ELEC room B91.200, Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Leuven
The challenge for autonomous systems is substantial. They will only be accepted if we can fully trust them. To achieve this, a systematic engineering process that takes safety and security issues into account from the very beginning is needed. While for self-driving cars, current demonstrators are giving impressive results, the gap between a proof of concept and failure-proof general use in the public domain is wide. Approaches and certification like we can witness in the aviation sector will be a must.
This talk will present the outline of the safety driven engineering process as reflected in safety standards like IEC-26262 in the automotive sector and DO-178/254 in the aviation sector. As will be shown, trustworthiness is achieved by a combination of managed engineering processes, adequate architecture and the existence of domain specific processes that continuously see to improve the trustworthiness of the system. This also goes hand in hand with not considering the product as the end-goal but as the service it provides.
Talk given by Eric Verhulst, Altreonic, Kurt.Mobi
About the Autonomous Systems Belgium meetup group
Whether you work on self-driving cars, drones, or robots full time, part time, as a hobby, or you simply love creating things, this group is for you!
Join us and meet other engineers, enthusiasts, entrepreneurs. During the hands-on sessions we will work in a casual setting on the latest in new autonomous systems platforms, software, hardware and sensor technologies. You can bring your own idea or let our speaker events inspire you.
We are trying to develop a strong community dedicated to moving the Belgian autonomous systems industry forward by bringing the best minds in the area together to network, brainstorm, collaborate, and take real action to execute new ideas and visions.
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