2.5-Day Course Overview
This training course is designed for engineers seeking to successfully apply ISO 26262 to their safety-related semiconductor programs.
The training starts with an overview of ISO 26262:2018, followed by an in-depth discussion of all semiconductor key topics in ISO 26262-Part 11: Guidelines on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors. kVA’s expert instructors will describe functional safety for a wide range of semiconductor technologies and components including microcontrollers, analog and mixed-signal designs, programmable logic devices, memories and IPs. Functional safety analyses such as Dependent Failure Analysis (DFA) and Failure Modes, Effects and Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA) are presented from a semiconductor viewpoint, including worked examples of DFA and FMEDA.
ISO 26262 Training Topics
- Introduction to ISO 26262:2018
- SEooC framework for semiconductor elements
- Semiconductor component development according to Part 11
- Semiconductor quantitative hardware metrics
- Digital Components including microcontrollers and memories
- Analog elements, programmable logic devices, & IPs
- Dependent failure analysis
- Semiconductor safety evaluation
Optional UL-CFSP Exam
Participants who complete all 2.5 days of training are eligible to take a two hour certification exam on the afternoon of the third day. This designation is conferred by UL as a Certified Functional Safety Professional in Semiconductor or UL-CFSP. Results are provided immediately.