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Model-Based Development of Automotive Embedded Software in Compliance with ISO 26262

This 2-day intensive training class describes how to develop and safeguard safety-critical, embedded software in serial projects with Simulink® in compliance with ISO 26262 (part 6). Beginning with a general overview of the ISO standard, we proceed by focusing on those requirements of the ISO 26262 that are specifically relevant to model-based development. We address the impact the standard has had on model-based development with Simulink, as well as the requirements for model and software architecture in safety-critical software. We conclude with a discussion on assessment of readiness of controller functions, according to ISO 26262. Theoretical aspects are illustrated by means of many practical examples, which you can take straight back to your daily development tasks.
 
Highlights
  • Developing safety-critical software in compliance with ISO 26262
  • Impact of ISO 26262 on development of embedded software with Simulink
  • Model architectures for safety-critical software
  • Ensuring MISRA® and ISO 26262 compliant models with modelling guidelines and complexity metrics
  • ISO 26262 compliant testing for model-based SW development
  • Tool qualification
  • Prioritization of ISO 26262 requirements for process adaptation 
 
Agenda
DAY 1
  • Overview: Model-Based Software Development with Simulink
  • Safety-Related Software Development According to ISO 26262
  • ISO 26262 Compliant Development Process
  • Design of Model and Software Architecture
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Model Architecture
 DAY 2
  • Ensuring Model Quality with Modeling Guidelines
  • Tool Qualification
  • Ensuring Model Quality with Model Testing
  • Priorities for Process Adaptation Towards Compliance with ISO 26262
 
Target Group

This class is designed for developers, testers, quality managers, project managers and team leaders focused on the model-based development of safety-critical embedded software using MATLAB®/Simulink in combination with dSPACE TargetLink. Only basic modelling knowledge with Simulink and Stateflow® is assumed. 

DatesLocation and time Fee per person
April 16 - 17, 2018 Wixom, Michigan (USA), 9:00 AM $ 2000 USD

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