30 March - 2 April 2020 | Leipzig, Germany

The SOTIF Conference
 - 2nd European edition -

Accompany the ISO 21448:2019 SOTIF on its way to a full ISO standard!

Updates on ISO 21448 | application examples & lessons learnt | Deep Neural Networks |
SOTIF and the semiconductors | legal perspective

Originally started as part 14 of ISO 26262, SOTIF created some controversy. Now, SOTIF becomes a standard on its own. The idea of ISO/PAS 21448 is to complete ISO 26262 by looking into external causes and assuring safety of the intended functionality. 
When our vehicles become more and more automated and autonomous, this trend asks for including the vehicle environment, notably sensor perception and sensor algorithm processing, as well as unintentional misuse by humans. With the first SOTIF draft published in January 2019 comes uncertainties in the market on how to interpret and apply the standard. Luckily, SOTIF working group members can explain and discuss the SOTIF activities in detail, and senior safety experts who integrated SOTIF into their processes already can share their lessons learnt.

Wipe away your unease with SOTIF and join our SOTIF conference.

supported by SOTIF working group members

2020 key topic areas

Stay up to date on the most recent updates on ISO 21448:2019 Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF)

Learn from practical examples how SOTIF can be integrated successfully into your existing processes, most of all how to link the SOTIF activities to the ISO 26262 V-model

Get a step by step explanation of the single evaluation processes within the SOTIF activities

Gain a competitive edge by listening in to expertise in Deep Neural Networks and how they can support safety with highly automated functions

Understand the methods for identification and evaluation of risk and triggering events as they are recommended in the standard

Clarify what SOTIF means to the semiconductor industry: Is it affected by SOTIF? Shall it prepare for SOTIF?

Verification and validation: Build a solid understanding of how to define your validation & verification strategy, how to verify known unsafe scenarios and how to validate unknown unsafe scenarios 

2019 Speakers