As driver assistance functionality and connectivity are becoming increasingly important in cars, the focus in this training is mainly on FMEA for electrical / electronic (E/E) systems.
FMEA Monitoring and System Response (MSR) is supplemental to the Design FMEA. This is a qualitative risk analysis and mitigation tool to enhance E/E-systems design with the purpose of maintaining a safe operating mode and compliance to regulations. The applies to system, hardware and software development.
Failure Mode Effects and Diagnostics Analysis (FMEDA) is a quantitative risk analysis and mitigation tool which is embedded in the ISO 26262 standard 'Road Vehicles - Functional safety'. This is an adaptation of the IEC 61508 standard for functional safety of automotive E/E systems. ISO 26262 is an adjacent standard to the more famous IATF 16949 standard. FMEDA applies specifically to hardware development.
Both tools combined offer a strong solution to the challenges of the increasing number and complexity of these E/E systems in the automotive industry. This provides a methodology starting from the concept phase to a design that achieves an acceptable level of functional safety for the customers and end users.
This two-day training gives the participants the ability to use qualitative and quantitative methods to analyse the robustness of E/E systems design.
The first day participants will work on a case and the second day, together with the coach, you will put the newly gained knowledge into practice in your own company.
Included in this training: FMEA-MSR / FMEDA presentation (pdf-version), FMEA-MSR template, FMEDA template
Optional: ISO 26262 gap assessment template
Coach - Senior Expert Automotive
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