June 11 - 14, 2018 | Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel, Ann Arbor, MI

Agenda Day 2

8:10 - 8:40 Registration, welcome coffee and snacks

8:40 - 8:50 Who is Who wall

Learn about your peers and discover who else is participating in the conference.

8:50 - 9:00 Welcome & opening address of the Conference Chairperson

Riccardo Mariani - Chief Functional Safety Technologist Intel
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Riccardo Mariani

Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Intel

9:00 - 9:40 Challenges in applying ISO 26262 to complex SoC

Riccardo Mariani - Chief Functional Safety Technologist Intel
• Evaluating in-context versus SEooC approach for semiconductors
• Different options to handle complex HW and SW: ASIL decomposition, qualification of SW components, evaluation of HW components

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Riccardo Mariani

Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Intel

9:40 - 10:20 Fault injection for image sensor use in ADAS systems: a case study

Chanthachith Souvanthong - Corporate Functional Safety Manager ON Semiconductor
• 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
• Integration of functional safety features into the
image sensors delivers key benefits but also represent a real challenge in:
- High coverage to meet ASIL B and ASIL C metrics beyond any practical post-processing techniques.
- Low latency of integrated safety mechanisms
- Unnecessary post-processing to attempt fault discovery through image analysis
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Chanthachith Souvanthong

Corporate Functional Safety Manager
ON Semiconductor

10:20 - 10:50 Speed networking and business chard exchange

10:50 - 11:30 Fault injection for semiconductor – Best practices

Ashish Vanjari - Systems Engineer (Functional Safety) Texas Instruments
• What is ‘necessary and sufficient’ fault injection for
semiconductor as per ISO26262?
• Cost vs benefits of fault injection
• Alternate techniques
• Trade-off between ‘Fault Injection’ vs ‘Engineering Judgement’
• When can we call it done?
• Best practices in fault injection for
• Accuracy, Completeness, Traceability
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Ashish Vanjari

Systems Engineer (Functional Safety)
Texas Instruments

11:30 - 12:10 A smart interconnect fabric for enabling advanced autonomous vehicle systems

Rajesh Ramanujam - Product Marketing Manager NetSpeed Systems
• Examine the system level requirements for autonomous vehicle SoC designs
• Explore the architectural challenges for next generation of autonomous transportation SoCs
• Understand the functional safety needs for these SoCs
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Rajesh Ramanujam

Product Marketing Manager
NetSpeed Systems

12:10 - 12:50 Expectations & requirements from a SoC developer to IP suppliers

Mathieu Blazy-Winning - Functional Safety Manager NXP Semiconductors
SEooC development process for IP
IP Assumptions of Use & Safety Mechanisms
Configurability of IP safety analysis

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Mathieu Blazy-Winning

Functional Safety Manager
NXP Semiconductors

12:50 - 13:40 Networking lunch

Join the conversation on intellectual property with our experts and address your questions about the use of IP in the 3rd edition.

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Gus Espinosa

Senior Principal Engineer, Lead Architect for Functional Safety
Intel Corporation

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Mathieu Blazy-Winning

Functional Safety Manager
NXP Semiconductors

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Antonio Priore

Senior Functional Safety Manager
ARM

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Simon Butler

CEO
Methodics Inc.

This session provides “lessons learned” regarding the ISO 26262 deliverables that Tier-1s and semiconductor vendors should expect from their suppliers. Practical advice is given regarding DIA and Safety Manual contents, as well as FMEDA expectations for configurable IP.

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Alexis Boutillier

Functional Safety Manager (FSM) and Corporate Application Manager
Arteris IP

15:00 - 15:40 Functional safety considerations in the design of highly configurable IPs

Antonio Priore - Senior Functional Safety Manager ARM
Arm is a global provider of HW and SW generic IPs whose applications span from Mobile to Embedded and Automotive. The presentation  will propose answers to challenges like:
The use of legacy products in the context of functional safety
DIA in the context of highly configurable, general purpose IP
Level of involvement of the IP provider in a distributed development framework

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Antonio Priore

Senior Functional Safety Manager
ARM

15:40 - 16:10 Coffee break and networking

16:10 - 16:50 Base Failure Rate and SOC Challenges for Functional Safety

Jyotika Athavale - Senior Staff Reliability Architect Intel
Functional Safety (FuSa) and in particular how to
achieve compliance to Soft Error Rate (SER) requirements is an important element to be successful in markets that require functional safety such as drones, robotics and automotive segments. The presentation will cover:
Defining Automotive FuSa SER Requirements
Optimizing AVF to improve Product SER
Combinational SER trends and assessment methodology

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Jyotika Athavale

Senior Staff Reliability Architect
Intel

16:50 - 17:00 End of conference day one and closing remarks of the Conference Chairperson

Riccardo Mariani - Chief Functional Safety Technologist Intel
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Riccardo Mariani

Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Intel

18:00 - 20:00 Evening event

Evening get-together
Enjoy a relaxing get-together with food and drinks for rounding up the first day of the conference. This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet the other attendees and make business contacts.