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Training on ISO 26262 Process for Automotive Functional Safety

Event location: Logic Technology office
Van Horneplein 6
6019 BW Wessem
(near Roermond)
The Netherlands
Event date and time:   10/03/2020 09:00
We, at Logic Technology, offer this three day training where the professionals get to learn about the process requirements for implementing functional safety right from the concept phase to system and software. In addition to it the course will also focus on management of functional safety from an organizational and product point of view. This will also talk about safety analysis and ASIL determinations. If you need answers to queries about functional safety issues, then this is the right place you need to be in.

Who Should attend

The training is designed to support the requirements of software development teams, verification and validation teams and those aiming to achieve safety critical certifications for their projects in various domains.
  • Safety & security managers
  • Software developers 
  • System engineers
  • System architects
  • OEMs
  • Quality managers
  • IV & V 


  • Introduction to Functional safety
  • Scope of ISO 26262
  • Management of Functional safety - Part 2
  • Concept Phase - Part 3
  • Part 9 – ASIL Levels and Determination 
  • Part 4 – Product Development at System Level
  • Part 6 – Product Development at Software Level
  • Part 8 – Supporting Processes
  • Certification aspects and tool qualification
  • Conclusion


This is a paid three day training course on March 10-12, 2020.

Register yourself for more details and fee structure.

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Meet the Trainer

This training is presented by Logic Technology in cooperation with our partner LDRA. Our trainer is Andrew Banks, technical specialist at LDRA with more than 25 years’ experience of high-integrity real-time/embedded software development. A Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society, he graduated from the University of Lancaster in 1989, and has spent most of his career within the aerospace, defence and automotive sectors.

Andrew is committed to standards development. He has been involved with MISRA since 2007 and has been Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group since early 2013; he is the Chairman of the BSI “Software Testing” Working Group; and an active participant in other BSI, ISO, IET and SCSC work, including the recent revision of
ISO 26262.

Andrew; “As well as being technically focused, I'm also a strong advocate of Continued Professional Development, and of encouraging all engineers to gain Professional Accreditation - as such, I'm a Mentor for both the BCS and the IET... personally I am privileged to have been awarded IEng MIET FBCS CITP”