English program of the seminar
Highly Automated Driving and Functional Safety (ISO26262)
Workshop led by Florian Bogenberger
including Dinner-Speech by Dr. Willibert Schleuter, former AUDI AG
Content of the Seminar
Autonomous Driving and Functional Safety according to ISO26262 does not mean anything less than a break in technology – a classic condition for “disruptive technologies”. Highest complexity and interconnection, latest technologies in combination with safety requirements up to ASIL-D result in a new class of challenge, which will be mastered only by the fittest. Survival demands adaptation – the “Change”.
Functional Safey is a Cross-Domain-Discipline –technology-wise but also economically and organizationally. We show what this means practically for the current topic of highly automated driving (HAF).
The seminar explains key terms and concepts at management level, shows ways and aspects beyond standard knowledge and reveals synergies to various other established key disciplines like requirement engineering, systems engineering, agile development, project management and team-leadership.
All this needs to be adjusted to the new conditions – the central topic “Change Management” – which will be presented in a refreshing, concrete and exciting dinner speech by Dr. Willibert Schleuter, one of the pioneers in this area.
The “Wave of Change” inevitably approaches – only who knows how to ride it can win.
Topics – Day 1
- Discruptive Technology: Functional Safety (FuSa) and Highly Automated Driving (HAF) – an Explosive Mixture
- Functional Safety: Motivation, Key Terms, Fundamental Concepts, Special Duties and Responsibilities
- Interfaces and Work Products of ISO26262
- Highly Automated Driving: Beyond the Borders of ISO26262
- Chances for Synergy: The Link from ISO26262 to other Disciplines
- Cross-Discipline: Iterative and Agile Development
- Dinner Speech: Change Management – Key to Master the next Break of Technology
Topics – Day 2
- DIA: Effective Interface-Management – Responsibility in a Complex Supply Chain
- Teaser-Topics & Discussion (Moderated Discussion)
- Process versus Technology
- Learning Systems, Neural Networks
- Automotive SPICE & ISO26262
- Re-Engineering versus FuSa
- Tools – Necessity or Excuse
- ISO16949/ISO2001 – sufficient for ISO26262?
- Leadership: Building up strong FuSa Team Players
- Classical Time Thieves: Chicken-and-Egg Problems and how to avoid them
- Maturity Model for ISO26262: Being faster with small Steps
- “Knowledge” – invisible Gold Nuggets in your Company
- Cross-Discipline – Requirements and Systems Engineering
- Outlook: 2nd Edition of ISO26262 – What does it mean for the Future Development?