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ISO 26262 Podcasts – FREE DOWNLOAD


Here you will find informative audio recordings from our ISO 26262 experts on the following topics: What does the future hold for SOTIF and ISO PAS 21448? How does a testable scenario framework for OEDR through safety analysis using STPA for SOTIF look like? How to develop safer AI based systems using ISO 26262 and ISO 21448?Integrating Functional Cybersecurity Concept Strategies and Functional Safety Concept Strategies? Fail Operational and ISO 26262, 2nd Edition?

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Sneak peek: Speech about the current topic “Evaluation of semiconductors as legacy parts and how ISO/FDIS 26262-8:2018 can help”


Evaluation of hardware elements is an alternative means of compliance with ISO 26262-5. Applicable either to commercial parts of the shelf (COTS) or parts that were not designed according to ISO 26262 but considered to be safety-related within the context of an ISO 26262 compliant item or element in which they are to be integrated.

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2nd edition ISO 26262 – Interview with the chair of the CTI ISO 26262 Conference USA


Professor Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy, Chair Software & Systems Engineering, Department of Informatics, Technical University of Munich, Germany

CTI:
Which are in your opinion the most important changes for companies regarding the 2nd edition ISO 26262?

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Static Verification of Non-Functional Requirements in the ISO-26262


The norm ISO-26262 aims at ascertaining the functional safety of Automotive Electric/Electronic Systems. It is not focused on purely functional system properties, but also demands to exclude nonfunctional safety hazards in case they are critical for a correct functioning of the system.

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