Case Study: Functional Safety from Driver Assistance to Automated Driving 

Development of advanced driver assistance systems Sensor Systems: From fail-safe to fail-operational Validation of sensor algorithms in regards of false-positives and falsenegatives The interface to Tier One – Solving the integration challenge between OEM and Tier One On the scope and structure of functional safety requirements in highly automated driving & challenges of safety inRead more

Case Study: Holistic Automotive Design process to drive Communication Security & Functional Safety

Today’s automotive industry is very much driven by the unprecedented challenge to design Autonomous & Electrified Vehicles. Being able to provide the needed documentation & evidence for homologation & certification results in a major focus on Functional Safety respectively ISO26262 driven design. In addition, the technical implementation of AV features is expected to result inRead more

(5) Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) Cafe: TIC for Safety Assurance of Automated Driving

How will the world of certification change in order to support novel trends like AI and dynamic collaboration of systems? Update cycles of safety standards are too slow wrt. to the fast technological innovation cycles How can and should the TIC industry support the assurance of dependability if dependability of an automated driving function dependsRead more

(3) Functional Safety Cafe: Functional Safety of AI in the Development of Autonomous Vehicles

Can we certify AI? How? And which methods should be used for certification? Should autonomous vehicles, developed with AI techniques, be required to hold their own driving licences? What level of traceability is possible with neural networks? How much real-time data and decision logs can we access? Can we really implement end-to-end learning? How muchRead more

(1) DATA CAFE: Challenges in Data Driven development for Level 5 Automated driving

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(2) Operational Safe Cafe: How can we demonstrate that an Autonomous Vehicle is Operational Safe?

Safety is fundamental for the deployment of autonomous vehicles. Operational safety means that the system will continue to operate for a determined length ot time despite some component failure or undexpected disturbances. It is different to the notion of fail-safe when a system once failure occurs. What could it be the strategy to develop OperationalRead more

Case Study: Safety in Cooperative Automated Systems

The talk motivates that merely considering functional safety is not sufficient for future cooperative automated systems. As additional dimensions, safety of the intended functionality as well as the engineering of a safe normal function must be considered. In addition, complex behaviors and the utilization of machine learning technology pose the need for novel safety measures.Read more

(5) Challenge Your Peers Session: Functional Safety for Level 4 automation – Requirements and Architectures for ML Systems

How safe do autonomous driving systems need to be, in order to gain social acceptance? What are the challenges in testing & validation of Level 4 algorithms? What can the end-to-end software/hardware/sensor architecture look like? What are the implications of machine learning for functional safety? What changes are needed in the development process in orderRead more

(2) Challenge Your Peers: Data Networks, sensors for autonomous driving, and development of cooperative safety applications in autonomous driving features – What are the challenges for safety & security?

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(1) Challenge Your Peers: Fail-Operational Vehicle Motion Control in Different Environments

How to improve decision making for motion control? How to ensure sufficient motion control in low-friction conditions?Read more

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