T&VS is working with the UK Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) Software Engineering Working Group to bring together a community of interested parties to address the challenges faced in the Verification and Validation (V&V) of Autonomous Systems Software.
The initiative kicked-off with a series of free Webinars that discussed the various facets of trustworthiness for Autonomous Systems Software such as:
- Safety, Reliability, Availability, Resilience and Security
Autonomous systems represent a huge global market opportunity and recent Government initiatives make the UK an attractive centre for developing products. For example, the British government recently announced new laws to allow autonomous cars on UK roads by January 2015. However, to make such products a reality requires a full understanding of the validation and verification mandated by the governing safety standards (such as ISO26262 for automotive).
The following recordings are from the first three meetings and include the slides sets, the accompanying audio plus the audio capture of the discussions.
|Date||Session Title & Video|
|3rd September, 2014||
Introduction to V&V of Autonomous Systems
|17th September, 2014||
Safety Aspects in V&V of Autonomous Systems
|1st October, 2014||
Security Aspects in V&V of Autonomous Systems
For additional information on the agenda topic the following article by Dr Mike Bartley is now available: “Verification and Validation of Autonomous Systems Software”.
To discuss getting involved in the group and to participate in the discussions please Contact Us.
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About The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)
The Knowledge Transfer Network spans the technologies underpinning devices, tools and technologies that are taken for granted today—and that will be taken for granted tomorrow. KTN is committed to connecting people who don’t usually meet because that’s where the magic happens. Whether this means farmers talking to sensors specialists about sustainable agriculture; or materials scientists talking to laser scientists about 3D printing—we exist to put innovation into practical use. Why not check out the KTN website here.