Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Event Type: Live Webinar
Duration: 1 Hour
This webinar provides engineers, managers and decision makers with a fundamental understanding of automotive safety standards for On- and Off-road vehicles in critical markets and associated applications. A brief overview of pertinent ISO, DOT, NHTSA safety standards are followed by a discussion of the product develop life cycle at the system, hardware and software levels. In this webinar, management of functional safety – following the ISO 26262 guidelines – serves as a key focus throughout the development process including initial Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-oriented and safety-oriented analysis.
- What are the pertinent safety-related parts of the ISO, DOT, NHTSA standards?
- How are safety standards different for On vs. Off Road vehicles?
- How are functional safety requirements handled at the system, hardware and software development levels?
- What should a design-tester know about ASIL and safety-oriented analysis?
- What are considered safety critical applications and markets?
John E. Blyler, Founder and CEO, JB Systems Media and Tech
John Blyler has covered the automotive electronics and system development spaces for many years - from raceway crew pits to hardware-software labs and system simulators. His works have been published by SAE, IEEE, Informa, Penton, Mouser, Siemens, Dassault Systems and others. He holds a BS in Engineering Physics and an MS is Electronic Engineering. John is a lecturer in UC-Irvine’s online Systems Engineering program.