May 23 - 25, 2016
DoubleTree by Hilton Dearborn Detroit, Detroit, MI

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Innovative & Safe Vehicle Technology with Gary Streelman

An interactive interview with Gary Streelman, Director of Advanced Engineering & New Concepts at Magneti Marelli. Gary speaks to us about what is currently being worked on at Magneti Marelli as far as new concepts for electronics infotainment, tools & strategies available to increase security of vehicle communication systems, how the industry needs to strike the correct balance of innovation & security, what “future” technology that he is most excited for, and more!

Panel: Hardware and Software System Integration Safety and Priorities for the Autonomous Car

A panel discussion including experts Paul Cummings, Principal at Honda Research Institute, Hakan Sivencrona, Functional Safety Manager/Lead System Engineer at Delphi, and Rob Gee, Head of Product Management, Software and Connected Solutions at Continental. They speak about best practices in intermarrying various critical equipment, determining and incorporating integration priority levels, testing for and identifying non-obvious failures caused during integration.

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Articles

Embedded Systems Survey Uncovers Trends & Concerns For Engineers

The Embedded Market Study solicits responses from readers of UBM's Electronics brands, including EBN, EDN, EE Times, Embedded.com, and Planet Analog. The survey itself was developed and managed by an independent research company and covers a variety of topics. Findings include types of technology used, all aspects of the embedded development process, IoT emergence, tools used, work environments, applications, methods/processes, operating systems used, reasons for using chips and technologies, and brands and chips being considered by embedded developers.

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Hardware and Software System Integration Safety and Priorities for the Autonomous Car

A panel discussion on best practices in intermarrying various critical equipment, determining and incorporating integration priority levels, and testing for and identifying non-obvious failures caused during integration. With Paul Cummings, Principal at Honda Research Institute, Hakan Sivencrona, Functional Safety Manager/Lead System Engineer at Delphi, and Rob Gee, Head of Product Management, Software and Connected Solutions at Continental.

Developing Safe and Secure Software to Achieve ISO 26262 Compliance

Shan Bhattacharya, Director of Business Development at LDRA, discusses how software platforms have become an increasingly critical part of the infrastructure for the automobile of tomorrow. This is more true than ever in the case of the autonomous car. This session will explore safety and security critical software development and testing practices towards meeting standards compliance: · Managing traceability throughout requirements, design, code, tests, and compliance artifacts across a distributed team · Automating coding standards compliance, unit testing, structural coverage analysis, and data/ control flow analysis · Meeting compliance to ISO 26262 objectives and tool certification and qualification

Presentations

The Future of ADAS and Core Technologies for the Autonomous Car - From an ISO 26262 perspective

An exclusive presentation by Dr. Hakan Sivencrona, Functional Safety Manager/Lead System Engineer at Delphi, and ISO 26262 International expert. Hakan presents on Challenges with applying ISO 26262, Verifying and validating - Autonomous systems, Core architectures, and more!

Making your ISO 26262 Flow Flawless - Establishing Confidence in Verification Tools

Bryan Ramirez, FPGA Product Technologist at Mentor, explores Mentor Automotive’s diverse functional safety verification suite. Ramirez explains the ISO 26262 tool qualification requirements for design and verification tools, and how this affects a typical tool suite. He also investigates how toll qualification affects customers, and proposes a tool qualification strategy with respective merits and shortcomings.

Agile Automated Software Testing Into Automotive V-Model Process

Xavier Martin Artal, Software QA Manager at Idneo discusses automotive trends such as car connectivity, car telematics project challenges, use case solution: from V-Model to Agile Testing, and more!

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Interviews

Innovative & Safe Vehicle Technology with Gary Streelman - PDF

Interview with Gary Streelman, Director of Advanced Engineering & New Concepts at Magneti Marelli. Gary speaks to us about what is currently being worked on at Magneti Marelli as far as new concepts for electronics infotainment, tools & strategies available to increase security of vehicle communication systems, how the industry needs to strike the correct balance of innovation & security, what “future” technology that he is most excited for, and more!

Executing System and Component Level Testing

Cody Fleming, Assistant Professor of Systems and Information Engineering at the University of Virginia, speaks about how importance of software integration, challenges regarding software integration, a glimpse at how to execute system and component level testing, and his speaking session this May titled, Seamless Software Integration: Tools Allowing For Component & System Interoperability.