Semiconductor Automotive Functional Safety training is a three-day training & certification course hosted in partnership with SGS-TÜV.
Introduction to Semiconductor Development
The first day of training will address objectives & strategies for safe semiconductor development according to the second edition of the ISO 26262 standard. Topics include Functional Safety Management and how to build an SEooC framework for semiconductor elements.
- Introduction to Functional Safety & ISO 26262
- Functional Safety Management
- QM Supporting Processes
- Confidence in the Use of Software Tools
- Introduction into Design Verification
- Usage/Qualification of Legacy Components
- Difference in SEiC & SEooC Developments
Compliant Interpretation of ISO 26262 for Semiconductor Development
On the second day, kVA will discuss selected safety mechanisms for IC & IP level semiconductors covered by Part 11. Participants will step through a semiconductor development project and learn how to apply the new ISO 26262 Part 11 to safety-related activities.
- Overview of Semiconductor Safety Lifecycle
- Semiconductor Development Project Exercise
- Initiation Activities
- Necessary Assumptions
- Technical Safety Requirements at System & Hardware Level
- Design and Verification by FMEDA
- Test & Production
Supporting Processes & Optional SC-AFSP Personal Certification Exam
On the final day, kVA will present basics about FMEDAs for ICs & IPs. Then in the afternoon participants will have the option to achieve “Semiconductor Automotive Functional Safety Professional” qualification by SGS-TÜV Saar. This one hour written exam consists of all multiple-choice questions.
- Wrap-Up & Discussion
- Optional SC-AFSP Personal Certification Exam