25 - 28 March 2019 |
Munich, Germany

Pre-conference Workshop Day | 25 March

8:30 am - 9:00 am Welcome coffee and registration for workshop 1 and 2

9:00 am - 11:30 am WORKSHOP 1 - Introduction into the standard of the intended functionality – How to interpret SOTIF

Anders Sandberg - System Architect & System Safety Engineer Aptiv
Focus: Basics of ISO/PAS 21448 SOTIF
 
The first SOTIF draft stimulates heated discussion in the industry already before its release that is scheduled for end of 2018. Meet a SOTIF working group member, and get a better understanding on the scope of SOTIF, and on how to interpret it.
Ø  Identify the most critical aspects within the current ISO/PAS 21448 version for your business
Ø  Achieve a high level of functional safety for vehicles on SAE level 2
Ø  Understand early on time how safety will look like for highly automated and autonomous vehicles according to SOTIF
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Anders Sandberg

System Architect & System Safety Engineer
Aptiv

9:00 am - 11:30 am WORKSHOP 2 - ISO / SAE 21434 – How to integrate a security guideline within existing processes

Focus: Security processes
 
 The workshop focusses on the impending challenges facing the industry regarding theactivities required by ISO / SAE 21434 in an engineering lifecycle. In this workshop you will be able to:
Ø  Interpret requirements
Ø  Actions and steps to be taken

Christoph Schmittner, Scientist - Digital Safety & Security, Safe and Autonomous Systems, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm Network luncheon and registration for workshop 3 and 4

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm WORKSHOP 3 - MISRA framework for building up an automotive safety case

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

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm WORKSHOP 4 - How to secure the connected car

Focus: securing development lifecycle
 
This workshop will describe in detail how to introduce security in the automotive development process
Ø  Putting security in the development process: The Secure Development Lifecycle
Ø  Difference between security in classic and agile development processes
Ø  Detailed hands-on explanation for the necessary steps, e.g. Fuzzing – when to fuzz, how, what software/ hardware is available, how this can be set-up and verified it is working – and how can it actually be tested if an issue was found or not?
Ø  This is supported with real-life security issues and at which point these could have been found/ prevented in the process
Ø  It is possible for attendees to explain their custom processes and we will discuss how this could be done
 
Marc Heuse, Ethical Hacker working with the automotive industry, mh-sec, Germany.

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Refreshment break and registration for workshop 5

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm WORKSHOP 5 - Leading change in automotive engineering

Focus: Change Management
 
An interactive workshop on learning how to lead change and get necessary skills for successful leadership in a technically complex environment.  We will discuss:
Ø  Leadership mindset for change
Ø  Handling resistance to change
Ø  The role that trust plays in team performance
We will not only discuss theories, methods and tools that can be used to lead change in a successful way – we will also share experiences and insights to gain perspective and learn from one another.
 
Johan Stenson, Change Manager R&D, HR R&D, Volvo Car Corporation,Sweden.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Informal Evening get-together reserved for the workshop participants