Webinar: How to Evaluate Hardware Architecture Metrics for Automotive ECUs

Webinar: How to Evaluate Hardware Architecture Metrics for Automotive ECUs (Using FMEDA Method)

Webinar: How to Evaluate Hardware Architecture Metrics for Automotive ECUs (Using FMEDA Method)

Fail-Safe Automotive Components = Safety of the ‘Lives on the Road’.

In-order to deliver such fail-safe designs, your Functional-Safety Partner/Engineers should develop an in-depth understanding of ‘how the system may fail’ and the required ‘safe-state’.

The above can be achieved, once you derive the Hardware Architecture Metrics like SPFM, LPFM and PMHF.

We know the metrics that are required. But what about the method to derive them?

FMEDA, an automotive industry accepted method, best suits the derivation of the hardware architecture metrics.

This webinar will showcase a Step-by-Step Flowchart of the entire FMEDA Process. And we will cement the learning of this theory by discussing a real-world FMEDA Project example.

Key Takeaways from the FMEDA Webinar

  1. Terms and Definitions regarding FMEDA
  2. The FMEDA method Flowchart
  3. A Hands-on for FMEDA Analysis
  4. Frequently Asked Questions regarding FMEDA

Your webinar hosts

Poornima Jha

Functional Safety Manager
Embitel Technologies

SivaKumar J

Functional Safety Consultant
Embitel Technologies

On-demand Webinar

Release Date: Monday, February 25th, 2019

Duration: 25 mins

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