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Hardware Development acc. to ISO26262 and Quantitative Evaluation
Who should attend
- Hardware Project Leaders
- Development Engineers (System, Hardware)
- Safety Managers
- Hardware Quality Responsibles
Duration: 1.5 days
Language: German or English, training material will be in English.
Scheduled courses - Register here:
- ISO 26262 lifecycle approach: Product Lifecycle and process requirements
- Where is hardware development in the process model?
- What are inputs to hardware development?
- Technical Safety Concept
- Safety Architecture and Architectural Elements
- Safety Functions and Safety Integrity Function
- exemplification: typical solutions detailed in a technical safety concept
- Requirements allocation to system and subsystems e.g. by using ASIL Decomposition
- exemplification: ASIL Decomposition example
- Requirements allocation on HW & SW
- System Safety FMEA and FTA: Planning the Safety Details
- Hardware Development (ISO 26262 - Part 5)
- HW Architecture Evaluation
- Requirements for the Evaluation: Metrics for Safety Goal Violation
- Fault models, failure rates and target values
- Presentation of the probabilistic approach
- qualitative approach with a semi probabilistic argumentation
- How to evaluate the metric for "Safety Goal Violation"
- exemplification: calculation via FTA based on the results of the quantitative FMEDA
- How to evaluate the metrics SPFM and LFM
- exemplification: exida FMEDA approach for metric calculation
- New to the ISO 26262: Cooperation with the software team
- Hardware-software-Interface Specification HIS
- ASICs in the scope of the ISO 26262
- Communication channels and their evaluation
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