Digital Safety Conference - Detroit
The safety and security of products is becoming increasingly important as products become more complex. To meet the challenges of complexity, you must consider four key areas: functional safety and security; safe software; systems simulation and virtual perception; and testing.
ANSYS offers software solutions that help you design products that meet these requirements through systems simulation and validation.
The ANSYS Digital Safety Conference is the leading event for anyone interested in (1) functional safety, (2) embedded systems and software, and (3) systems simulation and testing in the automotive and aerospace & defense (A&D) sectors, among others. This action-packed, two-day event will include one day of presentations and one day of hands-on workshops. Join us in Berlin or Detroit to hear from global industry leaders about major digital safety issues, including:
- Standards compliance — ISO 26262, DO-178C, ARP4754A and ARP4761
- An end-to-end autonomous vehicle development tool chain
- Safety-critical embedded software development
- The challenges of SOTIF
- Closed-loop simulation utilizing virtual reality applications
- Systematic cybersecurity thread identification and analysis
Agenda Driven by Experience
Rather than organizing tracks based on sponsor levels, we have created an agenda based on industry experience to help you identify problems and discuss possible solutions.
Exclusive Attendee List
Attendance at the Digital Safety Conference is by invitation only, ensuring specialized OEM & Tier attendees focused on functional safety, embedded software and systems simulation.
Cross Functional Discussions
Our curated attendee list allows you to engage in cross functional discussions spanning departments, applications and continents.
Dedicated time will be reserved to network with other attendees and speakers to continue discussions on topics of mutual interest.
Day 1: Conference Agenda at a Glance
|08:30 – 09:00||Welcome & Coffee|
|09:00 – 09:10||
Opening the conference
|09:10 – 09:50||
|09:50 – 10:30||
A tool enabled collaborative approach allowing parallel development, IP protection, and efficient transfer of information for ISO26262 compliant projects
10:30 – 10:50
|10:50 – 11:30||Use and creation of an advanced parts library at Delphi
Karen Zimmerman, Delphi Technologies
|11:30 – 12:10||First Steps towards Safety Argumentation using Medini Analyze
Tom Tasky, FEV
|12:10 – 01:10||Lunch|
|01:10 – 01:30||Cyber threat review
|01:30 – 02:10||Cyber Security Analysis with medini
Kamil Svancara, ZF Group
|02:10 – 02:50||Applying Airborne Simulation strategies for Fail-Operational Real-Time Automotive Embedded Systems
Amine Smires, CS Communication & Systems North America
|03:40 – 04:00||Break|
|04:00 – 04:40||TBA
|04:40 – 05:20||ANSYS AV Simulation Platform
Bernard Dion, ANSYS Inc.
|05:20 - 5:40||Closing note
Dr. Olaf Kath, ANSYS medini Technologies AG
|05:40||End of Day 1 & Networking Evening|
Day 2: Workshop Agenda at a Glance
Workshop topics include:
Management Education Center
The Management Education Center (MEC) is a full service conference center located in SE Michigan 20 miles north of Detroit. Parking is free and conveniently located very close to the building.
MEC Conference and Event Center
811 West Square Lake Road
Troy, MI 48098