This training is conducted in partnership with Kugler Maag.
AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM DESIGN (ISO 26262)
Content of training:
1. Functional safety of electronic systems
2. Introduction to safety integrity (SIL, ASIL)
3. Relationships between ISO 26262 and the basic IEC 61508 standard
4. Homologation rules
5. Product liability
6. The international ISO 26262 standard
7. General methods and requirements
8. Assessing the life cycles of safety-relevant systems
9. Requirements relating to the management of functional safety
10. Requirements relating to the assessment of functional safety
11. The importance of the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) system
12. Definition of requirements depending on the selected Automotive Safety Integrity Level
To gain certification as a TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer (Automotive), you are required to
- Pass the exam
- Have at least three years of experience in the field of functional safety.
Training duration – 3 days
Exam duration – 1 day
Option: Participate only at training sesion (w/o exam)
This training course is targeted exclusively at experienced engineers who are not only familiar with the development and implementation of embedded electronic systems used in cars but also develop systems themselves according to ISO 26262.
Objectives and results
Functional safety affects almost everyone involved in the development of automotive electronics – managers, project managers, developers, engineers and buyers. Our training courses provide you with detailed answers to the important questions when it comes to requirements laid down under ISO 26262 – the key standard affecting the safety of electronic systems used in cars.
Please note the TÜV Rheinland participation requirements: participants must have three years’ experience in functional safety.
In addition also a university education in a technology area (e.g. as an engineer, computer scientist, physicist) is required.