kVA’s new two-day training course, “Semiconductor Functional Safety Based on ISO 26262,” is designed for engineers seeking to successfully apply ISO 26262 to their safety-related semiconductor programs.
The training starts with a short overview of key concepts of ISO 26262 parts 1-10, followed by in-depth discussion of all key topics in ISO 26262 Part 11 (PAS 19451). kVA’s expert instructors will describe functional safety for a wide range of semiconductor products including microcontrollers, analog and mixed-signal designs, FPGAs, and IPs. Functional safety analyses such as DFAs and FMEDAs are presented from a semiconductor viewpoint, including worked examples of DFA and FMEDAs. Emerging frameworks for Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF), for example from the draft ISO 21448 standard, will also be addressed.
Day 1 Topics
- Introduction to ISO 26262 and PAS 19451
- SEooC Framework for Semiconductor Elements
- Semiconductor Component Development According to PAS 19451
- Semiconductor Quantitative Hardware Metrics
Day 2 Topics
- Digital Components including Microcontrollers and Memories
- Analog Elements, Programmable Logic Devices, & IPs
- Dependent Failure Analysis
- Semiconductor Safety Qualification and Certification
- Overview of SOTIF and Autonomy Applications