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(4) Fail Operational Café: Fail operational E/E system concepts for future application in ADAS and autonomous driving

Can architectures following 1oo2D pattern be a way forward in design of fail-operational systems? Can traditional vehicle be converted into fail-operational vehicles via re-design / re-mapping of components? What are the common failures including different domains such as Communication domain, Hardware/Software, Signal fusion and Reliable Power supply? What are the shortcoming of ISO26262 to supportRead more

Case Study: Deployment within the Automated Driving Eco-System

How to Develop & Validate? How to Release & Monitor? How to Maintain & Improve?Read more

Case Study – Developing an Assurance Case Argument for Highly Automated Vehicles

There is no single standard the adequately addresses the risk associated with using highly automated vehicles There is therefore a need for the developers of such vehicles to provide an argument for why they believe their vehicles are acceptably safe MISRA are developing a set of guidelines for the development of automotive safety case argumentsRead 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

(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

(4) Challenge Your Peers: Challenges and Opportunities for Semiconductor support for fail-operational automotive systems

How much is Availability and Reliability the result of quality in development process and production? Which kind of redundancy do we need against systematic failures of redundant components and systems? How can we re-use existing well working components and systems for fail-operational automotive systems? What graceful degradation scenarios do you foresee? (What is the strategyRead more

Case Study – Building automotive security from the inside out

Many cybersecurity techniques focus on securing the perimeter of critical computer systems, and recovering in the event of failure. In this talk we’ll take a new perspective on building safe and secure systems. Take a holistic view of cybersecurity for automotive systems from the bottom up. Put a new spin on “defense in depth” forRead more

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