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ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety

ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety Course Description

ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety helps you provide the requirements for ISO 26262 and be prepared for the release of ISO 26262. We will teach you how to develop your internal ISO 26262 , implement it, and audit your company’s performance internally.

ISO 26262 is a Functional Safety guideline, which is presently ongoing, known as “Road vehicles — Functional Safety”. It was issued to consider the difficulty of safety-relevant electrical and electronic (E/E) systems. However, it has challenging and difficult specifications hard to understand and implement.

ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety

ISO 26262 is an alteration of the Functional Safety standard IEC 61508 for the particulars of Automotive Electric/Electronic Systems. It is applied in the associated Safety Related Systems that contain one or more E/E systems that are installed in manufacturing passenger cars showing the mass weight up to 3,500 kg.

ISO 26262 is a guideline, modified from the Functional Safety Standard IEC 61508 for Automotive Electric / Electronic Systems, established because of significant increase of software incorporation into automotive systems and the likelihood of disastrous flaws. Electronic Systems and software incorporation are a mainly target of ISO 26262. The standard tries to consider failures, which are exclusive, cascading or usual origin in nature. To achieve this, ISO 26262 executes a process to make sure safety in the design of Electronic Systems incorporated into automotive uses.

Learn About:

  • H&R / HARA: Hazard analysis and risk assessment
  • FMEA: Failure mode and effects analysis
  • FTA: Fault tree analysis
  • ISO 26262 hardware architectural metrics
  • ISO 26262 software design, implementation, and safety
  • ISO 26262 functional safety management
  • Analysis of safety goal violations because of random hardware failures
  • DFA: Dependent failure analysis
  • DRBFM: Design review by failure modes

TONEX ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety focuses on the parts of ISO 26262 associated with safety (Part 2, Part 4, and Part 6). However, a comprehensive training, including all parts of the ISO 26262 is provided in the Automotive Functional Safety ISO 26262 Training Bootcamp.

TONEX ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety is a combination of interactive lectures and practical activities, including labs, group activities, and hands-on workshops. You are encouraged to bring your organizational project to work on, or you can simply use the real-world case studies provided by our instructors.

Audience

ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety is a 2-day course designed for:

  • System engineers
  • Software engineers
  • Hardware engineers
  • Managers
  • All individuals involved in creating and executing the systems, software and hardware in a motor vehicle.

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety, the attendees are able to:

  • Understand the automotive safety
  • Adjust the required actions through the lifecycle stages
  • Understand all the functional safety perspectives of the whole development process
  • Implement all the aspects of the functional safety development process
  • Understand and execute automotive-specific risk assessments (Automotive Safety Integrity Levels, ASILs)
  • Apply ASILs to identify the item’s required safety criteria to reach a satisfactory residual risk
  • Deliver specifications for verifying and validating techniques to guarantee an adequate level of safety is being reached
  • Understand ISO 26262 requirements
  • Discuss the functional safety issues in automotive development
  • Comprehend the official safety management procedures and the suggested processes to support such
  • Execute risk analysis
  • Understand the functional safety notion
  • Understand technical safety notions and associated system design
  • Develop safety-based hardware and software
  • Develop and execute a practical method to safety analysis

Course Outline

Overview of ISO 26262

  • Origin of ISO 26262
  • ISO 26262 terminology
  • ISO 26262 requirements
  • ISO 26262 applications
  • ISO 26262 life cycle

ISO 26262 Life Cycle

  • Management
  • Development
  • Production
  • Operation
  • Service
  • Decommissioning

 ISO 26262 Parts

  • Vocabulary
  • Functional safety management
  • Concept stage
  • Product development: System level
  • Product development: Hardware level
  • Product development: Software level
  • Production and operation
  • Supporting processes
  • ASIL-based and Safety-based assessment
  • Guidelines on ISO 26262

IEC 61508 Comparison 

  • Part 1: General requirements
  • Part 2: Requirements for electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-associated systems
  • Part 3: Software specifications
  • Part 4: Definition and abbreviations
  • Part 5: Techniques for the identification of safety integrity levels
  • Part 6: Guidelines on the parts 2 and 3 applications
  • Part 7: Overview of methods and measures

Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL)

  • ASILs mitigating risk methods
  • ASIL levels A-D, with D being the most demanding
  • Hazard risk assessment
    • Exposure
    • Severity
    • Controllability

Part 2: Management of Functional Safety

  • Planning, coordinating, and documenting actions
  • Functional safety management lifecycle implementation
  • Safety management after Start of Production (SOP)
  • Safety management during development

Functional Safety Management Verification

  • Confirmation review
  • Functional safety audit
  • Functional safety analysis
  • Confirmation measures requirements

Part 4: Product Development – System Level

  • Technical Safety Requirements
  • System Design
  • Item incorporation and testing
  • Safety validation
  • Functional safety evaluation
  • Release for manufacturing

Validation Process Components

  • The construction and structure of the item
  • The description of test cases
  • The acceptance requirements
  • The necessary environmental conditions

Release for Production Documentation

  • Name and signature of the individual accountable for release
  • Version(s) of the released piece
  • Configuration of the released part
  • References to relevant documents
  • The date of release

Part 6: Product Development – Software Level

  • Product development at software level
  • Modeling and coding procedures
  • Software safety requirements specification
  • Software safety requirements verification
  • Software design
  • Structural design verification
  • Design and execution of software unit
  • Software unit evaluation
  • Test case requirements
  • Test case configuration measures
  • Software integration
  • Software safety requirements verification

How to Integrate Software Tools In ISO 26262

  • V model
  • Coding standard enforcement
  • Cyclomatic complexity
  • Software structural design
  • Data and control flow
  • Software unit examination
  • Unit test case execution
  • Coverage assessment
  • Traceability matrices
  • Software lifecycle traceability

 

ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety

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