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ISO 26262 1 big thing: Track and manage internal equipment calibration to ensure compliance to procedure.
The big picture: Make certain that your strategy is understanding high level safety implementation at a vehicle level and be able to transition to low level architecture and how safety requirements are applied to low level hardware and software.
Why it matters: Lead the execution of ground robotics and autonomy controls projects with responsibility for technical approach and oversight utilizing cross functional resources and best practices.
Under the hood: Work with customer, sales and engineering teams to develop new automotive electronic systems based on oem customer requirements, including iso26262 functional safety asil-b, autosar, can-fd, cybersecurity.
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Yes, but: Proactively support design validation teams in test plan reviews to ensure testing strategies and methods truly stress and verify design compliance and safety.
Be smart: Ensure you are responsible for both existing and future technologies in the driver assistance area, using cameras, radar, and ultrasonic sensors, as well as powerful ECUs with advanced processing capability and machine vision, to deliver new features for your (internal) customers.
State of play: Own feature interfaces and develop interface requirements through all affected parties (Vehicle engineering, core and D and R engineering) of affected subsystems/components.
Go deeper: Make sure your design is selecting and working with suppliers, internal laboratories, and (internal) customers to ensure the successful completion of Product Development and Validation DV testing.
What they’re saying: “Work with engineering (design and manufacturing engineers) team to define process parameters and criteria to ensure supplier process capability is effective to meet product and process requirements.“, Tony H. – Deep Learning Tech Lead, Self-Driving
What we’re hearing: “Assure your group is working in a team environment, make significant contributions to the creation and implementation of active safety features for autonomous vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).“, Aaliyah M. – Chief Engineer – Functional Safety
Between the lines: Analyze the feature hazards with safety analysis methods to develop system level Technical Safety Concept and Technical Safety Requirements, in collaboration with engineering competencies.
What to watch: Be certain that your team is responsible for development and execution of automated tests on unit test environments as well as hardware in loop systems.
The backdrop: Ensure in line test equipment and testing align with functional safety requirements and any deviation in test results are analyzed for impact to functional safety and a corrective action put in place.
On the flip side: Make sure the mechanical project leader (mech-pl) acts as one of the technical counterpart to the project manager and is responsible for making sure the technical team understands and fulfills the (internal) customers electric power steering (eps) requirements on time, with the focus on the mechanics.
The bottom line: Develop test procedures to validate and/or characterize controls strategy, performance and efficiency in environments as dynamometers, Hardware In Loop and Model In Loop.
What’s next: Make sure your design capable and hands on get it done personality to design and help run tests and experiments with the system to inform regulatory needs and system design requirements for the system.
ICYMI: Use a systems-level, data-driven approach to guide the multi-disciplinary engineering teams to achieve the right design that is compatible with the product needs and program rollout schedule at an acceptable level of technical risk.
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