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6th International CTI Conference

ISO 26262 USA

CTI - Car Training Institute ConferenceJune 26 to 28, 2017, Rochester, Detroit area (MI), USA


6th International CTI Conference in USA

ISO 26262

26 to 28 June 2017, Royal Park Hotel Rochester, Detroit area (MI), USA


Do you want to be a part of this expert meeting?

We are looking for your experience and expertise in automotive diagnostics. We are asking for you to share your time and talent to give a presentation at this international conference in regards to state-of-the-art and innovative technology and concepts.

Send us your topic proposals latest until 20 December, 2016. Click here to get the interactive PDF file or send me an E-Mail: Elke Schneider

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>> Download: Call for Papers – Information sheet for
interested experts

International standard for the development of safety-related automotive systems
International exchange on functional safety in the automotive industry


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


Barbara J. Czerny, Senior Technical Specialist Safety and Cybersecurity, ZF TRW, USA
Dave Hartfelder, Senior Manager Functional Safety-Electronics, 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, UK
Ö. Artagun Yesildere,Manager Software Engineering Services & Global Safety Coordinator Powertrain Controls - Robert Bosch LLC, USA


The aim of the CTI Conference ISO 26262 is to present the fundamental aspects and initial implementations of the standard at all ASIL stages. This will focus particularly on:

  • Methodical approach to ISO 26262
  • Successful implementation of ISO 26262 in practice
  • Identified challenges to the introduction and implementation of ISO 26262
  • ‘Lessons learned’ (dos and don’ts) in the application of ISO 26262
  • Parallel implementation of ISO 26262 and other standards
  • Questions that ISO 26262 has still not addressed
  • Fail operational systems
  • Automated/Autonomous driving
  • Synergies between ISO 26262 and Automotive Security
  • Safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF)/nominal performance

Field reports are also welcome from other sectors that already have specific standards on functional safety, such as medical technology and avionics.