Increasing levels of electronics and software within autonomous and ADAS have heightened the focus on vehicle and industrial safety, leading to significant growth in the area of Functional Safety Management, Cybersecurity, and Requirements Management. OEMs and system suppliers need to understand what it means to operate within a safe and secure marketplace. Not only have requirements significantly expanded, but governing bodies across the globe scramble to establish new standards. Navigating this ever-changing regulatory landscape can be an expensive and challenging, and successful implementation of ISO 26262, IEC 61508, IEC 62443, ISO 21448, ISO 21434, ISO 9241-210 and others requires that companies and their employees understand how to meet these challenges.
In efforts to help our customers be compliant with the latest safe and secure processes and standards, Siemens Digital Industries Software is offering training services in the areas of Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and Requirements. Our in-depth knowledge of the standards can help train personnel in multiple safe and secure development activities and required work products.
Engaging in additional training can help transform your company’s process and safety management to be compliant to international safety and security standards, preparing your organization for the autonomous market boom and explosive growth in cybersecurity. These courses can also increase employees’ value through training in safety and security standards and analysis methods. Increased confidence will naturally follow in the development of new product features with the training and adoption of methods in system loss analysis, hazard and risk assessments and threat analysis. By obtaining this expert knowledge, you can reduce reliance on external certification bodies and accelerate time to market by becoming self-sufficient in safe and secure confirmation measures and functional safety assessment processes.
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Joseph is a functional safety certified automotive manager, electrical engineer, systems integration and processes expert currently leading the functional safety programs for Siemens.
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Implementing ISO 26262 successfully can be complex, which has become a critical factor in surviving in today’s automotive market. This course will provide managers and engineers involved in safety development or risk analysis, practical knowledge, and skillset in ISO 26262. This topic includes a course and an additional certification test.
This course will explain the first three parts of IEC 61508. We will demonstrate different topics and work products that must be documented and delivered. The safety lifecycle key processes will be explored and the responsibility that comes with functional safety. This topic includes a course and an additional certification test.
Overwhelming evidence shows the most severe project problems, defects, delays, cost overruns, and failures are directly related to poor requirements. Unsatisfactory or incomplete requirements are typically due to the lack of understanding and how to best develop requirements from a user’s perspective. This course will instruct how to gather and develop user evidence and the technical writing techniques required for writing clear and unambiguous requirements.
Automotive engineers are substantially tasked with risk analysis methods from the HARA through the Safety Analysis Report. This two-day course will discuss safety analysis including the HARA, FMEA, FMEDA, FTA, DFA, PMHF, and more. This course will examine specific safety analysis topics in Parts 3, 4, 5, and 9 with real life examples.
Autonomy is surging across multiple marketplaces from advanced driver assistant systems, fully automated driving cars, industrial, military, and aerospace. Development can be challenging as manufacturers need to account for both foreseen and unforeseeable factors.
This one-day course will provide direction for autonomous engineers and managers, starting with the autonomous landscape around U.S. D.O.T., U.N.E.C.E., and Global NCAP. Next, we discuss guidelines as provided by ISO 21448 for required analysis and evaluation of risks while including the highly rated System Theoretical Process Analysis method for risk assessment. This course is a great overview while providing direction for the autonomous landscape.
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Professional Functional Safety for Automotive Semiconductor
This course is designed explicitly for successfully executing ISO 26262 for the semiconductor industry. The course begins with an ISO 26262 overview but quickly focus on ISO 26262-Part 5 for hardware and ISO 26262-Part 11 design specifically for the semiconductor industry. The safety analysis discusses essential topics like Failure Modes Effect Diagnostic Analysis, Fault Tree Analysis, Dependent Failure Analysis, and probabilistic metric for random hardware failures. This topic includes a course and an additional certification test.
Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) including STPA
Autonomy is surging the multiple marketplaces from advanced driver assistant systems, fully automated driving cars, industrial, and aerospace. Development can be challenging as manufacturers need to account for both foreseen and unforeseeable factors. This two-day course will provide managers and engineers a practical knowledge and skillset in the Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and Systems Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA). We will work examples in SOTIF from developing scenes, scenarios, and triggering events. We will evaluate the loss and risk assessment process using STPA, and then we will discuss the verification and validation of your autonomous system. This course is a great for understand ISO 21448 analysis and its guidelines.
Professional Embedded Cybersecurity Engineer Automotive
This two-day course will discuss general cybersecurity concepts, countermeasures along with implementing industry regulation ISA/IEC 62443 for manufacturing and ISO/SAE 21434 for automotive markets. The course will present other regulatory bodies like the UNECE. This topic includes a course and additional certification test.