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Are you developing Functionally Safe & Secure Code?

Developing electronic systems to meet industrial (IEC 61508), medical (IEC 62304) or automotive (ISO 26262) certification standards has always been a non-trivial undertaking.The development processes, and the products must meet high standards and are heavily scrutinised before eventually passing audits with independent certification authorities.

And then came the connected car, IoT, and IIoT. 

It is no longer possible to assume that such a system is secure because it is isolated. And an unsecure system cannot be a safe system if it is susceptible to aggressors.

"The functional safety market is expected to be valued at USD 7.19 Billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 8.2% during the forecast period. Mandatory functional safety standards and government policies, rising emphasis on proactive functional safety systems, and increasing demand for safety instrumented systems in the chemical and oil & gas industries are the key factors driving the growth of this market." - marketsandmarkets.com

ARM together with the LDRA tool suite can make your life easier

A successful path to a completed certification includes applying pre-certified components and uses advanced tooling to support the development processes, then creating the correct documentation and evidence needed for the certification.

Join these free seminars, talk to experts and see how the ARM and LDRA solutions work together along with proven methodologies to simplify the functional safety certification.


During the demonstration, various functional safety and security aspects of LDRA and ARM’s capabilities will be explained. The hands-on sessions will use the LDRA tool suite, Keil MDK with an STM32-discovery board and will start by importing Requirements and Test Cases from Word & Excel.

Dates & Locations

PL
6th of November - Gdansk
Qubus Hotel Gdańsk
ul. Chmielna 47 - 52
80-748 Gdańsk

PL
7th of November – Warsaw
WARSAW PLAZA HOTEL
ul. Łączyny 5
02-820 Warszawa

Agenda

09:00 - Registration and coffee
09:30 - Welcome and introductions
09:45 - Introduction to Functional Safety and Security
10:30 - How does ARM support Functional Safety and Security?
11:15 - Break
11:30 - Achieving Functional Safety and Security with the LDRA tool suite - Part 1: Requirements based testing demonstration
13:00 - Lunch
14:00 - Achieving Functional Safety and Security with the LDRA tool suite  - Part 2: Hands-on seminar using the LDRA tool suite and Keil MDK
15.30 - Wrap up and Q&A

Organizers

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Computer Controls and our HT-Eurep Group offer you highest technical competency and a variety of products and solutions for all test and measurement applications, electronic components and development tools. More...

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For more than forty years, LDRA has developed and driven the market for software that automates code analysis and software testing for safety-, mission-, security-, and business-critical markets.
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ARM is at the heart of the world's most advanced digital products. Its technology enables the development of new markets and transformation of industries and society, invisibly creating opportunity for a globally connected population. More...

Presentations

Introduction to Functional Safety and Security

  • What do the standards mean in practice?
  • Static Code Analysis
  • Dynamic Code Analysis
  • Requirements Based Testing

How does ARM support Functional Safety and Security?

  • Safety features in ARM cores
  • Safety qualification in the ARM Compilers
  • Safety features in the ARM development platforms (DS-5 and MDK)

Achieving Functional Safety and Security with the LDRA tool suite.

  • Part 1: Requirements based testing demonstration.
  • Part 2: Hands-on seminar using the LDRA tool suite and Keil MDK.