IET Safety Assessments Seminar (image)

30 September 2015 | IET Birmingham: Austin Court

About the seminar


The automotive industry has seen significant changes with products becoming more advanced and technology increasingly complex.

With the increased uptake of hybrid and electric vehicles and the adoption of autonomous systems there are more failure modes to consider and a new edition of the standard is being produced.

Three years since the introduction of ISO 26262, approaches to the standard’s policies and practices across the automotive sector have been tested and proved and there are now accepted approaches on how to address the issues.

By attending this seminar you will explore and discover the requirements for the standard and how to apply it successfully to your business operations through lessons learned and real examples.


Benefits of attending

  • Expand your knowledge and learn from ISO 26262 best practice case studies in order to make your own assessments
  • Ensure your automotive innovations comply with the updated ISO 26262 standard
  • Learn about the legal frameworks developed to support ISO 26262
  • Understand the requirements for driverless vehicles
  • Learn about automotive security and its relationship to functional safety
  • Consider the application of ISO 26262 to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • Learn how ISO 26262 is being used within electric vehicles


Who should attend?

This seminar will be of interest to all those involved with functional safety for automotive equipment through the road vehicle supply chain including:

  • Systems Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Electronic Systems Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Lead Engineer
  • Applications Engineer
  • Consultants
  • Hardware Engineer
  • Safety & Reliability Analyst
  • Control Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Mechatronics Engineer
  • Validators

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