From the beginning of the ISO 26262 journey, it has always been a challenge to define a proper safety concept for a semiconductor component developed as SEooC. More than that, exchanging the right and useful safety content with the system integrator is complex. Model Based System Engineering can bring great benefits to those two concerns and others. This session will explore those benefits and describe how to apply it through a practical use case with an EV domain controller.
About Franck Galtié:
Franck has over 23 years of experience in Semiconductor and Automotive System developments. Since 2017, Franck leads NXP’s functional safety for NXP covering both Automotive and Industrial verticals. He previously gained experience working for other Semiconductor manufacturers (STM, Freescale, Renesas) and Automotive System providers (Continental, Hella). He has a Ph.D in Engineering Sciences with a specialization in Semiconductor. Franck is located in NXP Toulouse, France.
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This presentation was prepared for The ISO 26262 Digital Conference, 24-25 March 2021.