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ISO 26262 - Time for an Update

The proliferation of electronic systems in passenger cars has led to the steady development of new and existing automotive standards to ensure continued functional safety. One such standard, ISO 26262, is an adaptation of the more general International Electromechanical Commission (IEC) 61508 functional safety standard. However, for the standard to remain relevant in an industry undergoing a radical revolution in electrical and electronic systems it is in need of a makeover. Learn more and download the part 1/3, of the complete ISO 26262 Time for an Update report here:

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Continental, Audi, ZF TRW, Quanergy, and Delphi are implementing very different strategies to ensure that introducing new functionality won’t increase safety risks for autonomous vehicles, but what is their progress?

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Last chance to join Daimler, FaradayFuture , MIT, Continental , ZOOX, TexasInstruments , DelphiAuto , IEEE, ISO Intelligent Transportation, and more for our System Safety 2016 conference on September 19 - 21 in Las Vegas, NV

Major topic areas:
• ISO 26262 and beyond: Ensuring functional safety of highly complex systems
• Hazard recognition and risk management: optimizing development and testing processes
• Driving the future of automotive: Legal landscape in the US
• Strategies for validation and verification of computer-controlled and safety-critical systems

See all of the speakers and sessions on the agenda here:

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In the lead-up to our System Safety conferences in Las Vegas and Berlin, Thomas Maur of ZF TRW’s Active & Passive Safety Technology department shares his presentation on the integration and testing methodologies of EPS systems:
1. Transition from Function to Product Release
2. Test Capabilities, Tools, Metrics, and Documentation
3. DOORS: Test status, process, activities, and tools
4. Test automation on a dSPACE Tool Environment
5. Master/Slave Concept for AD HiL Test Benches – Structures, Qualification, and Results
You can download the presentation here:

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The Business Case for Earlier #Software Defect Detection and #Compliance

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- How to detect issues of software security before the hackers strike
- How to find an efficient approach to creating standards-compliant software
- Why early detection of defects makes good business sense

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[eBook ] Top 10 World's Biggest Automotive Recalls

In this FREE and comprehensive 17 page eBook, we reveal the 10 biggest #recalls  in the global #automotive  industry based on number of cars affected by defects.
We go into details on both historic and recent scandals, that has shaken the global automotive industry and left the public image of several OEM's damaged.

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#Automotive IQ reveal the world's #top10 biggest automotive #companies!
In this free eBook, we reveal the 10 biggest companies in the global automotive industry and explore the history of these giants, their current challenges in the modern industry and take a closer look at the top managers who lead them.

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Gretchen N. Miller focuses her practice in complex commercial litigation, including class action and product liability litigation, in state and federal courts. She is a trial lawyer with experience, defending manufacturers against claims of product defect for industrial, automotive and medical products on a national basis.

Read the free interview on #ISO26262 !

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Adam Schnellbach is responsible for the product, #engineering and the management side of functional safety at Magna Powertrain in Austria. #Automotive IQ met him during the 5th International #ISO26262 conference in Berlin to talk about cultural differences of applying ISO 26262 and his main focus: The concept of the fault tolerant time interval.

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E/E systems in #vehicles are becoming ever more complex and are increasingly being used for critical functions such as advanced driver assistance systems. The average modern #car now contains up to 20 million lines of code, and uses up to 100 ECU units to control various functions throughout the vehicle. In order to manage the complexity and to master functional safety aspects, OEM's and...

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