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One of our last webinars, titled: "How Important is the Tool Qualification in the DO178, ISO 26262, IEC 61508, IEC 62304 ... Really?" animated many of the participants to ask the following vital question: “Which role does the compiler play in projects concerning Functional Safety?”.
During the development of safety-related software, functional safety standards such as ISO26262 (Automobile) or EN50128 (Rail), to name a few, postulate that special requirements apply to the tools used during development, this includes compiler software.
However, when working with a compiler, additional challenges and aspects become relevant to the validation / verification process. While the compiler is the central tool of any development process, the measures proposed in the standards are of very limited use in practice.
The goal of this webinar is to provide you, the participant, with a comprehensive compiler verification / validation process that possesses “highly recommended” status for all safety-critical projects.
We would be pleased if you would join us on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 03:00 pm (Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris)
- Common methods of tool qualification
- Assessment of tool qualification measures
- Minimizing the risk of undetected compiler errors
- Industry-specific qualification measures
- Unit test with cross-compilers
- Live demo
Martin Heininger, founder and CEO of HEICON Global Engineering, has been personally responsible for managing and executing functional safety projects in industries such as aerospace, industrial automation, automotive, and medical technology for nearly twenty years.
Ingo Nickles is a Senior Field Application Engineer at Vector Software, his responsibilities include fields such as customer and project support. He has over 25 years of professional experience in software development, system design, software testing and agile development methods.
We wish to remind you that, as always, the number of participants is very limited! Please register as soon as possible to ensure that you may take part in the webinar.
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