Embedded Software in Automotive - the critical component. FULLY BOOKED.
TRW Conekt, Solihull, B90 4GW.
- Tue 22 Nov 2011
- 900 - 1700
No charge to attend
- Booking Details:
The event is now full - please contact Robin Kennedy on 0789 4899544 if you want to request a place
This event is part of NMI's Embedded Software Network.
Embedded Software is a vital and increasing part of automotive systems, whether for engine management, infotainment or safety. However, there are issues surrounding this, not least in the areas of reliability and safety.
Using case studies and expert contributors, this event will look at the motivation behind the widespread adoption of software in automotive systems, the challenges that this brings and ways that such challenges are being addressed.
As with all NMI Network events, in addition to the presentations and discussion sessions, there will be ample opportunity to meet and network with attendees from a wide variety of organisations.
Outline Agenda (download detailed agenda)
Introduction from Adrian Mitcham, General Manager of TRW Conekt
The Safety Critical Systems Club, Chris Dale
Accidents that don’t happen – safety-critical systems and their development
Green Hills Software, Chris Tubbs
Consolidating Processors - Achieving the Required Levels of Safety and Security
TRW Conekt, Martin Thompson
Testing Safety-Critical Software - a novel method of inserting faults
Lauterbach, Barry Lock
Code Quality – the next big challenge
Phaedrus Systems, Chris Hills
MISRA-C : 2012 - the next version
Selex-Galileo, Robert Burton
Developing Mission Critical Software - A view from the Aerospace & Defence sector
Dr Brian Kirk CEng, Software and System Safety Consultant
Safety Third? Hazards in embedded automotive systems and their design
Infineon, Simon Brewerton
Multicore Automotive Microcontrollers & ISO26262
Hitex, Richard Gledhill
Implementing Safety-Critical Software in a Real Automotive Multicore System - a Case Study
Altran-Praxis, David Jackson
Systems Engineering Principles for Safety-Related Systems
TVS, Mike Bartley
Knowing When You're Done with Your Requirements
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