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Conference in May starts on Tuesday, 09.05.2017          

TuesdayDay 1
  Moderator: Dr. Rolf Jung, University of Applied Sciences Kempten, Professor for Functional Safety, formerly STW Sensortechnik




08:30 Registration & Reception Snack
09:00 Opening
  Wolfgang Mickisch, FSC.automotive Functional Safety Consulting, formerly
                            TÜV NORD Mobility, IFM, Head of Electronics & Car-IT

9:30 Presentation: ADAS – Chances and Challenges for Safety Engineering
  Introduction and presentation of a Crossing Pilot, its architecture, functions and ADAS Safety Case according ISO 26262
Dr. Stefan Schneider, University of Applied Sciences Kempten,
Professor for Driver Assistance Systems, formerly BMW
 10:30 Coffee Break
 10:45 Presentation: Defining the Item for ADAS products
  Learning objectives: To understand vehicle-level use cases and activity diagrams
  Stephen Norton, Quint Safety GmbH, Managing Director
11:15 Workshop: Creating the Item Definition of a Crossing Pilot
  Learning objectives: To be able to ...
 
  • ... define vehicle use cases.
  • ... create vehicle-level activity diagrams.
  • ... identify the vehicle-level system context.
  Stephen Norton
 12:15 Lunch Break
 13:00 Presentation: Managing Risks and Preventing Hazards in complex ADAS
 

Learning objectives: To understand the Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA) and the impact of security on safety

Stephen Norton

 13:30 Workshop: How to Analyse the Hazards for a Crossing Pilot
  Learning objectives: To be able to ...
 
  • ... apply scenario catalogues.
  • ... determine severity and controllability.
  • ... define ASIL level for malfunctioning behaviour.
  Stephen Norton
14:30 Coffee Break
 14:45 Presentation + Workshop: How OEMs assess Scenarios, Exposure, Severity and Controllability
  Dr. Thomas Zöller und Sven Schachtner, AUDI (Powertrain), Functional Safety Lead Experts
16:15 Coffee Break
 16:30 Presentation + Workshop: Deriving High Quality Requirements in the Context of ADAS
 

Learning objectives: to get a compact overview on the quality criteria of safety requirements. In the hands-on workshop this will by trained and consolidated.

Dr. Frank Edler, elbon.de, Functional Safety Expert and book author

17:30 Workshop: Performing Item Definition, HARA, FSC Using Tools
 

Learning objectives: To be able to develop Item Definition, HARA, Functional Safety Concept (FSC) for ADAS products by using a Functional Safety Development Tool (Example: medini Analyze)

Stephen Norton

18:30 Evening Break
19:00 Dinner
   
Wednesday 29.03.2017 Day 2

Moderator: Wolfgang Mickisch, FSC.automotive, formerly TÜV NORD Mobility, IFM, Head of Electronics & Car-IT
08:30 Presentation: The Interdependency of Functional Safety and Security
  Learning objectives: How to derive top-level safety and top-level security requirements and to understand safe-state, secure-state.
Mario Hoffmann, Head of Security & Privacy Consulting, Continental Corp.
09:30 Workshop: Functional Safety and Security Concept (Part I)
  Learning objectives: To become versed in deriving top-level safety and security requirements.
  Mario Hoffmann, Continental, and Dr. Hasan Akram, Matrickz GmbH, CEO
10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Workshop: Functional Safety and Security Concept (Part II)
  Learning objectives: To  become versed in defining safe-state, secure-state, FTTI, Warning Concepts etc.
  Mario Hoffmann and Dr. Hasan Akram
10:45 Presentation: How to Create Functional Requirements and Architecture
Learning objectives: To be able to define functional requirements and functional architecture, to understand why and how both are interconnected and have to be developed in an iterative process.

Dr. Bernhard Bauer, Hella AG, Functional Safety Assessor
   
11:30 Workshop: Functional Safety Requirements and Architecture
  Learning objectives: To become able to develop Functional Safety Requirements and Architecture and to create a functional-level activity diagram.
  Stephen Norton
12:15 Lunch
13:00 Presentation + Workshop: ASIL Decomposition
  Learning objectives: To understand the essence of ASIL decomposition and to be able to perform it in the context of an ADAS product
  Stephen Norton
14:30 Coffee Break
14:45 Workshop: Technical Requirements & Architecture
  Learning objectives: To be able to derive technical requirements & architecture and to create a function net in the System FMEA
  Stephen Norton
15:45 Presentation: Failure Mode Analysis and Derivation of Technical Safety Requirements
  Learning objectives: To understand ...
 
  • ... how to use HAZOP keywords.
  • ... how the failure net is created (bottom-up).
  • ... how to define technical safety requirements.
Florian Obermeier, SANEON GmbH
16:15 Coffee Break
16:30 Workshop: Performing the Failure Mode Analysis
  Learning objectives: To be able to ...
 
  • ... assign failure modes in the FMEA.
  • ... create a failure net in the FMEA.
  • ... define technical safety requirements.
  Florian Obermeier
18:00 Evening Break
19:00 Social Get Together
  Keynote on Cyber-Security: Protecting Intellectual Property for High Performance Processing against Cyber-attacks
  Thorsten Lorenzen, Texas Instruments, Senior Field Applications Engineer
   
Thursday 
Day 3
   Moderator: Wolfgang Mickisch, FSC.automotive - Functional Safety Consulting
08:30 Presentation: Safety and Security Concept
  Learning objectives: To understand the systematics in defining appropriate safety measures and in designing the technical safety concept.
  Stephen Norton
09:00 Workshop: Implementing technical safety & security concept (Part I)
  Learning objectives: To be able to ...
 
  • ... select appropriate safety measures.
  • ... select appropriate security measures.
  • ... complete the technical safety and security concept.
  Stephen Norton
10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Workshop: Implementing technical safety & security concept (Part II)
  Stephen Norton
11:15 Presentation + Workshop: State-of-the-Art Dependent Failure Analysis (DFA) of Automotive Systems
  Learning objectives: To get an understanding of ...
  • ... the fundamental challenges posed by DFA of Automotive Systems.
  • ... the new DeFeAt methodology developed to meet those challenges.
  • ... how to work with DeFeAT in order to cover various aspects of dependent failures on system-, HW and SW level, including the aspects of freedom of interference.
Dr. Tomislav Lovric, ZF-TRW, Functional Safety Chief Assessor
12:15 Lunch
 13:00 Presentation: Benefits and Challenges of Semiconductor Solutions for ADAS functions
  Learning objectives: To get an understanding of the ...
  • ... the paradigm change for automotive semiconductor manufacturers fuelled by the efforts to implement ADAS and autonomous driving solutions in hardware.
  • ... the challenges for semiconductor manufactures in developing automotive solutions in locations (exposed to sun and high temperature deltas, humidity, EMI).
  • ... the need for and challenges in developing new safety architectures.
  Dr. Wilhard von Wendorff, IABG, Automotive Functional Safety Expert
14:00 Presentation: The Functional Safety Path to enable Multi-core Processors for Crossing Assist Applications
  Learning objectives: To get an understanding of semiconductor solutions for ADAS functions, their concepts and challenges
  Thorsten Lorenzen, Texas Instruments
15:00 Coffee Break
15:15

Workshop: Implementing Technical Safety & Security Concept (Part III)

Stephen Norton

16:45 Coffee Break
17:00 Keynote Presentation: Software Verification for Autonomous Driving

For ADAS, not to speak of autonomous driving, correct capturing and interpreting static and moving objects around the vehicle is absolutely crucial. Learning objectives: To get a compact overview and understanding of ...

  • ... algorithms representing image recognition through neuronal networks.
  • ... the challenges of verifying those algorithms.
  • ... crucial issues and state-of-the-art solutions.
  Adela Béres, formerly Thyssen-Krupp, Budapest
18:00 Evening Break
   
Friday
Day 4
  Moderator: Prof. Dr. Rolf Jung, University of Applied Sciences Kempten
 08:30 Presentation + Workshop: State-of-the-Art Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  Learning objectives: To be able to ...
 
  • ... adapt the FTA scope and level of details to project needs.
  • ... prepare the FTA appropriately in order to increase efficiency and quality.
  • ... set up a well-structured analysis process.
Florian Obermeier, SANEON GmbH
10:00 Coffee Break
 10:15 Parallel Sessions

  Private Consulting Workshops
for each Participant (optional)
Advanced Training Workshop
  For up to 90 minutes each participant will be individually and confidentially consulted on … Advanced studies and trainings for all participants in order ...
 
  • ... how to apply the skills acquired during the ISO 26262 workshop in his own work.
  • ... how to approach and possibly resolve project specific challenges.
  • Companies/participants are invited to prepare in advance issues to be dealt with during this session.
  • Prepared NDAs may be exchanged before, if necessary.
  • Note:
    Additional registration, but no additional fee
    required for this Private Workshop, see registration form.
Lecturers and highly experienced experts from industry and Functional Safety Consultancies.
  • ... to complete the Crossing Pilot safety case.
  • ... to advance and deepen the knowledge and skills acquired.
  • ... to raise any issue still open from previous sessions.
  • ... to increase familiarity with the tool and its complete range of features
 

Workshop with ISO 26262 Development Tool medini Analyze

Learning objectives: Get acquainted with the tool, learn all essential features for safety and security.

  Stephen Norton, Quint Safety GmbH

12:30 Lunch  
13:00 Summing up: Quo Vadis Functional Safety for ADAS?
  Prospects, trends and challenges  
  Prof. Rolf Jung, UAS Kempten, Chair for Functional Safety
13:30 Visiting the ADAC Testing Center in Landsberg am Lech
16:30 End of Conference