Automated Driving - Safeguarding and Market Introduction
The seminar presents the necessary and sufficient conditions for bringing automated vehicles onto the market. In addition, requirements for product monitoring and market surveillance will be derived, which can be used to ensure that the technology proves itself throughout the entire product life cycle. The question is addressed as to what forms automated driving can be expected to take in private transport, local passenger and freight transport, long-distance transport and in very special areas of application, and what opportunities connectivity and digitization of the technology open up.
The seminar is aimed at engineers who are faced with the task of making automated vehicles ready for the market and providing legally compliant proof of the safety of these vehicles.
The course teaches the steps necessary to bring an automated vehicle to the market. In particular, it deals with how the safety of such vehicles can be proven and documented.
- National and international laws and regulations
- Safety standards (functional safety, safety of the intended function, cyber security)
- Positive risk balance
- Technically unavoidable residual risks
- Proof of operational reliability
- Epidemiological and systemic approaches in safety and risk analyses
- Development of automation in
- Customer vehicles
- People & goods movers
- Heavy commercial vehicles
- Special applications
- Connectivity and digital mobility ecosystems
TÜV SÜD Rail GmbH
Udo Steininger is Chief Expert Automotive Safety at TÜV SÜD Rail GmbH. He has been involved in the safety of complex human-machine systems for over 35 years. After studying physics at the Technical University of Dresden, he worked for 5 years in reactor safety research. Since 1991, he has been working at TÜV SÜD on the topics of risk, reliability and safety in various fields of application - first in industry, then in railroads and, for the last 20 years, in the field of motor vehicles. For the past 15 years, he has specialized in assisted and automated driving. Initially, the focus of his work was on safety assessment during development, testing of vehicles and vehicle systems, and safety driver training. He currently supports manufacturers, suppliers and mobility service providers in the market introduction of systems for automated driving and related services. He is active in the DIN Automotive Standards Committee (ISO 26262 and ISO 21448) and is a member of the Safety - Methods and Processes - Advisory Board of the VDI Society for Vehicle and Transport Technology (FVT). Udo Steininger was a lecturer at the Munich University of Applied Sciences for many years and is a guest lecturer at the Chair of Automotive Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. His column on the current status and development of automated driving appears regularly in carhs' SafetyNews.
|07 Feb - 08 Feb 2024||English||830 EUR (990 EUR from 2024.01.11 )||4326|
|Online (Online-Seminar)||» 注册|
|星期三||09:00 - 13:00|
|星期四||09:00 - 13:00|
|05 Jun 2024||Deutsch||830 EUR (990 EUR from 2024.05.09 )||4327|
|Alzenau (carhs.training gmbh, Siemensstraße 12, 63755 Alzenau)||» 注册|
|星期三||09:00 - 17:00|
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