2nd Edition, Autonomous Driving & Cybersecurity

13-15 May 2019, Novi, Michigan, USA

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„Be ready for the new opportunities of ISO 26262! “

Be part of the international exchange on functional safety in the automotive industry and don’t miss the upcoming CTI Conference ISO26262 USA on May 13 – 15, 2019, Diamond Center, Novi (MI), USA.

The automotive industry is currently undergoing a rapid change. The recent developments in automotive electronics also bring up more questions on safety in the context of ISO 26262 – with CTI you will be prepared for future developments.

Your Advantages

  • Meet experts and key player
  • Get up-to-date on innovations and trends
  • Extend your industry network

Reasons for participating

  • Find out the strengths and weaknesses of your current ISO 26262 policies by getting exposed to best industry practices
  • Reduce your risk by making your own assessment of ISO 26262
  • Prepare for the worst by planning ahead for legal aspects of ISO 26262
  • Increase your Return On Investment by saving your organization’s money and time

CTI proudly presents the second edition of the CTI AUTOMOTIVE WEEK:

From 13 to 16 May 2019 in Novi, MI CTI offers you the chance to meet experts from multidisciplinary
specialist departments in the automotive sector. Powertrain, connectivity, electrification, automation and safety – we bring today’s most important topics together:

3 events in 1 place

Chairman and Advisory Board:

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

    Senior Technical Specialist Safety and Cybersecurity

      Kyle Post

      Kyle Post

      Vehicle Systems Safety Supervisor
      Ford Motor Company, USA

        Padma Sundaram

        Padma Sundaram

        Principal System Safety Engineer
        General Motors Company, 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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