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Welcome by the chair and introduction to the topic
Prof. Manfred Broy, Technische Universität München Fakultät für Informatik
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
The most frustrating functional safety misconceptions - and how to counter them
Dr. Pierre Metz, Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG ; Dr. Adam Schnellbach, AVL List GmbH
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Introduction into part 11 of ISO DID 26262: Guideline for semiconductors
Dipl.-Phys. Carsten Gebauer, Robert Bosch GmbH
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Development Process for Systematic Test and Validation of Automated Driving demmonstrated by an Automated Lane Change
Prof. Dr. Arno Eichberger, Graz University of Technology Institute of Automotive Engineering
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Formally Verifying Safety Properties of a Highly Automated Driving Function
Dr. Klaus Winkelmann, iQmine GmbH
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Predictable and safe SW integration for the next generation ADAS and Autonomous Driving platforms
Dr. Kai Richter, Luxoft GmbH
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
The role and evolution of Safety MCUs in High-Available and Fault-Tolerant Functional Safety Architectures
Antonio Vilela, Infineon Technologies AG
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
The legal impact of ISO 26262
Andreas Reuter, Robert Bosch GmbH
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Welcome and summary of the previous day by the chair
Prof. Manfred Broy, Technische Universität München Fakultät für Informatik
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
Cybersecurity of Automated and Connected Vehicles
Markus Ullmann, Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI)
ISO 26262, 09.10.2017
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