Are you a software professional who is experienced in standard development techniques and would like to learn about the basic concepts of developing reusable embedded software components for Automotive?
ISO26262 defines a methodology for creating hardware and software elements for reuse in the development of road vehicles - this is known as a SEooC - Safety Element out of Context. This is the fifth in a series of HCC Embedded webinars that addresses some of the most challenging aspects of developing software elements that can be reused in different projects.
In this free HCC Embedded webinars, HCC Embedded CEO Dave Hughes will explain the basic methodology of developing a safety software component out of context and then use a practical example to illustrate some of the key some of the key concepts and how they differ from standard development methods. He will introduce the four different methods ISO26262 provides for doing this and then focus on the most powerful of these methodologies to show the processes that must be considered when creating a reusable embedded software module. This webinar will cover all aspects of the process starting from the initial validation of the SEooC for suitability, and then covering integration to the target, tailoring and on-target validation of the element. The final part of the process is to understand the full lifecycle maintenance of the element and how this can integrate with different safety development systems.
Though specifically based on the ISO26262 standard, the methodology for creating safety-focused reusable software elements is directly relevant to other vertical markets such as Industrial, Medical or Aerospace.
When: Thursday, September 19
- Attend at your convenience. Pick from four broadcast times that cover most major time zones or listen on demand afterwards.
Want to attend? Register now at www.hcc-embedded.com/introduction-to-reusable-embedded-software-components-for-automotive