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Breakfast Briefings

Begin your day two with a brilliant breakfast with fellow attendees. Get key updates on ISO/DIS 26262: 2018 from USTAG and get an early start to the exciting day ahead!

Meet With and Compare Dozens of Leading-Edge Solution Providers

Fireside Chat

An innovative interview style interactive session with one of the leading experts on product liability and automotive recalls in the US.

Forge New Connections and Benchmark Against Peers

Keynotes

Gain in-depth insight from functional safety experts on ISO/DIS 26262: 2018, 2nd Edition and critical updates on legal aspects and regulations for automated driving in the US.

New This Year! IT Modernization Track

Reverse Panel

This unique session is designed to put you first. The audience will vote for topics of discussion via a live poll, pose questions first to the panelists, followed by quick thoughts from panelists on the topics decided by you!

New This Year! ITFM Boot Camp

Case Studies

Presentations on ISO implementation for cyber-physical systems from the biggest automotive companies who are at the forefront of ISO implementation globally

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Technical Workshops

These workshops are specifically designed to provide a greater understanding and key takeaways tools for practical applications on the most challenging aspects of ISO 26262.

Sneak preview on the presentations this year

Daimler Trucks

Development of the new ISO 26262:2018 expands the scope to include trucks and buses. This presentation explains how these “tools” are very different from passenger cars. It also describes variation by base vehicle type, variation by vehicle configuration, and variation in operation. Trucks and buses are also different from passenger cars because the value stream may include the integration of safety-related content after the sale.

Volkswagen Group of America

The presentation will discuss current and potential future activities in methods of securing the Data Link Connector (DLC) (commonly referred to as the “OBD-II Port”) from the cybersecurity risks posed by the existence of this connector.

Hella Electronics Corporation

Modular designed systems present many challenges for Functional Safety, and especially for Functional Safety Assessment. How can the appropriateness and effectiveness for different releases be ensured? How can these goals be achieved in an economic way which satisfies ISO26262?

Hella Electronics Corporation

Functional safety at the project level is often seen as confusing, not well-defined, costly in dollars and time, and a threat to project completion. In my experience re-use of Functional safety artefacts helps to manage these issues and insert a needed practical level to the process and its understanding.

Mercedes-Benz R&D

Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America (MBRDNA) develops e-drive software for electrified powertrains within the Daimler product portfolio. The e-drive software is designed to be modularized and facilitates application of the same software on different vehicle platforms. Small variations in the system requirements for the target application lead to variants of certain software components within the system. Hence, challenges at the level of requirement management, SW integration, testing of delta content as well as management of calibration sets for the different variants arise. MBRDNA uses an integrated Life Cycle Management method to handle the complexity. MBRDNA utilizes a model-based software development environment to ease development and enable agility in the realization of this emerging powertrain technology. In order to avoid software design errors early on, guarantee optimal generated code and comply with the relevant safety standard according to ISO26262, the Daimler internal modeling guidelines are applied and are part of the automated Model Quality Assurance processes.

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