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Automotive IQ announces System Safety 2017 Conference

Posted: 08/10/2017

Berlin, Germany – Taking place in Las Vegas, NV, Automotive IQ’s System Safety conference is the only automotive event to provide a comprehensive look at safety in every component of highly complex and computer-controlled systems. IQPC Germany is proud to announce the return of the System Safety USA conference Series.

Automotive IQ’s System Safety 2017 will be coming to Las Vegas on September 25th – 27st to welcome technical experts from automotive OEMs, major suppliers, semiconductors, legal authorities, and academia to exchange knowledge and share their experience with comprehensive testing strategies, effective approaches to hazard analysis and risk management, and an in-depth look at the current legal landscape for autonomous vehicles.

The conference offers 3 full days of insights from global automotive experts, case studies, 3 interactive workshops, and panel discussions.

For more information: http://bit.ly/Pressrelease_SySa 

Key topics include:

  • System engineering, design and safety requirements for reliability of complex systems
  • Safety engineering and architectures for highly autonomous and emergent behavior systems
  • Testing and validating of software architectures, operation of non-deterministic functions and systematic failure at software level
  • Developing system safety processes for components, component failures and maximum achievable systematic safety integrity
  • Assessing functional safety at the system level, safety of the intended functionality for AD
  • Vehicular networking architecture, validation and verification for V2X systems
  • Safety requirements of HMI, environment considerations and real driving scenarios
  • Functional Safety for AV, Model Based Development and architectures for machine learning and autonomous systems

Presentations include:

Self-driving machines

Dr. Sam Kherat, Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Bradley University

Reusability on the Technical Safety Concept

Miguel Marina, System Safety Engineer

Magna Electronics Inc.

Safety requirements and concepts in automated driving systems

Rini Sherony, Sr. Principal Engineer, Collaborative Safety Research Center

Toyota Motor North America, Research & Development

Combining Functional Safety and Cyber Security Activities

Nicholas Alexiades, Project Manager, Technical Expert, Vehicle Architecture (Functional Safety)

CNH Industrial

Testing and validation of ESC, AEBS and LDWS for Indian market

Dr. Ajit Kumar Jindal, Head Engineering – CVBU (Commercial Vehicle Business Unit)

Tata Motors Ltd.

For more information and details concerning speakers, sessions, and presentations, visit:

http://www.autosystemsafety.com/

Posted: 08/10/2017