ISO 26262 Tool Classification and Qualification
Date: available upon request
Languages: English or German
As part of the release of ISO 26262 in 2011, requirements to establish confidence in the correct functioning of software tools used to develop safety-related automotive E/E systems came into effect. Eight years later, there are plenty of experiences and lessons learned from applying these requirements in day-to-day engineering. However, implementing ISO 26262 tool classification and qualification remains a challenge for many automotive organizations and consumes significant resources. Starting with a systematic introduction to the tool classification and qualification requirements of ISO 26262-8, this 1-day class also reviews current industrial best practices and discusses trends and lessons learned. In the hands-on session, you will familiarize yourself with the structure and content of an exemplary ISO 26262 classification kit for a model-based development tool and gain hands-on experience with customizing such a kit to your organization’s specific needs.
Automotive professionals (software project leads, software engineers, engineering managers, quality and project managers) involved with the development of safety-related automotive E/E systems, functional safety engineers and managers.
Conditions of Participation and Cost
Available as an in-house training class worldwide on request.
For company-specific adaptations to the agenda, quotations, or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Gaining confidence in the correct functioning of software tools
- ISO 26262 tool classification and qualification approach
- Best practices and trends
- Importance of templates
- Make or buy? Costs incurred by the activities to gain confidence in the use of software tools
- Tool classification and qualification kits – Streamlining the classification/qualification of COTS tools
- ISO classification kit hands-on
|9 a.m.||Welcome and introduction round|
|10:30 a.m.||ISO 26262 tool classification and qualification approach
1. Tool classification
2. Tool qualification
|12 p.m.||Lunch break and open dialog|
|1 p.m.||Implementing the ISO 26262 tool classification and qualification approach
|2 p.m.||Tool classification and qualification effort
||3 p.m.||Tool classification kit hands-on session
||5 p.m.||End of training class|