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4th International CTI Conference in USA

ISO 26262

CTI - Car Training Institute Conference22 to 24 June 2015, Detroit (MI), USA

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Early Bird discount: Register before 24 April 2015!
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ISO 26262 leaves plenty of room for interpretation and the conference will provide an opportunity for delegates to present and compare their own interpretations and concepts in the company of like-minded experts.

Experience the unique opportunity to discuss the upcoming changes for ISO 26262 with your peers. The change proposals could have an influence on the next version of the ISO standard.

KEY-NOTE


Nancy Leveson,
Professor of Aeronautics, Astronautics and Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA


CHAIRMAN


Prof Dr Dr h.c. Manfred Broy,
Chair Software & Systems Engineering, Department of Informatics, Technical University of Munich, Germany

EUROFORUM Annual Conference ISO 26262:

An important lesson we all could learn at the 6. Annual Conference ISO 26262 in Stuttgart is that most technical terms regarding ISO 26262 are far more complex than was originally thought. It is therefore important to sharply distinguish terms and definitions. Here is a brief dictionary that informs about the most important technical terms regarding ISO 26262:

  • Hazard: potential source of harm
  • Harm: physical injury or damage to the health of people
  • Fault: abnormal condition that can cause an element or an item to fail
  • Failure: termination of the ability of an element or an item to perform a function as required
  • Malfunctioning Behavior: failure or unintended behavior of the item with respect to the design intent for this item

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NEW!
24 June 2015

Interactive Workshop Day

Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (H&R) – Practical experiences in the ISO 26262 concept phase
Don´t miss the chance to strengthen your knowledge!


ADVISORY BOARD

LeiterBarbara J. Czerny, Ph. D., System Safety Specialist, FCA Group, USA
Dave Hartfelder, Senior Manager System Safety and ETC, General Motors Company, USA
Joseph D. Miller, Chief Engineer Systems Safety, TRW Automotive, USA
Kyle Post, Vehicle Systems Safety Supervisor, Ford Motor Company, USA

Padma Sundaram, Principal System Safety Engineer, General Motors Company, USA
Dr David Ward, Head of Functional Safety, MIRA Limited, Great Britain
Ö. Artagun Yesildere, Global Safety Coordinator & N. America Safety Leader, Powertrain Controls, Robert Bosch LLC, USA

MORE THAN 35 SPEAKERS

Best Practices from companies and institutes including

  • BOSCH
  • CONTINENTAL
  • Fiat Chrysler
  • Automobiles
  • FORD
  • GM
  • NHTSA
  • RICARDO
  • TRW
  • VOLKSWAGEN

10 reasons to justify your conference fee

  • Expand your own ISO 26262 knowledge, network, maintain and deepen existing business contacts with decision-makers from countries from all over the world.
  • Gain the tools to improve your job skills, for example, learn how ISO 26262 may be implemented into your components.
  • Listen to best practices of companies such as GM, Ford, TRW, FCA Group, Bosch, Volkswagen and Conti.
  • Take the opportunity to present change requests to the 2nd edition of the ISO 26262 and to have implicitly an impact on the next version of the standard.
  • Discuss your own issues with the NHTSA´s expert.
  • Find out the strengths and weaknesses of your current ISO 26262 policies by getting to know the models of other producers.
  • Reduce your risk by making your own assessment of ISO 26262.
  • Plan ahead by joining the presentations and discussing them.
  • Prepare for the worst by planning ahead for legal aspects of ISO 26262.
  • Increase your Return on Investment by saving your organization´s money and time – get your ISO 26262 policies and practices right the first time.
A good balance of technical and non-technical implementation guidelines.

Tracey Stanyer, ESG Automotive, Inc.