ISO 26262 is an international standard for the functional safety of electrical/electronic systems in the automotive sector. Part 6 focuses on the software aspects of system design and implementation.
This instructor-led, live training (online or onsite) is aimed at automotive professionals who wish to implement the ISO 26262 standard within their organization.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
Format of the Course
Course Customization Options
Risk, ASILs, and Safety Concepts
Software Development Process
Software Architectural Design
Software Safety Requirements (SSR)
Software Safety Analysis (FMEA, FTA, etc.)
Software Verification Reports
Embedded Software Testing
Summary and Next Steps
Test Driven Development, many recommended literature: a book and a website
Practical experience of the trainer, the latest curiosities and trends from the embedded market, an exercise on the second day, showing refactoring and creating unit tests in one go.
Issues related to the creation and use of macros, a pictorial description of the C language standard and explanation of usability in embeded systems, issues related to compilations and compilers.
The way of transferring knowledge, many examples explaining the issues raised, and providing sources from which you can later learn
practical tips, a lot of examples
The coach is very well prepared and you can experience his experience and knowledge of embedded programming and more. The training was interesting, very dynamic and expressive. It certainly could not get boring.
Extensive theoretical and practical knowledge of the lecturer, the ability to involve the listener, the dynamics of speech.
Spontaneity, trivia, impressive knowledge of the lecturer.
examples and suggestions for practical use
A lot of useful issues and concepts. Interesting sources of knowledge are given.
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