IEEE Computer Society: Automotive Functional Safety


An ISO 26262 Perspective by Rami Debouk, GM R&D


For road vehicles, ISO 26262 is currently the de facto standard for functional safety in the
automotive electronics domain. The standard applies to all activities during the safety lifecycle
of safety-related systems. At the concept phase of ISO 26262 is the risk assessment process
that focuses on possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behavior of E/E safety-related
systems and mitigating them through the identification of safety goals. The design phase
includes System, Hardware and Software Development; whose requirements are derived from
the safety goals. ISO 26262 also prescribes the functional safety management to be followed
during the safety lifecycle and does support distributed development



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  • Lawrence Technological University
  • Southfield, Michigan
  • United States 48075
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  Speakers

Rami Debouk

Rami Debouk of General Motors

Topic:

Automotive Functional Safety

For road vehicles, ISO 26262 is currently the de facto standard for functional safety in the
automotive electronics domain. The standard applies to all activities during the safety lifecycle
of safety-related systems. At the concept phase of ISO 26262 is the risk assessment process
that focuses on possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behavior of E/E safety-related
systems and mitigating them through the identification of safety goals. The design phase
includes System, Hardware and Software Development; whose requirements are derived from
the safety goals. ISO 26262 also prescribes the functional safety management to be followed
during the safety lifecycle and does support distributed development.

Biography:

Rami Debouk is a Staff Researcher at General Motors Global
R&D Center in Warren, Michigan, USA which he joined in 2000
after receiving his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His
research interests are in system safety methods and
techniques, system of systems, failure diagnosis, and fault
tolerant systems.
Rami represents the USA as a Technical Expert in the
development of the functional safety – road vehicles standard
ISO 26262. He was named the “Engineer of the Year” by the
International System Safety Society in 2009 and was the
recipient of the 2014 SAE/InterRegs Standards and Regulations
Award for his involvement in developing and implementing
safety processes and standards since 2001

Address:GM R&D Center, 30500 Mound Rd, Warren, United States, 48090

Sharan Kalwani

Sharan Kalwani

Topic:

Future Events: IEEE-Computer Society SE Michigan Chapter

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Biography:

Vice Chair of the SE Michigan IEEE Computer Society Chapter

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Agenda

6:00 PM - Welcome and Introductions, Chapter business update

6:15 PM - Technical Talk

7:30 PM - Q & A

7:45 PM - Wrap Up

7:45 to close - Networking 

 



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