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Functional Safety training on Automotive – System Design according to ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 (SIL certification)

TUV Rheinland India with cooperation of TÜV Rheinland Industrial Services GmbH, Germany

27/08/2012 - 31/08/2012 Pune

TUV Rheinland is pleased to announce Functional Safety training on Automotive – System Design according to ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 (SIL certification) in India with cooperation of TÜV Rheinland Industrial Services GmbH, Germany.

Increased complexity of the safety functions integrated into vehicles lead to the new Functional Safety Standard ISO 26262. Fulfilling the standard is the only way to avoid problems in case of product liability and reliability due to incidents in the field. Most OEMs are now requiring their suppliers to apply and conform to ISO 26262. For Modules involved in Safety goals compliance with ISO 26262 is required.Tier 1 Suppliers are changing their internal development rules in order to perform developments according to ISO 26262 as soon as their component is part of a Safety goal.

Overview

This vocational qualification training of the TÜV Functional Safety Program enables engineers to deepen their knowledge by achieving a worldwide acknowledged know-how, attain practical experience and implement the requirements in accordance with international functional safety standards ISO/DIS 26262 and IEC 61508.

Engineers who have been working in the field of functional safety for many years have the opportunity to obtain an official verification and testimonial of their expertise. By passing a final exam successfully they will receive a TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer certificate.

This certificate, which is acknowledged worldwide, states that specific knowledge within the field of "Automotive" has been achieved.

Target Group

Developers, product architect, designers, project leaders, quality managers and testers who are mainly involved in the development of safety-related systems for use in cars on the basis of the draft international standard ISO/DIS 26262.

Topics covered

# Introduction

  • Functional safety of electric, electronic and programmable systems

# Safety Philosophy

  • Definition of risk, principle of risk reduction
  • Introduction to various classification systems (categories, SIL, ASIL)
  • Comparison and relation of classification systems to each other

# Regulations related to automotive systems

  • Homologation rules
  • Product liability laws

# International Standard ISO/DIS 26262

  • General methods and requirements
  • Consideration of life cycle aspects of safety-related systems and components
  • Requirements concerning management of Functional Safety
  • Requirements for the evaluation/judgement of Functional Safety
  • Definition of requirements according to the chosen ASIL
  • Meaning of Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)
  • Consideration of faults and fault modells
  • Fault: random fault, systematic fault, fault caused by handling, fault during operation
  • Fault models: stuck-at, DC and extended DC-fault model
  • Definition of measures against faults
  • Fault avoidance
  • Fault detection and fault control
  • Consideration during design, development and production phase
  • Safety requirement specification
  • Verification and validation plan
  • Examples of hardware design and verification
  • Software design and verification
  • Model-based software design
  • Calculation of the probability of violation of the safety goal
  • Derivation of Reliability Block Diagram for different systems
  • Architectural metrics, diagnostic coverage, single point faults metric, latent faults metric
  • Influence of diagnosic-test-interval on probability figures
  • Dependent failures, cascading failures, common cause failures
  • Redundant systems and common cause factors
  • Example calculation
  • Constraints and conditions for the phases
  • Commissioning, implementation, operation, maintenance
  • Operation
  • Qualification of hardware components
  • Safety elements out of context (SEooC)
  • Use of proven in use argument

Course Agenda

Each training day starts at 09:00 and ends at . 16:30

Coffee break is once in the morning and in the afternoon. Lunch is planned for 13:00

Each participant gets one set of training documents and additional information material.

Day 1

1. Introduction, overview of the TÜV Functional Safety Program

2. Introduction into safety engineering

3. Application of the international standard ISO 26262

4. Management of functional safety

5. Hazard analysis and risk assessment

Day 2

1. Product development at system level

2. Product development at hardware level

3. Supporting processes for hardware development

4. Discussion

Day 3

1. Product development on the software level

2. Software design and development

3. Software implementation

4. Software testing and analysis

5. Hardware-software integration

6. Additional topics

7. Release for production, operation

8. Discussion

Day 4

1. Summary of training

2. Questions and answers

3. Exam (11:00 Hrs to 15:00 Hrs)

Fee

Rs 165,000 + 12.36% service tax (Rupees one lakh and sixty five thousand plus taxes) / Euro 2,250+12.36% service tax (Euros two thousand two hundred and fifty plus taxes)

Organizer & Trainers

Organiser: TUV Rheinland (India) Private Limited

Trainers: Mr. Joerg Kraemer and Mr. Karsten Rotzoll of TÜV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH

Eligibility Requirements for TÜV Functional Safety Engineer

The following (additional) requirements have to be met in order to receive the TÜV FS Engineer certificate:

Minimum experience of 3 to 5 years in the field of Functional Safety

University degree (Master's or Bachelor's degree in Engineering)

or equivalent engineer level responsibilities status certified by employer

Registered participants will receive a form sheet for proof of eligibility from TÜV Rheinland. Exam participants will receive individual notification of results and the TÜV FS Engineer certificate (on fulfilling the eligibility requirements and clearing the examination

Venue: ARAI (The Automotive Research Association of India)
Survey No. 102, Vetal Hill, Off Paud Road,
Kothrud, P.B. No. 832
Pune
Event Dates: 27/08/2012 - 31/08/2012
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