June 11 - 14, 2019
Dearbon, MI

Conference Day 2

8:30 - 9:00 Registration and Welcome Tea or Coffee

9:00 - 9:10 Opening Remarks by the conference chairperson

Rami Debouk - Staff Researcher, General Motors R&D
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Rami Debouk

Staff Researcher
General Motors R&D

9:10 - 9:50 Heavy Truck and Buses electrical safety assessments

Sayeem Khan - Mechatronics Engineer, Daimler Trucks Asia
  • High voltage safety goals
  • Battery management safety compliance
  • ISO26262 guidelines for commercial vehicles
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Sayeem Khan

Mechatronics Engineer
Daimler Trucks Asia


9:50 - 10:30 Reprogrammable ECUs and OTA

Bo Wang - Functional Safety Manager, GEELY
  • System level security threats
  • Item-level exposure
  • Cost-effective threat assessment procedures
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Bo Wang

Functional Safety Manager
GEELY


10:30 - 11:00 Refreshment break and networking

11:00 - 11:40 Standardizing Safety Mechanisms for ADAS

  • Performance requirements
  • Challenging system architectures
  • Front-loaded production planning
Tamás Csizmadia, Head of Safety and Compliance,
AImotive Ltd

11:40 - 12:20 Panel Discussion: How much of a software engineer do future functional safety experts have to be?

Robert Gruszczynski - OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen Group of America
Joseph Kristofik - Global Functional Safety Manager Passive Safety, Veoneer
  • Electrified elements need data expertise, SW skills as well as HW skills
  • Even critical safety functions are more and more affected by ECUs communicating with one another
  • Recent autonomous driving incidents highlight the importance of understanding how and when what system overrides another
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Robert Gruszczynski

OBD Communication Expert
Volkswagen Group of America

Joseph Kristofik

Global Functional Safety Manager Passive Safety
Veoneer


12:20 - 13:50 Networking luncheon

13:50 - 14:30 Clearing up ASIL uncertainty

Madhusudan Lingarajappa - Deputy Manager, Mahindra Electric
  • Clarifying what procedures will most likely achieve what safety levels
  • Testing use cases
  • Different methodologies to get the same ASIL level
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Madhusudan Lingarajappa

Deputy Manager
Mahindra Electric


Interactive Discussion Groups

Table 1

14:30 - 15:50 BCM - Supporting Gateway functionality, including End-to-end Protection

Table 2

14:30 - 15:50 Probabilistic ML approach to autonomous driving classification systems and their safety issues

e: safety vs. availability

Table 3

14:30 - 15:50 open scenario simulation testing – how much is enough?

(Find the topic of your choice and have an engaging solution-oriented discussion with your peers. After 30min you can choose another topic.)

15:50 - 16:20 Referesment break and networking

16:20 - 17:00 Software process alignment – Work the workflow

Daniel Liu - Autonomous Driving Safety, Baidu USA
  • Aligning different V&V processes for time- and cost-optimisation
  • Tailorable standard processes
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Daniel Liu

Autonomous Driving Safety
Baidu USA

14:50 - 15:30 Integrating confirmation reviews into verification reviews in ISO 26262

Nitheesh Sasikumar - Functional Safety Engineer, Denso-Diam
  • Defining the scope of confirmation reviews
  • Verification reviews for safety cases
  • Integrating the two processes into a smooth workflow
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Nitheesh Sasikumar

Functional Safety Engineer
Denso-Diam


17:20 - 17:30 Closing Remarks by the Chairperson

Rami Debouk - Staff Researcher, General Motors R&D
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Rami Debouk

Staff Researcher
General Motors R&D

17:30 - 17:30 End of the main conference