In this ISO 26262 focused webinar we will examine the following questions-
How many fault injection tests are really necessary to ensure a safe application execution?
Is requirement-based testing a better and safer way to ensure high quality software?
Is fault injection testing a subset of requirements based testing, and does it deliver the desirable outcome?
We will look at which test conditions are necessary and explain why both Fault Injection Testing and Requirement-Based Testing are included separately in the ISO 26262.
A high product quality requires complete and efficient software testing. In this one hour webinar we will show common procedures from the aviation industry and compare them with those of the automotive industry. We will answer common questions about how to increase the quality in software projects, reduce costs and save development time.
- Test methods in ISO 26262
- Expectations to Fault Injection Tests
- Requirements based testing
- Normative guidelines aviation
- Fault Injection Test and requirements
- Practically examples
- Using stubs / mocks in unit test
- Code Coverage by Fault Injection
Martin Heininger is the founder and managing director of Heicon Global Engineering. For nearly twenty years he has been responsible for management and implementation of functional safety standards in projects for Aerospace, industrial automation, the automotive industry, medicine and other industries.
Ingo Nickles is a Field Application Engineer at Vector Software. He is responsible for customer support and project management. He has more than 20 years of experience in the Software development, system design, software testing and agile development methods.https://softwaretesting.vectorcast.com/acton/formfd/10305/0018:d-009f