Technologies for Increased Autonomy in a Functional Safe Environment
Chaired by Alan Walker – AVL Powertrain
Co-Chaired by Rob Green – AESIN
This workstream will look at the technologies for increased autonomy in a Functional Safe Environment.
The ADAS & AV workstream subgroups include:
Sensing (and System Architecture)
Validation & Verification
Standards & Safety
The cutting edge of automotive safety
“The growth in electronics content and complexity within today’s car means that companies are required to have a deeper understanding of how to meet the stringent Functional Safety requirements outlined in the ISO 26262 Functional Safety Standard. The AESIN Practitioner Workshops allow likeminded engineers and managers responsible for Functional Safety to hear from industry experts on practical challenges and share thinking on working within the standard to achieve end customer goals.”
ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop
Summary of the ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop held at HORIBA MIRA 0n 26th January 2017.
George Gillespie, CEO at HORIBA MIRA, presentation at the ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop on 26th January 2017
David Ward, Head of Functional Safety at HORIBA MIRA, presentation at the ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop on 26th January 2017
Summary of the ISO 26262 Practitioners Workshop held at HORIBA MIRA 0n 20th January 2016.
Paul Jarvie is the AESIN Network Director and should be contacted in the first instance: