updates on the development of SAE J3101: hardware protected security for ground vehicles


11:30 am - 12:00 pm The evolution from a fixed to a flexible hardware security module architecture in microcontrollers

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm In-class session | Negotiating OEM requirements for Semiconductors companies: IP

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Luncheon and networking

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Case Study Session | ADAS System: Design AEB/SCC (Automatic Emergency Braking/ Smart Cruise Control System)

4:00 pm - 4:20 pm Refreshment break and networking

Mix & Discuss

4:20 pm - 6:00 pm Mix & Discuss

Choose for two out of 16 deep dive topics and elaborate each with experts from all conferences. For each topic you chose, you have 30 minutes to discuss it in your group. The results will be presented at the end.
A1 | How can you really take the safety element out of context?
B1 | How to enhance cooperation through best practices within departments
C1 | Data management systems: Critical aspects and key system ingredients in automotive
D1 | Assessment and release criteria for automated functions
A2 | Enforcing functional safety of the powerfeed for future vehicles
B2 | Hand in hand - addressing safety concerns: Implementation of best practices in security
C2 | System-based test verification: Strategies, processes and methodologies
D2 | Rethinking software design from scratch instead of cleaning up afterwards
A3 | Defining and applying tolerance times in safety concepts
B3 | Security for connectivity: Strategies for security – look at every device like an individual
C3 | Testing form a human (factors) perspective: Field Findings on passenger acceptance of autonomous vehicles
D3 | What are the requirements towards vehicle simulation to enhance SOTIF safety analysis?
A4 | Handling failure mode distributions for semiconductors
B4 | Security for over the air updates (SOTA) - checking for potential vulnerabilities
C4 | A comparison of model-based validation: Road vs. simulation-based testing
D4 | SOTIF and Functional Safety In Context of Automated Driving

6:00 pm - 6:10 pm Closing remarks by all Chairmen

David Foley, Microcontroller Architect, Texas Instruments, USA
Anders Sandberg, System Architect & System Safety Engineer, Aptiv, Sweden, SOTIF working group
member, Sweden
Dr. Sagar Behere, Manager AD Architecture and Functional Safety, Toyota Research Institute, USA
Dave Higham, Member of WG8 UK, Delphi Technologies, UK

6:10 pm - 6:40 pm End of conference day two