Conference programme
The conference programme focuses on quality, safety and security of automobile electronics. The following topics will be addressed in different programme sessions running in parallel:
Process and Management Session: Quality, functional safety and security management
This session focusses on organisational aspects, infrastructure and process management, process assessments, safety and security audits. It will deal with management and organisational aspects of quality, functional safety and security in the context of standards such as ISO 26262, ISO/IEC 27000 series and Automotive SPICE®.
Methodology Session: Risk, safety and security analysis and assessments
This session contains specialist presentations on functional safety methodology, safety concepts and safety analysis and the implementation and interpretation of ISO 26262. Risk assessments and hazard analysis techniques for both safety and security of embedded systems are in the scope of this session.
Technical Session: Embedded safety and security
This session addresses technical engineering and focuses on embedded safety and security concepts. Discussion of measures for both hardware and software to avoid vulnerability of software-based systems in the vehicle are part of this session. Presentations on typical security threads for mobile embedded applications and the fundamental protective methodologies and technologies can be found here.

Highlights of the conference will be keynotes by top-class speakers, an expert discussion and an organized hands-on workshop day held by highly experienced trainers and experts.

Automotive SYS

Eighth VDA Automotive SYS Conference
Quality, Safety and Security for Automotive Software-based Systems
13–15 June 2018  in Berlin / Nauen


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