Advanced Functional Safety: ISO 26262 Part 3 Concept Phase
What you'll learn
- Understand how ISO 26262 is structured at the concept phase
- Learn how to create the Item Definition
- Do the Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment by example
- Write the Functional Safety Requirements using an example
- Basic knowledge about automotive engineering and would help basic understating of ISO 26262
- Basic knowledge about ISO 26262
The most critical point in the whole standard is how ASILs are derived and what consequences in the lower levels this ASIL has in the vehicle.
In this course, you will have the opportunity to see how to build your work products and the reasons behind decisions.
Decoding ASIL Derivation and Impact: Explore the crux of ISO 26262, unraveling how ASILs are derived and their repercussions across vehicle layers.
Clarifying Safety Artifacts: Gain insights into safety requirements, goals, and confirmation reviews. Build transparent work products and understand the rationale behind decisions.
Unveiling Abstractization Levels: Demystify functional safety's essence. Grasp the creation of abstractization levels and perspectives within the ISO 26262 context.
Crafting Effective Item Definitions: Learn what goes into Item Definition documents and their intended recipients. Ensure clarity and precision in your documentation.
Navigating Controllability and Safe State: Master the selection of controllability aspects and appreciate the criticality of a secure fail-safe state.
The ASIL Puzzle: B or A? Understand the reasoning behind opting for ASILs, dissecting the decision-making process.
Structured Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment: Develop skills to structure robust Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment methodologies, encompassing all necessary facets.
Deciphering ASIL Decomposition: Dive deep into ASIL Decomposition, comprehending its nuances and significance in functional safety.
Comprehensive Functional Safety Concepts: Craft impeccable Functional Safety Concepts by grasping essential components and their integration.
Navigating Functional Safety Timespans (FTTI, FDTI, etc.): Understand the crucial timespan considerations that are pivotal in the realm of Functional Safety.
Applying ISO 26262 Part to Steer-by-Wire Systems: Witness ISO 26262's application in the design of Steer-by-Wire systems, expanding your practical insights.
Answers to Your Queries: Get answers to these questions and more, providing you with a holistic understanding of functional safety.
Enriching Examples and Linked Resources: Benefit from illustrative examples, templates, and linked resources to enhance your learning journey.
Elevate your functional safety expertise with this comprehensive course, designed to equip you with the knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of ISO 26262 and automotive safety.
Who this course is for:
- Functional Safety Engineers
- Functional Safety Managers
- FMEA Moderator
- Project Managers
With a Bachelor's degree in Systems Engineering and over a decade of experience, I have worked for Tier1 and Tier2 companies in the automotive industry. My expertise spans a range of fields including functional safety, cybersecurity, software engineering, and management. Presently, I am honored to be serving as a Functional Safety and Cybersecurity Expert for a renowned German OEM, where I continue to utilize my skills and knowledge to deliver exceptional results.