Three Day Training on ISO 26262 Process for Automotive Functional Safety

Course overview

A 3-day training on ISO 26262 where professionals get to learn about the process requirements for implementing functional safety right from the concept phase to system and software. In addition to it the course will also focus on management of functional safety from an organizational and product point of view. This will also talk about safety analysis and ASIL determinations.

If you need answers to queries about functional safety issues, then LDRA will provide those answers.

Please note, this is a paid 3-day training course with a fee of $1,495 per person.


Location, dates and times

Courtyard by Marriott, 2550 Aimee Lane Auburn Hills, Michigan
Hotel: 1-248-373-4100  URL:
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Who should attend?

The training is designed to support the requirements of software development teams, verification and validation teams and those aiming to achieve safety critical certifications for their projects in various domains.

• Safety & security managers

• Software developers

• System engineers

• System architects

• OEMs

• Quality managers

• IV & V


Agenda

Day 1

 

8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast - Welcome and Introduction

9:00 AM

Management of Functional Safety – Session 1
    Safety Lifecycle - Organizational management - Project specific management

10:30 AM

Break

10:45 AM

Concept Phase – Session 2
    Item definition - HARA - FSC

12:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM

Product development at System level – Session 3
    Planning - TSC and TSR

3:00 PM

Break

3:15 PM

    System Integration and Testing - Safety validation

5:00 PM

End of day 1

Day 2

8:00 AM - Continental Breakfast

9:00 AM

Product Development at Software level – Session 4
    Planning - SSR Specification and Management - ASIL Decomposition –

    Software Architectural Design

10:30 AM

Break

10:45 AM

    Safety Analysis on Architecture - Architecture Verification

12:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM

    Architecture Related Topics
             Component Qualification - Coexistence criteria - FFI DFA

3:00 PM

Break

3:15 PM

    Unit Design and Implementation

5:00 PM

End of day 2

Day 3

Continental Breakfast

9:00 AM

             Software Unit verification - Software Integration verification

             Testing of embedded software

11:00 AM

Break

11:15 AM

Product development at Hardware level – Session 5
    Planning - HSR Specification and management

12:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM

    Hardware Design - Evaluation of Hardware metrics - Random hardware failures

    and safety violations - Hardware Integration and verification

3:00 PM

Break

3:15 PM

Support Process – Session 6
(4:45 PM - Q&A followed by Wrap Up)

5:00 PM

End of day 3


Speakers

Celeste Breyer

Now in her 4th year with LDRA software solutions and a graduate in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University, Celeste brings expertise and experience in the aerospace and process industries to her role as Field Application Engineer. Celeste inspires the application of best-practice techniques through the application of LDRA tools in the development of safe and secure embedded applications across the aerospace, process, automotive, and medical industries.

Jared Fry

Jared Fry is a Field Application Engineer for LDRA Ltd.  He graduated from Western New Mexico University with degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science.  His career began in the defense industry working for Lockheed Martin.  There Jared served as a software engineer working on various projects ranging from missile and radar systems, training simulations, and software testing.  With LDRA he leverages these experiences as a consultant, assisting clients throughout the development process to produce a quality and certifiable product. 

 


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