Optimising functional safety for multicore applications on AURIX

This free-to-attend ONLINE event on the 18th March 2021, will be exploring all the latest developments for the AURIX microcontroller.

A variety of industry leading speakers will cover topics which introduce the technology for adoptation into your development right through to moving towards with the second generation releases.

Agenda, all times are Central European Time (CET):

10.15 Welcome and housekeeping
10.30 What programmers should know about the AURIXTM 2G architecture - Sandeep Vangipuram, Infineon
11.00 Maximising parallel performance with the AURIXTM microcontroller - Nick Merriam, Gliwa
11.30 Balancing the load of a safety critical multicore system - Bharath Koppa, Tasking
12.00 BREAK - Breakout rooms open
12.30 Ensure freedom from interference (FFI) for ASIL applications - Bharath Koppa, Tasking
13.00 Partitioning or full safe BSW for your AUTOSAR basic software - Stephen Waldron, Vector GB
13.30 A basic introduction to meeting safety goals with AURIX 2G - Gururaj Nath, Hitex (UK) Ltd
14.00 LUNCH - Breakout rooms open
14.30 MISRA compliance - Chris Tapp, LDRA
15.00 Safety code and standard code: what is the practical difference? - Dave Hughes, HCC Embedded
15.30 Driving the AURIX pedigree forwards - Dave Greenhill, Hitex (UK) Ltd
16.00 CLOSE - Breakout rooms open until 16.30
This event is no longer accepting registrations. You can watch a video of the HCC presentation "Safety code and standard code: what is the practical difference?" here below.