With this one-day training course, we provide an introduction to the topics of functional safety according to ISO26262 from developers to management level. The goal of the training is to reduce the fear of contact with functional safety. The focus is on the interactive development of the background and principles that are necessary to develop a safe product.
In addition to basic terms, the “No Fear of Fusi” course discusses various aspects of the standard such as ASIL, hazard analysis and risk assessment, ASIL decomposition, the holistic view of functional safety in a life cycle, and concepts for avoiding and controlling systematic as well as random errors.
In the one-day course, participants are guided through the development “V” with a lot of group work and interaction based on an example. The seminar gives participants a basic overview of the standard and enables them to understand the context of safety-oriented development in accordance with ISO26262. To collaborate on hazard analyses and support standard-compliant safety concepts as well as to reflect on their own workflows in the context of ISO26262.
The seminar is aimed at newcomers to functional safety, developers, project leaders and managers.
Automotive development experience and curiosity.
Participants and duration
1 day practice-oriented seminar / Up to 12 participants.
Price on demand.
*Please note that we can only accept requests from a group size of at least 3 people. For individual requests we can put you on our waiting list
Possible costs for travel or accommodation are not included in this service. These costs have to be borne by the participant.
Do you have any questions or additional requirements? We will be delighted to offer you training, coaching or workshops in line with all our development and consulting services. Please feel free to ask and don’t hesitate to get in touch.
ITK Engineering GmbH is an internationally operating technology company with customers in the automotive and aerospace industries as well as in building and medical technologies, motorsports, robotics and transportation.