There is a clear trend for more and more embedded systems in all kind of products and machines across all industries. In parallel with this increasing share of embedded systems the complexity of those systems grows, too. These effects are valid for example also in the automotive industry, when developing medical devices or solutions for hi-tech-manufacturing/automation industries.
Understanding the relevant standards for functional safety like IEC 61508 or ISO 26262 naturally is the starting point. On top of that the expertise, how to apply and live those standards in individual projects, can only be acquired as hands-on experience.
Holger Soukup, head of hardware development at Tieto Embedded Systems, will give a presentation about “Funktionale Sicherheit im Rahmen von Dienstleistungsprojekten für Embedded Systems” at the Baikem Netzwerktreffen (http://www NULL.tieto NULL.com/dach/archive/event-calendar/2012/baikem-netzwerktreffen--embedded-systems?view=q&date=2012-07-02) on 12th of July in Munich. He will talk about experiences and best practices in various projects with embedded hard- and software development.
Have you ever faced issues with (Functional) Safety requirements in your projects or products? Have you ensured that your engineering partner (http://www NULL.tieto NULL.com/what-we-offer/rd-services/high-tech-manufacturing/product-engineering-consulting-services) has all certifications and knows what Functional Safety means?
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