Event / 10/16/2019 - 10/17/2019
In recent years, the ELIV (Electronics In Vehicles) congress, which takes place every two years in Bonn, has undoubtedly evolved into the most important event of its kind – also in international comparison.
The exchange between vehicle manufacturers and suppliers during the congress is increasingly becoming a “must” in terms of identifying innovations, developments, and issues in automotive electronics from an early stage.
When introducing cooperative and highly automated systems to the market, proof of functional safety still presents manufacturers with considerable difficulties.
Fraunhofer IESE will show at the joint booth of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft how to do dynamic validation of cooperative systems. Conditional Safety Certificates (ConSerts) are modular and formally defined safety concepts that were developed at Fraunhofer IESE and which can be integrated fully automatically at runtime.
Following successful integration, the safety properties of the cooperating systems and their environment are monitored dynamically in order to reconfigure the system if safety-relevant events occur, thereby ensuring that the safety of the overall system is always guaranteed.
Convince yourself of the advantages of this method by talking to our experts on site. At the “Rheinebene” at Booth 183, we will simulate trucks driving in convoy to show you live how dynamic validation of cooperative systems works.
On 17 October 2019 at 11:45 a.m., Dr. Rasmus Adler, Program Manager “Autonomous Systems” at Fraunhofer IESE, will give a presentation in Room New York about “Engineering and Hardening of Functional Fail-Operational Architectures for Highly Automated Driving”. Note: The presentation will be held in German.