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How to achieve ISO26262 ASIL-B/C/D

This 2-day seminar covers a hot topic in today's safety-critical industry – that of ISO26262 safety levels and how this affects real-world projects.

  • What is required to actually achieve the various ASIL levels?
  • How will this affect my project?
  • How do I ensure I get certification at the end of my project?

The seminar will go through what is actually required to achieve the various Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL) in the real world, how these map to real projects and how to get it all certified at the end of it!

Within the next few years, it will be compulsory for all automotive electronic management systems to have been developed to ISO26262 processes.  Experience has shown that it typically takes 2-3 years for a company to plan, implement and adopt a true ISO26262 system, which means that if you are in this market and you haven't started already - you will already be late! 

What will be covered?

Day 1: All-day seminar looking at how ISO26262 safety levels affect real-world projects (9.30 - 5.00)

The first day of the seminar is targeted at anyone who needs, or thinks they might need, to design a safety-critical system to ISO26262 processes and/or to a particular ASIL standard.  This maps closely (but not identically) to the IEC61508 standards, up to SIL-3.  The intention is to put the standards into perspective in the real world and relate them to real projects, including what is actually realistic to achieve and how to determine which safety integrity level is actually required.

This means the seminar is relevant for all engineers and program managers who need to understand the impact on current and future projects.

  • Brief introduction to ISO26262
    • What exactly is an ASIL?
  • Mapping an application to ASILs
  • Hardware methods used to achieve an ASIL
  • The software perspective
  • Using ISO26262 in the real world:
    • What can I re-use and what is already available?
    • Certification: Who does what?

Day 2: Half-day focus on what is actually required in the real world, targeted at a management level (9.30 - 1.00)

The second day is an introduction for anyone who want to gain an understanding of what is involved in managing, engineering or producing a safety-critical system to the ISO26262 automotive functional safety standard. This new automotive standard maps closely (but not identically) to the IEC61508 standards, up to SIL-3.  The intention is to introduce the standards into by means of easy to comprehend examples using real world projects, and case studies. It will introduce the fundamental concepts and critical terminology, as well as outlining what is realistic to achieve and how to determine which safety integrity level is actually required.

This means the seminar is relevant for all levels of management and support staff who need to understand the impact of ISO26262 on current and future projects.

  • Brief introduction to ISO26262
  • What exactly is an ASIL?
  • What can I re-use and what is already available?
    • Certification: Who does what?
  • Mapping an application to ASILs
  • The software perspective

When, where and how much?

Dates:
Please contact us to arrange a suitable date

Costs:
The workshop costs £95 + VAT per person which includes lunch and all refreshments.

Travel:
Travel information and directions download.

Venue:
Unless otherwise stated, the course is held at our UK offices:

Hitex UK Office
Millburn Hill Road
University of Warwick Science Park
Coventry
CV4 7HS

This course can also be run at your site for team training purposes

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