Originally presented on December 07, 2016

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ISO 26262 is the de facto safety standard for road vehicle electronic systems development and production. This comprehensive ten-part standard applies to all elements of vehicle design including functional safety, system development, hardware, software, supporting processes and more. Although it can be quite costly and daunting to implement, ISO 26262 is organized such that software components can be certified independent of the vehicle, which allows OEMs to take advantage of commercial off-the-shelf software to reduce their certification cost and risk.

This webinar, hosted by RTI and Verocel, will provide an overview of the ISO 26262 software objectives and how commercial software components like RTI Connext DDS can be assessed and used across many various platforms without modification. It will also show how Connext DDS reduces initial and recurring certification costs by decoupling modules and easing integration of components with different safety levels. The key characteristics of ISO 26262 reusable software are presented along with useful recommendations on how to integrate reusable software in subsequent ISO 26262 assessments.

Speakers:

Bob Leigh, Director of Market Development, RTI

Bob brings over 15 years’ experience developing new markets and building technology companies to his role as Director of Market Development at RTI. Bob graduated from Queen’s University with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering and has used his education in control and communication systems to engineer embedded solutions for a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, and transportation. At each venture he has lead the charge to create new technologies for emerging markets and disruptive applications.

Joe Wlad, Vice President of Business Development, Verocel

Joe has over 30 years' experience in aircraft, systems and software certification. He is an experienced FAA Designated Engineering Representative for systems and equipment and software. Since 1999, he has been involved in development, test and certification of many commercial operating systems. Mr. Wlad has co-authored patents on GPS integrity algorithms and led the certification of the first military GPS receiver to FAA standards.