Event submitted on Friday, July 24th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Highly recommended if you work within this fascinating space. The folks at IQPC pave the way with organizing events within this niche. If you are familiar with ISO 26262 and work with aspects of it then this security virtual event in 2020 ought to be considered to be a “must-attend”.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, July 24th 2020, or created by us.
Designed and presented by the USTAG and ISO/TC 22 voting members, ISO 26262 Part Leaders and leading experts in the field of functional safety for advanced automation and electrification. This is the leading meeting point for practitioners working in the US market.
What will inspire you this year:
Interactive panel discussions:
Get insights from top experts and national and international committee members as they present critical case studies on areas like the relationship between ISO 26262, SOTIF and Cyber Security as well as critical application challenges
Round table sessions:
Brainstorm ideas and solutions for some of the burning questions in the areas of functional safety. The conference will cover key areas such as ASIL decomposition, platform development, implementation case studies, ISO 26262 at the hardware level, and implementation on truck and bus architectures.
Focus Day: The Safety Standards Landscape
With more and more standards entering the market, benefit from a Focus Day looking at the current and upcoming safety landscape with a spotlight on UL 4600, IEEE P2851, ISO 21448 SOTIF and ISO SAE 21434 – Road Vehicle Cyber Security Engineering
Presentations on ISO implementation for trucks, ADAS and autonomous vehicles, FuSa considerations in electrification as well as agile processes for FuSa from the biggest automotive companies who are at the forefront of ISO implementation globally.
These workshops are specifically designed to provide a greater understanding and key takeaways tools for practical applications on the most challenging aspects of ISO 26262.