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In this training, Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) engineering, Life Cycle and Validation and Verification calculations will be explained within the framework of IEC EN 26262 standards.

1) Why Do We Need Functional Safety?

        Reliability and Probability Theorems

        Key Features of Critical Systems

        V-Model Cycle (VDI 2206, 2004)

        Functional safety standards (IEC 61508, IEC 61511, IEC61511 ISA SP 84.01)

        ISO 26262 requirements

        The challenge of functional safety in automotive development

  2) Introduction to functional security

        Principles of functional safety in the automotive industry

        The position of ISO 26262 and its relationship to other standards, guidelines, as well as certification or approval requirements

        Technical safety concept and system design

        Security-oriented hardware and software development

        A methodical approach to security analysis

  3) Introduction to basic safety concepts such as hazard, risk and risk reduction concepts

        Key issues in implementing ISO 26262

        V-Model Cycle (VDI 2206, 2004)

        Functional safety standards (ISO 26262 to IEC 61508, IEC 61511, IEC61511 ISA SP 84.01)

  • Risk analysis and functional safety concept

    • ESSENTIAL word meaning

    • Management of functional security

    • ASIL Security Lifecycle

    • Supporting Processes

    • Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-driven and safety-focused analysis

    • Overview of ASIL Evaluation

    • PRIMARY Evaluation Process and Calculation

4) IEC 61882- "Danger and operability studies (HAZOP analysis is referred to as HAZAN in ISO 26262) - Application guide"

        Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)


        IEC 61508  with   Link between ISO 26262

        ISO 26262  with  IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 - Security: How Do We Achieve High Reliability?

        ISO 26262- Security Lifecycle

        What is ASIL?

4) What is Voting?

        What is Voting?

        Demand Mode (Demand Mode)

        Risk Reduction Factor (RRF)

        TI: Test Interval (proof)

6) ASIL Validation and Verification Calculations

        Probability of Failure on Demand (PFD)

        Common Failure Mode (Beta Factor)

        Fault Types

        What is FMEA analysis and how is it done?

        MTTF, MTBF, MTTR, Availability and Reliability

        Fault Tree Analysis

        False error and security, reliability

        Independent IEC analysis algorithm for functional end effects of FMEDA

        Hardware-oriented component level DC and SFF

        Calculation of lambda-SU, SD, DU and DD for each root mode

        Security management processes and recommended supporting processes

7) Engineering and Design Applications

        Requirements of Protective Functions

        Device Selection - Comparison of Electronic and Mechanical Parts

        Device Selection-Proven-in-use by NAMUR (NE130)

        Fault Detection During Maintenance and Test-Operation

        Maintenance and Test-Maintenance Intervals

        Last Element

        Installation - Assembly  

        Maintenance and Testing - Evidence Test/Service Life


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