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„Functional Safety & SOTIF & Cybersecurity – Moving towards autonomous driving

Automated vehicles must be safe. A new standard is on its way – ISO/PAS 21448 – Safety Of The Intended Functionality (SOTIF). SOTIF is an important new concept that has been introduced alongside ISO 26262, to deal with wider aspects of system safety in the particular contexts of driver assist and higher levels of automated driving functions. ISO/PAS 21448 complements ISO 26262.

ISO 26262 also considers the need for functional safety interact with cybersecurity. ISO/SAE 21434 is under development in draft form but as it becomes established practitioners will need to consider areas of overlap and interaction more closely.

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Chairmen and Advisory Board:

Carsten Gebauer

Carsten Gebauer

Senior Expert, Bosch Center of Competence „Functional Safety“
Robert Bosch GmbH


    Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy

    Prof Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy

    Chair Software & Systems Engineering, Department of Informatics
    Technical University of Munich, Germany

      Dr Barbara Czerny

      Dr Barbara J. Czerny

      Technical Fellow Engineering, Functional Safety and Cybersecurity
      DURA Automotive Systems

        Kyle Post

        Kyle Post

        Vehicle Systems Safety Supervisor
        Ford Motor Company, USA

          Padma Sundaram

          Chief Architect, AV System Safety and Systems Engineering, General Motors, USA

            Dr David Ward

            Dr David Ward

            Head of Functional Safety
            MIRA Limited, UK


              Artagun Yesildere

              Artagun Yesildere

              Manager Software Engineering Services & Global Safety Coordinator Powertrain Controls
              Robert Bosch LLC, USA

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