Our Program

September 24 - 25, 2019 - Berlin, Germany

 
 

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

8:25 - WELCOME

Welcome note from Dr. Klaudia Malowitz, Co-Founder, Intrepid Delta and John Birch, Chief Engineer Functional Safety, HORIBA MIRA

8:30 - talk

Walking in the automated driving standardization forest with Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional Safety Technologist, Intel

9:10 - talk

SOTIF In Context of Automated Driving with Mohamed Abbaz, Functional Safety -Cyber Security Metier Manager, Valeo

9:50 - Coffee Break

10:20 - Talk

Interfacing ISO 26262 and SOTIF with Gaurav Bali, Functional Safety Consultant, Horiba Mira

11:00 - Talk

An Architecture for Autonomous Driving with Chris Tubbs, Business Development, Director EMEA, Green Hills Software

11:40 - Talk

Challenges going from the ADAS paradigm to the HAD paradigm with Hakan Sivencrona, Safety Program Manager, Zenuity

12:20 - Lunch Break

13:20 - 15:30 - Round table SESSIONs

  1. Contribution of Simulation for the Realisation of AD Systems

  2. Sense-Plan-Act: Dealing with the probability of hazards in the planning phase in order to increase safety and driver acceptance

  3. Challenges going from the ADAS paradigm to the HAD paradigm

  4. Challenges with regards to the integration of SOTIF and ISO 26262

15:30 - COFFEE BREAK

16:00 - SUMMARY OF THE Round table SESSIONS

What are the main findings of the round tables? Every moderator presents the results of his/her discussion

16:30 - talk

How to guarantee safety of decision-making algorithms for Autonomous Driving? with Mario Torres, CEO, IVEX - Intelligent Vehicle Technology

17:10 - Talk

On the impact of architectural levels on HARA and FSC development with Dr. Wolfgang Freese, Global Manager Functional Safety, APTIV

17:50 - Talk

Introduction to Software SEooCs (Safety Elements out of Context acc to ISO 26262) with Dave Hughes, CEO, HCC-Embedded

19:00 - NETWORKING DINNER

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

8:25 - WELCOME 

Welcome note from Dr. Klaudia Malowitz, Co-Founder, Intrepid Delta and Dr. Wolfgang Freese, Global Manager Functional Safety, APTIV

8:30 - Talk

How to achieve safely using AI and ML methods in automotive architectures

9:10 - Talk

Safety and security with Joseph Kristofik, Director Functional Safety and CyberSecurity Management, Veoneer

9:50 - talk

Enabling Linux In Safety Applications with Lukas Bulwahn, Software Expert/Functional Safety Expert, BMW Car IT GmbH

10:30 - Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30 - Round Table Sessions

  1. Safety by Security with Joseph Kristofik, Director Functional Safety and CyberSecurity Management, Veoneer

  2. Safety Verification of Pre-existing Software with Lukas Bulwahn, Software Expert/Functional Safety Expert, BMW Car IT GmbH

  3. Safe products - achievement of standard compliance versus real world safety integrity

  4. How to assure ISO26262 compliance, e.g. redundancy - sensor level, network, actuators

12:30 - LUNCH BREAK

13:30 - SUMMARY OF THE Round table SESSIONS

What are the main findings of the round tables? Every moderator presents the results of his/her discussion

13:50 - Talk

Approach for agile development of assurance case for autonomous vehicles with Tillmann Ochs, Safety Engineer, AID

14:30 – Talk

ISO 26262 compliant embedded software development through the model based safety software development life cycle with Demetrio Cortese, Manager Product Engineering, Embedded Software Development, FPT Industrial

15:30 - coffee break

16:00 - talk

Safety and fail-operational challenges and chances in designing automotive SoCs in a sensor-processing centralized ADAS Architecture

16:40 - talk

HW Safety Requirements - How to define HW Safety Requirements

17:20 - end of conference