Munich, Germany, February 8th, 2022 — Dave Higham and Gareth Price, members of The 26262 Club organising committee, have been promoted to Vice President of Functional Safety at Codasip, and Director of Software Delivery & Assurance at Eatron Technologies, respectively.
For The 26262 Club, it is an absolute honour to count with Dave Higham and Gareth Price as part of our expert committee. We congratulate them on their achievements and wish them great success in their future roles!
About Dave Higham
In his new position, Dave Higham will bring to the table all his in-depth expertise in standards for functional safety and security to accelerate the application of Codasip’s RISC-V processor IP and Studio custom processor designer tools.
As the Codasip’s new Vice President of Functional Safety, Higham will directly support customers looking to develop groundbreaking innovations using Codasip’s tools and development platform, particularly within areas such as Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.
His expertise in the development of key industry specification ISO 26262 is of paramount importance, but his role is broader than that, reflecting how functional safety and security (such as ISO 21434) are key in many areas of technology.
About Gareth Price
Similarly, former Functional Safety Lead at Arrival, Gareth Price, has been appointed as new Director of Software Delivery & Assurance at Eatron Technologies —Price is also former Functional Safety Manager at both Protean Electric and McLaren Applied.
Gareth is the Director and Functional Safety Manager for automotive applications to ISO26262 and ASPICE. His specialties are Functional Safety, DO178B, ISO26262, System Design, Design Lifecycle, Embedded Software Design, Autosar, and ASPICE.
“I’m so excited to have joined Eatron, the calibre of the team and the desire to develop assured innovative AI features is a great recipe for success,” Price asserts.
“Every day brings new challenges to accomplish and demanding customers to satisfy, at Eatron it’s a pleasure to work in an environment of creativity and humility.”