"I am excited to have all the experts on semiconductor FuSa joining this conference with me as it will be a unique opportunity to spread out knowledge and having exclusive insights on that very hot and important topic. The continuous progress on ADAS and autonomous cars brings great opportunities. However, at the same time the complexity of H/W and S/W elements involved in those architectures is exponentially growing, causing new technical challenges and liability concerns. This is the reason why Functional Safety (FuSa) is so important because it addresses those concerns by a combination of requirements, guidelines, techniques and methodologies. Starting from the work done in ISO/PAS 19451-1, the 2nd edition of ISO 26262 is adding an important focus to semiconductors with a dedicated part (ISO 26262-11) on 'Guideline on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors"
As part of Automotive IQ’s Safety and Security Series, this conference will tackle safety challenges of the semiconductor by
- Sharing the latest updates on ISO/DIS 26262:11 for competitive edge in functional safety
- How to perform an FMEDA on a semiconductor: Get a greater understanding of failure modes, effects, and diagnostic coverages. Learn how to defend engineering judgment used.
- Base failure rate and SoC challenges for functional safety
- Addressing confidence issues in the use of software tools specifically designed for semiconductors challenges
- Analysing fault injection tools to support safety analysis
Functional Safety Manager
Sensata Technologies Inc.
Senior Staff Reliability Architect
Functional Safety Architect
Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Functional Safety
Renesas Electronics America Inc.
Corporate Functional Safety Manager
Functional Safety Engineering Manager
Senior Functional Safety Manager
Global Reliability Engineering Leader
Senior Principal Engineer, Lead Architect for Functional Safety
Functional Safety Manager
Product Manager, Cyber Security Center of Competence for Functional Safety & Cyber Security
SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH
Systems Engineer (Functional Safety)
Product Marketing Manager
Director, Functional Safety Connected Car Global
Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Learn from case studies - some of which include:
Fault injection for image sensor use in ADAS systems: a case study
The increase of active safety and automation in road vehicles require image sensors to become compliant with ISO 26262. Safety measures must now be designed into the image sensors products and development processes in order to meet these new demands.
Functional safety applied to semiconductors: an overview of techniques and challenges for the mitigation of random hardware failures
When referring to functional safety applied to semiconductors for automotive applications, usually the first solutions coming in mind to address random faults are those with highest effectiveness. Find the solutions, see the relationship to each other and to an SoC development average constraints.
Applying ISO 26262 in the context of SoC design
An exploration of the impact of semiconductor failure on application, using examples from vehicle traction.