Topic: Identifying and addressing new challenges in Automotive Safety by integrating ISO 26262 with SOTIF and Cyber Security
Date: 10th September 2020
Time: 1.30pm ICT
Duration: 1 Hour
Speaker: Dr. T. Chitra
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Functional Safety is one of the important topics in the Automotive Industry. It is thus imperative in the automotive supply chain to design products in compliance with ISO 26262. And while the industry is traversing towards maturity in conforming to ISO 26262, there have been challenges for addressing the safety of the intended function (SOTIF) in accordance with ISO 21448. In addition to this, hackers have also proved how the vehicle can be controlled remotely in a manner that is contrary to the driver's intention. This demands cyber security, addressed by ISO 21434, to also be a part of automotive safety. Given the present scenario, the industry applies an iterative approach with respect to SOTIF and cyber security, as it identifies new threats and unknown unsafe areas of the intended function. This may demand an update of the design even with the released product depending on the criticality of the failure effect.
In this complimentary webinar, TÜV SÜD’s expert will take the participants through a short presentation to discuss a possible approach to address functional safety, SOTIF and cyber security with the help of the released standards. This will be followed by a Q&A session wherein our expert will address your queries and concerns in this regard.
POINTS TO BE COVERED IN THE WEBINAR
- Introduction to Automotive functional safety
- Scope of Functional Safety with respect to ISO 26262 application
- Need for SOTIF application for the automotive functions
- Cyber security and functional safety
- Harmonization between ISO 26262, ISO 21448 and ISO 21434
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Managers and safety managers, system developers, sensor and component developers, quality representatives, test engineers and all who are concerned with developing innovative advanced driving assist systems (ADAS) and highly automated driving (HAD) functions aiming to implement their developments on the basis of the recognized international specification ISO/PAS 21448.
- Gain insights - about safety of the intended function (SOTIF) according to the available specification ISO 21448, automotive cyber security and functional safety ISO 26262
- Increase customer trust - by providing strategy for safe and security of products and proving that cyber security risks have been accurately assessed and well mitigated
- Gain a competitive edge - by working with an independent third-party service provider that has an international expert network in the domain of automotive