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Semiconductor IC and IP Development according to ISO 26262

Who should attend 

  • Project Managers

  • Safety Managers

  • Concept Engineers

  • Design and Verification Engineers (Hardware, System)

  • Application and Field Application Engineers

  • Quality managers

  • Project Team and Automotive Business Group Leaders

Duration: 4 days (or in-house, jointly agreed, please contact us for more information).

At the end of the 4th day there is a possibility to do the FSP exam. This test is optional and free of charge.

Language: Depending on the participantsthe training will be given in German or English. The training material will be in English.

Location: exida.com GmbH office

Prof.-Messerschmitt-Straße 1
D-85579 Neubiberg / Germany

or ONLINE

Certificate: Each participant gets a letter of attendance.

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 Scheduled courses - Register here:

Course topics:

  • General Functional Safety Management

    • Overview of Functional Safety and ISO 26262

    • Functional Safety Management

    • Automotive Safety Lifecycle

    • Safety Lifecycle Tailoring for IC and IP Development Projects

    • Safety Plan and Safety Case

    • Confirmation Measures and Verification Reviews

    • Functional Safety Assessment and Certification

    • Supporting Processes: Configuration and Change Management

  • Item Definition and Concept Phase

    • Item Definition

    • Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment

    • Functional Safety Concept and Functional Safety Requirements

    • Safety Element out of Context (SEooC) Definition

    • Supporting Processes: Specification and Management of Safety Requirement

  • System Development

    • Technical Safety Concept and Technical Safety Requirements

    • ASIL Decomposition

    • Dependent Failure Analysis (DFA)

    • Hardware-Software Interface Specification

    • System Integration and Testing, Validation

  • IC and IP Hardware Development

    • Hardware Safety Requirements

    • Hardware Safety Architecture and Design Specification

    • Safety Functions and Safety Mechanisms for Semiconductors

    • Hardware Design Implementation and Verification, and Special

    • Requirements for Semiconductor Development Projects

    • Safety Manual

    • Supporting processes: Confidence in the Use of Software Tools

  • Safety Analyses

    • Overview of Safety Analyses

    • Qualitative and Quantitative Fault Tree Analysis

    • Failure Modes, Effects and Diagnostics Analysis (FMEDA)

    • Failure Rates Estimation

    • Failure Modes and Failure Mode Distribution

    • Estimation and Verification of Diagnostic Coverage

    • Relative and Absolute Metrics (SPFM, LFM, PMHF)


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