HOW TO’S – GUIDES – BEST PRACTICES
Featuring new technical guides, how-to’s and case studies for the application of ISO 26262 and best practice of functional safety .
We’ve been hosting informal digital get togethers, with old and new colleagues, industry contacts and really anyone who was up to sharing their views on translating the ISO 26262 into work products and processes. It has been quite interesting journey and while the community has been very keen in sharing solutions and lessons-learnt, they also […]
Updates from the H2020 Research Project FOCETA – Foundations for Continuous Engineering of Trustworthy Autonomy
Applications are increasingly being developed based on complex autonomous systems driven by artificial intelligence. As smart robots are starting to replace humans in complicated or dangerous tasks on the road, in industry, or hospitals, their safety, autonomy, and trustworthiness are the subjects of concern. This is due to the increasing complexity of deployments, especially those […]
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 […]
The Functional Safety Concept is a cornerstone of the ISO 26262 process. In practice the FSCs completed by many companies have weaknesses. In this presentation we will cover the full scope of what is required to produce a FSC in compliance with ISO 26262: 2018 and give insights on the core weaknesses seen. Using the ideas of the […]
ASIL is an attribute of the safety goal derived from the hazard analysis of the functionality an system. It’s then propagated through the associated requirements and, in some cases, also modified. But what are the rules behind? Do we need to assign the same ASIL to all elements part of a safety system? What are […]