Functional safety is of great importance in automotive, railway and automation technology. On April 24th and 25th,2018, the safe.tech symposium will take place in Munich for the seventh time. It provides a platform for the exchange of experience for all experts working in the field of functional safety.
In this year, the ESE GmbH will be represented by Dr.-Ing. Lars Schnieder and René S. Hosse at the safe.tech. In their lecture "SOTIF - Chances and Risks of an Extended Approach to Safety", they contrast the "Safety of Intended Functionality" content with the specifications of ISO 26262 and present the different ways of thinking between classic Functional Safety and the SotIF approach.
Furthermore, Dr.-Ing. Lars Schnieder and PD Dr. med. Meike Jipp will discuss the "Requirements for Safety Validation according to ISO 26262 from the perspective of Functional Safety Assessment and Transport Research" in their workshop. In the course of this project, the requirements for safeguarding property, in particular the manageability of driving maneuvers from the point of view of engineering psychology and functional safety assessments are examined.
Are you interested in the lecture or the results of the workshops? Send us a request to pr(at)ese.de and we will send you the requested content. If you have any questions concerning the lectures, please contact Dr.-Ing. Lars Schnieder or René S. Hosse.
Further information about the symposium and the program overview can be found here: www.tuev-sued.de/akademie-de/congress/automobil-bahn/safe.tech