Designing Safer Cars – A Journey in ISO26262 Territories2018-08-23T07:13:48+00:00
Conference:DVClub Europe – October 2015 (click here to see full programme)
Speaker:Jean-Marc Foley, Verification Group/Corporate Application Engineer
Automotive Functional Safety Professional.
Organisation:Synopsys
Presentation Title:Functional Safety in Hardware Verification (working title)
Abstract:Despite being several years old, with a revision actively being worked on, the ISO26262 standard is still an unknown or very new and frightening mystery to many IC/IP designers and verifiers. It is definitively a broad standard, which can be read in multiple ways and at multiple levels, but it inherits from exiting best practices and standards like IEC61508. In any case, the ISO26262 is built on a few fundamental and structuring ideas which should guide all the designers and verifiers of safety related elements. They will be highlighted together with a perspective on tool qualification, on functional and safety verification.

  • ISO26262 Essence
  • Systematic & random faults
  • Tool qualification
Biography:Jean-Marc Forey has a degree from the ‘Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg’ (1988). He has held hardware development positions in Thomson CSF, Matra Marconi Space, Philips TRT, Hewlett-Packard. He has been Senior Verification Application Engineer for Synopsys. He has been working on Certitude (a fault injection tool) since 2005 for Certess, SpringSoft and now for Synopsys Verification Group. He is heavily involved with Certitude specifications. Jean-Marc Forey has been certified “Automotive Functional Safety Professional” in 2013 by TUV SUD.

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