Online-Training / 3/14 - 3/16/2022
UL CERTIFIED AUTONOMY SAFETY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN ISO 21448
- 3/14 - 3/16/2022
- 2.5 Days
- 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
- Examination Fee
- $ 500.00 per participant
- Online Price
- $ 1,995.00 per participant, plus VAT
Upon successful completion of this training workshop, you will be able to:
Understand the fundamentals of SOTIF according to the ISO 21448 framework in order to comprehend and construct development processes for ADAS and AV systems that achieve SOTIF
Perform hazard analysis and risk assessment in accordance with ISO 21448, including definition of acceptance criteria for validation of ADAS and AV systems
Analyze systems with respect to both triggering conditions and functional insufficiencies, and derive scenario testing to fully develop and verify performance in the face of such conditions
Develop a verification and validation strategy to address both known and unknown hazardous scenarios through a combination of testing methods and techniques applied at the system level and vehicle level
- Understand the role of simulation, vehicle scenario test and vehicle field/fleet test in the creation of a complete verification and validation argument
This 2.5-day training course establishes guiding principles and practical best-practices for autonomous vehicle safety as described in the ISO 21448 standard – “Road vehicles – Safety of the intended functionality.”
The course agenda closely aligns to the ISO 21448 standard, and the relevant certification is for autonomous and semi-autonomous (or ‘automated driver assist’) systems, ranging from Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) autonomy levels 1-5. Several group exercises and work examples are included to illustrate key concepts on relevant real-world automotive technologies and systems.
- Introduction to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AV)
- Safety of the Intended Function (SOTIF)
- The ISO 21448 framework for SOTIF
- ADAS and AV system specification and design
- Hazard identification and risk analysis
- Acceptance criteria, validation targets and validation effort using rationale such as:
- Globalement au moins aussi bon or “globally at least as good” (GAMAB)
- “As low as reasonably practicable” (ALARP)
- “Minimal endogenous mortality” (MEM)
- Analysis of functional insufficiencies and triggering conditions using various methods such as failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA), fault tree analysis (FTA), and systems theoretic process analysis (STPA)
- Functional modifications to reduce SOTIF risks
- Developing a complete verification and validation strategy
- Verification: evaluating known hazardous scenarios using scenario testing at the system and vehicle levels
- Validation: evaluating unknown hazardous scenarios using simulation and test
- Defining a criteria for SOTIF release and the associated SOTIF release process
- Operating phase activities necessary for post-release implementation in the field
- An introduction to other relevant safety standards in ADAS and AV
- Process-oriented requirements for safety development processes
- Wrap-up and discussion topics
- AV hardware and software developers
- Simulation engineers working with ADAS and AV verification
- Test and validation engineers
- Project and product leaders
- Compliance engineers
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Optional UL Certified Autonomy Safety Professional Exam
Participants who complete the full 2.5-day of training are eligible to take a two-hour certification exam in the afternoon of the third day.
Those who pass the exam are individually certified as a UL Certified Autonomy Safety Professional (UL-CASP) in ISO 21448.
Upon the successful completion of the UL-CASP exam, participants will receive a certificate and badge that they can use to demonstrate their competence in the ISO 21448 AV safety standard.
The certification is good for three years, after which individuals may recertify.