ISO 26262 - Introduction to hardware safety analysis (FMEDA) - English

Instructor-led Training3 days

Systems with electrical and/or electronic components that perform safety functions must be assessed with regard to safety aspects (so-called hardware safety analysis). In this training you will be introduced to a procedure using the example of "low beam", with which you can systematically derive the safety objectives for your item, secure the hardware design via a system FMEA and carry out the calculation of the quantitative parameters (SPFM, LFM and PMHF) in an Excel FMEDA. You will learn how to define suitable safety mechanisms and analyse multiple faults in a fault tree (FTA). For all results documents, you will be given recommendations on how they should be structured in a way that is suitable for review.

  • Brief overview of ISO 26262
  • Important terms and procedures
  • Introduction to hardware safety analysis according to ISO 26262-5
  • Step-by-step structure of the "low beam" training example
  • Deriving the safety objectives incl. ASIL with the hazard and risk analysis
  • Validation of the hardware design with the system FMEA
  • Presentation of important reference works for failure rates (e.g. SN29500)
  • Calculation of FuSi metrics in FMEDA (Excel)
  • Definition of suitable safety mechanisms against single failures
  • Analysis of multiple failures with fault tree (FTA)
  • Definition of suitable safety mechanisms against multiple faults
  • Notes/recommendations from TÜV Süd for reviewable documentation of the results in the various FuSi documents

- You will be able to apply the hardware safety analysis (FMEDA). - You will be able to perform a hazard and risk analysis. - You will be able to implement appropriate safety mechanisms with Diagnostic Coverage (DC).

All participants in an R&D project who have to systematically analyse their item for single and multiple defects and calculate the quantitative parameters according to ISO 26262.

Basic knowledge of the ISO 26262 standard.

This online course is run in cooperation with APIS Informationstechnologien GmbH. Please book the second part of the package at https://www.apis.de/pub/docs/training/ApisWB06.2.p... sessions each from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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