Meeting ISO 26262 Compliance: A Guide to Success with Model-Based Design. Part 2

Meeting ISO 26262 Compliance_ A Guide to Success with Model-Based Design

1.5 hour | Free | Online | Bence Nagy

When it comes to ISO 26262 compliance, it’s not just about meeting standards; it’s about navigating a landscape where every design decision matters and safety is non-negotiable.

We understand the complexities involved, and to help fellow engineers out, we created this two-part workshop. This isn’t a generic overview; it’s a focused journey tailored to engineers’ specific challenges in developing safety-related embedded systems.

How this workshop will help engineers:

The workshop covers the whole model-based design process for ISO 26262, which is particularly helpful for systems engineers, requirements engineers, embedded system developers, and test engineers. We will use a highway lane following application as a practical example to demonstrate how model-based design can be your compass through safety challenges.

How this workshop will help business:

Investing in compliance is an investment in the future of business. You can ensure that your products not only meet safety standards but also gain a competitive edge in the market. This workshop will empower you to elevate your engineering processes, enhancing efficiency and, ultimately, delivering safer, high-quality products.


Part 1. The first session took place on March 7, 2024. In part 1, we walked through the model-based design process for ISO 26262, from system design to software development.  If you missed it, watch the recording here

Part 2. The second session will take place on April 16, 2024. In this second session, we will focus on embedded coder generation. In addition, we will learn about verification, and validation, and finally, we will conclude with tool qualification.

  • A brief summary of Part 1
  • ISO 26262 overview
  • Embedded Coder generation
  • Verification and Validation
  • Tool qualification

Key Takeaways:

  1. In-depth insights: Dive deep into ISO 26262 compliance, exploring the nuances of system design, software development, verification, validation, and tool qualification.
  2. See it in action: See firsthand how a model-based design workflow can cut through compliance complexities in a live demonstration using a real-world application.
  3. Applicable knowledge: Move beyond theory with practical insights you can apply immediately. Learn how to tackle your unique challenges in safety-related embedded system development.

Join us for a workshop that’s not just about compliance but about empowering you to overcome the challenges unique to your role as an automotive engineer. Compliance shouldn’t be a maze—it should be your strategic advantage.

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About the Speaker(s)

  • Bence Nagy

    Application Engineer

    Bence’s consulting and development work focus on model-based design and vehicle dynamics simulations.

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