Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Integration Workshop by Tonex
The Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Integration Workshop is a specialized training program that explores the synergy between SOTIF processes (based on ISO 21448) and ADAS development. This workshop provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to create and improve ADAS systems while addressing both intended and unintended functionality to ensure functional safety in driving scenarios. It emphasizes the process of defining and mitigating risks through SOTIF scenarios, enabling participants to develop trustworthy and cost-effective ADAS solutions.
Upon completing the workshop, participants should be able to:
- Understand the principles and importance of SOTIF and ADAS integration.
- Define and categorize risks associated with ADAS systems using SOTIF processes.
- Develop an understanding of what “functionally safe” means in various driving scenarios.
- Build ADAS systems designed to achieve functional safety criteria defined in SOTIF.
- Evaluate ADAS systems through comprehensive simulation-based testing or real-world deployment.
- Measure the accuracy and effectiveness of ADAS systems using SOTIF metrics.
- Implement an iterative process to achieve full functional safety in ADAS systems.
This workshop is suitable for professionals involved in ADAS development, automotive engineering, functional safety, and those interested in understanding the integration of SOTIF and ADAS, including:
- Automotive engineers and developers.
- Functional safety engineers.
- ADAS project managers and team leads.
- Quality assurance and testing professionals.
- Automotive industry professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of SOTIF and ADAS integration.
Introduction to SOTIF and ADAS Integration
- Welcome and Workshop Overview
- Understanding SOTIF and Its Relationship with ADAS
- Key Concepts in Functional Safety and Risk Mitigation
Defining Risks and SOTIF Scenarios
- Identifying and Prioritizing Risks in ADAS Development
- Known Safe, Unknown Safe, Known Unsafe, and Unknown Unsafe Categories
- Creating SOTIF Scenarios to Address Identified Risks
Establishing the Development Environment
- Utilizing Standards and Support Systems
- Maintaining Process Discipline
- Defining System Objectives and Assessment Criteria
ADAS System Design and Deployment
- Building ADAS Systems to Achieve Functional Safety Criteria
- Simulation-Based Testing vs. Real-World Deployment
- Measuring Accuracy and Effectiveness Using SOTIF Metrics
Continuous Improvement and Compliance
- Implementing an Iterative Process for Functional Safety
- Evaluating, Adjusting, and Repeating the SOTIF and ADAS Integration Process
- Workshop Conclusion and Certificates
Throughout the workshop, participants will engage in practical exercises, interactive discussions, and real-world case studies to reinforce their understanding of SOTIF and ADAS integration. The workshop will emphasize the importance of systematic risk identification and mitigation to create reliable and safe ADAS solutions.