Live Webinar ISO26262 for Functional Safety Critical Projects

Stuttgart, Germany (PressExposure) April 29, 2013 -- Embitel will be conducting a live webinar on ISO26262 for Functional Safety Critical Projects on the 16th of May at 3.30 pm CEST/7.00 pm IST/9.30 am EDT.

The Webinar focuses on the following key aspects of ISO 26262 implementation in Functional Safety for Critical projects-:

1. what are the first steps if ISO 26262 is applicable for my project?
2. How is the ASIL Level derived?
3. What are the main Life Cycle work products?
4. How challenging is a Tool Qualification?

Modern cars consist of increasing number of electrical and electronic Systems (E/E).The complexity of individual E/E-Systems is increasing. In parallel it is expected that the safety of the cars is also increasing.

Therefore strong emphasis is put on to Functional Safety aspects within the ECU System and Software development. The ISO 26262 addresses the needs for an automotive-specific international Functional Safety Standard for electrical and electronic Systems. The standard is an adaptation of IEC 61508. It is applicable for series production passenger cars (up to 3,500kg max. vehicle mass).

You can register for the webinar on the following link-:

About embitel

Embitel is a leading Embedded Automotive service provider for global customers. We develop complex solutions to our client issues- worldwide. Our engineers have expertise across all phases of the development lifecycle ranging from requirements gathering leading up to system testing on the target.

Embitel has a highly qualified team with have prior experience of working with OEMs, with proficiency in complex automotive requirements including but not limited to areas of ECU software, AUTOSAR, Diagnostics, in-vehicle networking, Modeling and Simulation, ISO26262 and specialized last mile services. Embitel believes in continuous learning which gives us a unique vantage point of building upon existing expertise to provide the best for our clients.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 29, 2013 at 6:37 am
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