Continuous Test Scenario from Module Test to Crash Test
Joyson Safety Systems successfully built a continuous functional assurance strategy for controller components at its European testing locations. This allows safety-critical test cases – from module testing through to the crash test facility – to be carried out in a real car. The results have a direct, positive influence on product development.
Mehdi Kadiri Hassani (Joyson Safety Systems Aschaffenburg GmbH)
Mehdi Kadiri Hassani was born in 1988 in Fez, Morocco. He graduated in 2015 with a master's degree in electrical engineering from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Lyon, France. Since his graduation, he has been working as a Software Test Engineer within the Electronic Testing division of Joyson Safety Systems in Berlin, where his main focus is the software validation of safety-critical systems in compliance with automotive standards ISO 26262 and ASPICE. In 2016, Mr. Kadiri became a Certified Tester in accordance with the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB). In 2017, Mr. Kadiri introduced model-based software validation at Joyson Safety Systems and in 2018, he became an ISTQB-certified Model-based Tester.