PROGRAM

Important: All the times below are CET/GMT+1

Wednesday

24 March 2021

Our focus is on international benchmarking on the current
standardization ecosystem from ISO, BSI, IEEE, ASE, UL and international bodies.
Insights from key contributors. Understand the role of ISO 26262 within this intertwined ecosystem

12:00 – 12:10

Launch and Welcome remarks

12:10 – 12:30

Session 1: Face2face Community Meetings

Reconnect with old friends and get to know the broader ISO 26262 Community.
Have your camera ready for a facilitated networking session in small groups.
There will be 2 rounds of speed networking.

Meet the Nordics

Hakan Sivencrona, Safety Officer, Zenseact

Rolf Johansson, Safety Expert, Astus AB

Meet the Semi’s

Riccardo Vincelli, Director of the Functional Safety Competence Centre, Renesas

Chanthachith Souvanthong, Corporate Functional Safety Manager, ON
Semiconductor

Meet the UK’s

Dave Higham, Principal Functional Safety Engineer, Imagination Tech

Meet the Hardware Community

Meet the Software Community

Prof. Dr. Kai Höfig, Siemens AG, Technical University of Rosenheim

Prof. Dr. Stefan Leue, Software and Systems Engineering, University of Konstanz

Meet the EV crowd

Meet the AD crowd

Meet the Security crowd

12:30 – 13:55

Session 2: Cross-Industry Lessons Learnt

An overview of cross industry AI challenges shared with automotive

Opening Remarks by
(12:30-12:40)

Dr. Roger Rivett, Independent System Safety Specialist

Insights, learning, and pitfalls associated with autonomy from other industries
(12:40 – 13:05)

Prof. John McDermid, Professor, York University

FOCETA – Foundations for Continuous Engineering of Trustworthy Autonomy
(13:05 – 13:30)

Chih-Hong Cheng, Technical Manager – Safety Technologies, Denso

Influence of ISO 26262 across industry sectors
(13:30 – 13:55)

Ireri Ibarra, Global Head of Functional Safety, Dana Inc

13:55 – 14:10

Short Break

14:10 – 16:20

Session 3: Updates from the International Working Groups of Standards

Navigating through the Complex Safety Standards Ecosystem: An overview of the
current activities and development roadmaps of the most important safety
standards

Opening Remarks by
(14:10 – 14:15)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Leue Software and Systems Engineering, University of Konstanz

ISO TS 5083 – Safety and Cybersecurity for Automated Driving System
(14:15 – 14:40)

Simon Fürst, Strategy, Cooperations, Processes – Cooperation Management
Automated Driving, BMW Group

AV Safety Standards Frameworks: How UL 4600, ISO 21448 (SOTIF) and ISO
26262 can work together to build a safety case
(14:40 – 15:00)

Nicholas Alexiades,Engineering Manager, UL Functional Safety

The Billion Mile Problem: Validating Highly Autonomous Vehicles
(15:00 – 15:30)

Moderator:
Gareth Price
, Functional Safety Manager, McLaren Applied

Panelists:
Rolf Johansson, Safety Expert, Astus AB 

Nicholas Alexiades,Engineering Manager, UL Functional Safety

Siddartha Khastgir
, Head of Verification & Validation, Intelligent Vehicles,
WMG, University of Warwick

The latest activities related to SOTIF, interconnecting with the 3rd edition of ISO
26262 and standards for Machine Learning/Neural Networks
(15:30 – 15:50)

Mark Costin, Functional Safety Engineer, NVIDIA 
Alexander Mirmilstein, Safety Engineer, NVIDIA

The 26262 Re-emergence
(15:50 – 16:20)

Moderator:
Dave Higham, Principal Functional Safety Engineer, Imagination
Technologies

Panelists: 
Dr. Pierre Metz, Global Lead Functional Safety, and Lead Expert
Automotive SPICE, Brose Group

Dr. David Ward, Senior Technical Manager, Functional Safety at HORIBA
MIRA Ltd 

Mark H. Costin, Ph.D., Distinguished Functional Safety Engineer, NVIDIA
Corporation

16:20 – 16:30

Short Break

16:30 – 17:50

Session 4: HOW-To’s Work Groups

Please select two groups you would like to join. All content from all groups will be
available after the event. The structure of the working group will be a
presentation followed by example/case-study/discussion. More groups will be
announced in the coming days

WG 1: Safety case: Safety Argumentation Structure for AD
(16:30 – 17:05)

Rolf Johansson, Safety Expert, Astus AB

WG 2: ASIL: How to allocate, how to mix, what to consider
(16:20 – 17:05)

Riccardo Vincelli, Director of the Functional Safety Competence Centre, Renesas

WG 3: ASIL: The benefits of system modeling for Functional Safety – example of a EV domain controller
(16:30 – 17:10)

FrancGaltié, Director Automotive Functional Safety, NXP

WG 4: FS Concept: Common weaknesses in producing a Functional Safety Concept and how to avoid them
(17:10 – 17:50)

Mark Cousen, Independent

WG 5: ASIL: STPA workshop
(17:10 – 17:50)

Siddartha Khastgir, Head of Verification & Validation, Intelligent Vehicles
Dave Higham, Principal Functional Safety Engineer, Imagination Technologies

WG 6: What Does Security Prove? How the Security You Choose Affects Functional
Safety

(17:10 – 17:50)

Peter Davies, Technical Director, Thales – AESIN

17:50 – 18:00

Summary from the Working groups

Summary of the day

Thursday

25 March 2021

Best practices for ISO 26262 implementation. This day is focus on key case
studies for implementing challenging aspects of the standard in your day to day
activities. Please join us ready with your questions to our key experts

12:00 – 12:10

Welcome back 

Summary of the past day activities by

Dr. Tomislav Lovric,
Chief Engineer ZF Corporate System Safety, ZF Group – Innovation and Technology

12:10 – 13:25

Session 5: System Safety

Safety of electronic control systems – Future challenges for a traditional OEM
(12:10 – 12:35)

David Blackburn, Technical Expert – Functional Safety, Bentley Motors

A vehicle control model and method for analysing automated driving hazards
and hazard causes when control is shared:
– A conceptual vehicle control model for visualising shared control
– Analysing shared control using an approach based on STPA
– …and does it work?
(12:35 – 13:00)

Helen Monkhouse, Chief Engineer, Functional Safety, Horiba Mira

Coming Soon
(13:00 – 13:25)

13:25 – 14:20

Session 6: Toolset

Opening remarks by session chair
(13:25 – 13:30)

Integrated toolset for HW safety analyses leading to savings and higher quality
(13:30 – 13:55)

Günter Gäbelein, Safety Assessor, ZF Group

Qualification of Tools, Libraries and Software
(13:55 – 14:20)

Dr. Oscar Slotosch, CEO, Validas

14:20 – 14:35

Short Break

14:35 – 15:55

Session 7: ADAS V&V

Opening Remarks by
(14:35 – 14:40)

Prof. Dr. Kai HöfigSiemens AG, Technical University of Rosenheim

Unknown Uknowns – Validating simulation environment with real data
(14:40 – 15:05)

Dr. Stefan Alexander Schneider, Professor, Hochschule Kempten

Case Study: Functional Safety Considerations for Global Shutter Sensor in the
Driver Monitor System
(15:05 – 15:30)

Dr. Amir Klug, Senior Technical Marketing Manager, STMicroelectronics

Coming soon
(15:30 – 15:55)

15:55 – 16:10

Short Break

16:10 – 17:30

Session 8: HOW-To’s Work Groups

Please select two groups you would like to join. All content from all groups will be
available after the event. The structure of the working group will be a
presentation followed by example/case-study/discussion. More groups will be
announced in the coming days

WG 1: FuSa in Autonomous Driving Systems context
(16:10 – 16:50)

Hakan Sivencrona, Safety Officer, Zenseact

WG 2: Updates from the IEEE P2851, Exchange/Interoperability Format for Safety
Analysis and Safety Verification of IP, SoC and Mixed Signal Ics work group

(16:10 – 16:50)

Chanthachith Souvanthong, Corporate Functional Safety Manager, ON Semiconductor

WG 3: TBA
(16:10 – 16:50)

WG 4: TBA
(16:50 – 17:30)

WG 5: TBA
(16:50 – 17:30)

WG 6: TBA
(16:50 – 17:30)

17:30

Summary from the Working groups

Open discussion and questions

What you should expect

While we are getting ourselves ready for this event, you should expect the following elements:

face2face networking session: Connect with old colleagues and make new acquaintances within small group video calls. Closer to the event you will have the opportunity to select the groups you would like to meet including “Meet the Nordic community”, Meet the DACH community”, “Meet the UK community” or “Meet the HW community”, “Meet the SW community”, “Meet the semiconductor community” “Meet the System Engineers” “Meet the Cyber Security Crowd”. the exact groups will be defined in a closer date to the event.

sessions: Each session will tackle a theme topic by a combination of keynote presentation from invited speakers and presentations of accepted papers. There will be opportunity for Q&A at end of each session

work groups: Work groups are smaller groups led by an industry expert in an in depth case study and discussion format. Participants will have the opportunity to register for individual work groups well in advance. Work groups will be divided into Expert Talks and Beginners Safe Spaces. Topics will include methods and processes, tools, explanations of specific Parts as well as tackling specific technologies, e.g. group for sensors for AI, safety for ML, powertrain electrification and more. the exact groups will be defined in a closer date to the event.