Most critical vehicle functions depend on electronics and software. When these malfunction, the effects can be catastrophic — physically, financially and legally — and can reverberate across the supply chain.
Automotive OEMs and tier suppliers perform functional safety analysis of these critical components, to systematically analyze their functions, determine potential malfunctions and address the risk adequately. This requires exhaustive analysis of the system using multiple analysis techniques, to derive various artifacts and metrics in compliance with the ISO 26262 standard.
Attend this webinar to learn how the Ansys medini analyze model-based suite of safety analyses supports multiple techniques in an integrated toolchain, and helps to effectively manage and control cybersecurity and functional safety analyses, including safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF).
Raghavendra Bhat is an Ansys technical manager for India, South East Asia.
Before Ansys, he worked for Esterel, IBM, Telelogic, etc, and has over 18 years of professional experience. He was actively involved with life cycle software development, including requirements management, software configuration management, model-based design and development of safety critical software, embedded real- time systems and testing. He has a master’s degree in software systems from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, a B.E. in electronics and communications from VTU and a diploma in electronics. He is also an OMG- certified UML and SysML professional and a TUV SuD certified functional safety engineer.
Who Should Attend
Functional safety engineers, Functional safety managers, Systems engineers, Safety consultants