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Automotive Electronics Reliability Part 2:

Designing Automotive Electronics to Meet ISO 26262 Safety and Reliability Targets

In this webinar, learn how to meet ISO 26262 (a safety-related specification for automotive E/E systems) using a dedicated model-based simulation workflow.


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About this Webinar

Accurate life predictions and failure analysis are critical for complex electronic systems in automobiles that must meet ISO 26262 objectives and today's reliability needs. This presentation shows how Ansys Sherlock and Ansys medini analyze can establish a model-based workflow for reliability predictions and functional safety analysis. In addition, an example use case around FMEDA will outline how failure rate predictions are completed at early stages using handbook data and consistently refined with accurate life predictions using a Physics of Failure (PoF) approach.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn about the safety and reliability requirements listed in ISO 26262
  • Understand how you can meet automotive electronics industry specs using simulation
  • Get an in-depth look at a step-by-step automotive safety & reliability simulation workflow and demo

Who Should Attend

Reliability Engineers, Safety Engineers, Safety Analysts, PCB Designers, Mechanical Engineers, Thermal Engineers, Structural Engineers, Quality Managers


Michael Sodden, Sebastien Hoetzel

In Case You Missed It

View the other webinars in the series, now available on-demand: