Programme 2019


DAY 1 | MONDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER 2019DAY 2 | TUESDAY, 1 OCTOBER 2019DAY 3 | WEDNESDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2019
8.30 – 9.00

RECEPTION WITH COFFEE AND TEA

9.00 – 9.30

Welcome by the chair and introduction to the topic

Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred BroyProf. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy
Ordinarius Software & Systems Engineering
Technical University Munich, Informatics Institute

9.30 – 10.15

Introducing Functional Safety in an Organization – Experience Report

  • How to avoid Fusa as an „isolated universe“ separated from nominal development
  • Management awareness and safety culture
  • Pilot projects and rollout
  • Training & qualification strategy, effective HR involvement
  • Safety organization, centralized vs. decentralized, „safety manager“ vs. „safety engineer“ vs. „in-house safety consultants“

Dr Pierre Metz Dr Adam Schnellbach

Dr Pierre Metz, Organisational Safety Manager, Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG
Dr Adam Schnellbach, Lead Engineer Safety Methods and Analysis, AVL LIST GmbH (Co-Author)

10.15  10.30

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

10.30 – 11.15

Collaboration between Functional Safety and Product Safety when developing mechatronic systems

  • Product Safety and Integrity Management and Functional Safety Management in the product lifecycle (e.g. roles such as Product Safety Representatives or Functional safety Manager)
  • Risk-based approaches according to standards such as VDA red volume „Product integrity“ and ISO 26262:2018
  • Assessment of Hazards and Risks (generic safety goals versus specific safety goals)
  • Identification and handling of safety requirements
  • Handling of safety assessments and safety cases

Matthias MaihöferMatthias Maihöfer
Head of Functional Safety,
Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG

11.15 – 11.45

COFFEE BREAK

11.45 – 12.30

Fail Operational and ISO 26262, 2nd Edition

  • Basic Concept
  • Some Simple Examples
  • Applying ASIL decomposition

Carsten GebauerCarsten Gebauer
Senior Expert, Bosch Center of Competence Functional Safety,
Robert Bosch GmbH

12.30 – 13.15

Consumer Components in Automotive Applications – Consequences for Functional Safety?

  • Liability for defective products
  • Use of consumer components in safety-relevant applications
  • Quality and reliability expectations in the automotive sector
  • Appropriate risk prevention

Andreas ReuterAndreas Reuter
former Syndikus Corporate Legal Services,
Robert Bosch GmbH

13.15 – 13.30

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

13.30 – 14.30

LUNCH

14.30 – 15.15

What are new challenges for HW Semiconductor SEooC with ISO26262:2018 and with system expectation?

  • Major impacts of 2nd edition for HW SEooC Semiconductor development
  • Focus on impact 2nd edition for confirmation measures for HW Semiconductor element
  • Focus on impact 2nd edition for Safety analysis for HW Semiconductor element
  • New challenge for Hardware architectural metrics when providing multi hardware semiconductor parts for system integration.

Valerie BernonValerie Bernon
Organisation Functional Safety Manager,
NXP

15.15 – 16.00

Putting the context into SEooC – a look at development of complex HW and SW IP

Dave HighamDave Higham
Principal Functional Safety Engineer,
Imagination Technologies

16.00  16.30

COFFEE BREAK

16.30 – 17.15

Ensuring Automotive Safety and Consistency with Agile Development

  • Continuous integration and delivery process in automotive E/E development
  • Agile safety analysis process supported by semi-automated tooling
  • Scaling agile development for critical systems

Dr Christof EbertDr Christof Ebert
Managing Director,
Vector Consulting Services

17.15 – 18.00

Adopting Agile/DevOps ALM in Automotive & Safetycritical Development

Peter HallerPeter Haller
Senior Pre-Sales,
Intland Software

18.00

Evening Event

8.30 – 9.00

RECEPTION WITH COFFEE AND TEA

9.00 – 9.30

Summary of the previous day by the chair

Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred BroyProf. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy

9.30 – 10.15

Please Confirm that your System is Safe!

  • Which confirmation measures are required by ISO 26262?
  • What are the differences in Ed2 compared to Ed1?
  • Which lessons were taught in history on CMs?
  • What is the difference to other QA tasks like V&V?
  • What is the relationship to Cyber Security, Mechanical Safety, Product Safety, SOTIF, Quality Gates?

Dr Tomislav LovricDr Tomislav Lovric
Corporate Sr. Technical Specialist, Safety Auditor EU/AP,
ZF Active Safety GmbH, ZF Group

10.15 – 10.30

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

10.30 – 11.00

COFFEE BREAK

11.00 – 11.45

How safe is safe enough? Challenges in the application of SOTIF for Automated Driving!

  • Introduction into ISO PAS 21448 (SOTIF)
  • Mapping of SOTIF activities to Bosch activities
  • Application of SOTIF for Bosch systems
  • Discussion of acceptance criteria for V&V activities

Susanne EbelDr Susanne Ebel
Chassis Systems Control, Safety & Validation Highly Automated Driving,
Robert Bosch GmbH

11.45 – 12.00

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

12.00 – 12.45

Interfacing ISO 26262 and SOTIF

  • Distinguishing line between malfunctions and functional insufficiencies in ADS can be blurred
  • Causes of a critical situation may extend well beyond a sensor limitation or a software malfunction
  • Proposed is a holistic and inclusive approach to E/E systems safety
  • Leveraging and building on existing practices of ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 21448 (SOTIF)

John BirchJohn Birch
Chief Engineer, Functional Safety,
HORIBA MIRA Ltd.

12.45 – 13.00

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH

14.00 – 14.45

Concepts for validation of DNN in ADAS related features

  • IEE`s view on SOTIF in ADAS related development
  • Deep Neural Network (DNN) in ADAS features
  • How to validate DNN according to the idea of SOTIF
  • Current projects regarding DNN validation

Dr Thomas Stifter

Dr Thomas Stifter
Department Manager Basics and Mathematical Models,
IEE S.A.

14.45 – 15.00

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

15.00 – 15.45

Practical approach for dealing with Deep Learning Neural Networks in Functional Safety

Dr Ulrich Bodenhausen Dr Arnulf Braatz

Dr Ulrich Bodenhausen, Manager, Vector Consulting Services
Dr Arnulf Braatz, Manager Safety Consulting, Vector Consulting Services

15.45 – 16.30

Discussion:
Current chances and challenges in safety SOTIF and security

John Birch Carsten Gebauer Dr Daniel Kästner

John Birch, Chief Engineer, Functional Safety, HORIBA MIRA Ltd.
Carsten Gebauer, Senior Expert, Bosch Center of Competence Functional Safety, Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr Daniel Kästner, CTO, AbsInt GmbH

Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred BroyModerator:
Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy

9.00  9.30

RECEPTION WITH COFFEE AND TEA

9.30 – 10.00

Summary of the previous day by the chair

Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred BroyProf. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy

10.00 – 10.45

Journey towards Level 5: What we learn from Boeing B737-8 (MAX) accident?

  • B737-8( MAX) accident: What is known till now?
  • Analogous scenarios in Autonomous Vehicles
  • Consideration of Quality History from Aviation incident database for Safety Improvements
  • Ensuring effectiveness during Safety verification & validation
  • Strengthening Functional Safety Assessments & Audits

Manjunath Kulkarni Anitha Rajesh Kumar

Manjunath Kulkarni, Director, Tata Elxsi
Anitha Rajesh Kumar,
Quality Manager, Tata Elxsi

10.45 – 11.30

Programming Safe and Secure Software – The Role of the Programming Language

  • Interest in C++ elevated by Adaptive Autosar and advanced ADAS systems
  • Review of ISO 26262 requirements for programming languages and comparison to DO-178
  • The role of model-based code generation
  • Overview and comparison of language features of C vs. C++
  • Hidden complexities of C++

Dr Daniel KästnerDr Daniel Kästner,
CTO,
AbsInt GmbH

11.30 – 12.15

Taming the Beast: How to Manage Large Software Models According to ISO 26262

  • Concepts of software architectures and architectures in models
  • Assessing architectural design principles in software models
  • Refactoring simulink models according to ISO 26262

Alexander BinkowskiAlexander Binkowski,
Product Application Engineer,
Model Engineering Solutions

12.15 – 12.30

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

12.30 – 13.30

LUNCH

13.30 – 14.15

Software Dependent Failure Analysis in practice (SW DFA)

  • Applicability of SW DFA
  • Systematic approach and ASPICE-ability
  • Example on AUTOSAR
  • Integration with Development Process

Johannes Klappacher Ferdinand Loacker

Johannes Klappacher, Consultant Functional Safety, Prozesswerk GmbH 
Ferdinand Loacker,
Consultant Functional Safety, Prozesswerk GmbH

14.15 – 15.00

Automated Requirements-Based Testing for ISO26262

  • Combining automatic test case generation from source code with requirements tracability

Matt Davis
Managing Director,
QA Systems Ltd.

15.00 – 15.45

What if your computer could understand your requirements?

  • ADAS and autonomous driving lead to an increasing number of safety-critical requirements
  • ISO 26262 recommends formal specification and verification in addition to classic test methods
  • These new test methods can be applied on the whole right side of the V-cycle, from Unit, Komponent, Integration up to HIL and vehicle tests.

Wolfgang Meincke,
Senior Pilot Engineer, BTC Embedded Systems AG

15.45 – 16.30

Model-based standard-compliance checks

  • Compliance-Models for Safety Standards: Requirements & Parameterized Processes
  • Automated Consistency and Completeness Checks
  • Generation of Safety Plan and Safety Cases
  • Practical Example: Certified Qualification Processes

Dr Oscar SlotoschDr Oscar Slotosch,
CEO,
Validas AG

16.30

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