What is Functional Safety in the Automotive Industry - ISO 26262?
The ISO 26262 Functional Safety Standard is an international safety standard of electric and/or electronic systems in production automobiles defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
As defined by TÜV-NORD, Producers of safety-relevant technical systems in the automotive industry are obliged to develop their systems according to all technical and scientific aspects of functional safety.
ISO 26262 defines the requirements of functional safety for electrical and electronic systems. Application of the mentioned standard lead to a correlating documented safety evidence of conformity.
5-day Functional Safety Certified Automotive Engineering (FSCAE) training with a certification exam.
The FSCAE training + examination will walk through the following:
Functional Safety Management
System-Level and Hardware-Level Implementation
Optional FSCAE Examination on Day-5
1-day Training - $890
Includes 1 day of your choosing during the available dates
2-day Training - $1.600
Includes 2 days of your choosing during the available dates
3 day Training - $1,990
Includes 3 days of your choosing during the available dates
4-day Training- NO EXAMINATION- $2,400
4 Days of Automotive Functional Safety Training- No exam included.
5 day Training + Examination- $2,800
5 Days of Automotive Functional Safety Training + the qualifying exam for FSCAE Certification on the 5th day.
Re-Certification- EXAMINATION ONLY- $1,500
- In the case, you wish to re-take a failed examination, without re-taking the full 4-day training.
- Examinations take place on the 5th and final day of training.
ISO 26262 5-Day Training Agenda
Introductory topics of Functional Safety Management and Risk analysis, using ISO 26262 concepts, are discussed in detail, including worked examples.
Introduction to Functional Safety Process
Overview of Documentation requirements
Overview of Management and Technical activities throughout the safety life-cycle phases
Practical Exercises demonstrating Risk analysis
FSM and concept development
Day 2 & 3
System-Level and Hardware Level Implementation of ISO 26262
System development, technical safety concepts, system and hardware development. Evaluation of Safety Goals and Hardware Architecture using Failure Mode Effect and Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA).
Technical concept design of a system and its elements
The topic addressed in relation to interface definition and Second-tier suppliers
In-depth interaction of safety-oriented hardware development processes
Under the FMEDA methodology, the following are presented:
Software Level Implementation of ISO 26262
ISO 26262 establishes further software-related requirements focused on Functional Safety. The workshop presents the additional demands including the relevant techniques and measures corresponding to the relevant ASIL made on software development and their practical implementation in an illustrative manner.
Briefing for all Software oriented personnel
Validation tools and applying COTS
Examples of architecture related to project and compiler considerations
Software development phases
Specific requirements for Implementation and testing
Validation and documentation features per ISO 26262
Qualified participants will take the FSCAE qualification test
Further FSCAE certification can be achieved by individuals demonstrating work on relevant safety projects for at least the past 4 years, and successfully passing the safety audit by TÜV-NORD