Start date: 20 May 2019
Duration: 3 Days
Location: Limerick Education Centre, Dooradoyle, Limerick
Certificate: Optional Exam for Industry Accreditation on day 4, 23 May, to be held at On Semi, Raheen Business Park
Cost: Members € 400 plus optional €300 for exam; Non-members € 600 + optional €450 for exam
Course code: N/A
This course covers Functional Safety Design of Electronic Systems for automotive applications according to the ISO 26262 International standard. It was held in May 2019. We will be holding a similar course in the future, so please contact us (see below) if you would like to be informed when the next course is scheduled.
Knowledge of automotive safety requirements, which impact on the design of automotive components. The optional exam on 23rd May provides the possibility of industry certification as ISO26262 Automotive Functional Safety engineer for those who pass the exam and have 3 years relevant functional safety work experience.
Who is the course for?
Developers, project leaders, quality managers who are engaged in the development of automotive safety-related systems based on the international standard ISO 26262.
International Functional Safety Standard ISO 26262
General methods and requirements
Consideration of life cycle aspects of safety-related systems and components
Requirements concerning Management of Functional Safety
Requirements for the evaluation/judgement of Functional Safety
Meaning of Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)
Definition of requirements according to the chosen ASIL
Consideration of faults and fault models
Definition of measures against faults
– Fault avoidance
– Fault detection and fault control
Consideration during design, development and production phase
– Safety requirement specification
– Verification and validation plan
– Examples of :
Hardware design and verification
Software design and verification
Model-based software design
Calculation of the probability of violation of the safety goal
– Derivation of Reliability Block Diagram for different systems
– Architectural metrics, diagnostic coverage, single point faults metric, latent faults
– Dependent failures, cascading failures, common cause failures
– Example calculation
Constraints and conditions for the phases
– Commissioning, implementation, operation, maintenance
Qualification of hardware components
Safety elements out of context (SEooC)
Mr. Stefan Goi, from TÜV Rheinland is a member of the German ISO 26262 National Committee (AK 32-08-01), as well as the HW and semiconductor subgroup (AK 32-08-03). Stefan is the Functional Safety Automotive Expert & Trainer at TÜV Rheinland Group. Stefan has 10 years previous work experience for Delphi Automotive Systems, mainly as a HW and system engineer.