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Functional Safety Meets Cybersecurity
Dr David Ward, a recognised international expert in automotive functional safety, will be exploring the new practices that are emerging around the Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) and Cybersecurity, in MTI's Functional Safety Meets Cybersecurity Seminar.

Modern vehicles, particularly connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) incorporate a high degree of electronics and software, and assurance of the correct behaviour of those systems under both normal and abnormal conditions is paramount. Functional safety activities that defend against potential hardware and software failures have been in place for some time, but increasingly we must consider wider factors including the operating environment and malicious activities.

Dec 2, 2020 10:00 AM in London

The MTI is the result of a unique collaboration led by North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College, and its partners, HORIBA MIRA, Coventry University, the University of Leicester, and Loughborough University.
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Dr David Ward
Senior Technical Manager in Functional Safety at HORIBA MIRA and Visiting Professor of Functional Safety at Coventry University @HORIBA MIRA
Dr David Ward is a recognised international expert in automotive functional safety with OVER 25 years' experience in safety and reliability of embedded electronic systems in automotive and other industries. Within his role at HORIBA MIRA, David is responsible for training, consultancy and independent safety assessment in the functional safety standard ISO 26262 and other related standards. He is involved in automotive cybersecurity as well as technology development in functional safety, connected and autonomous vehicles, and vehicle electrification. David is an active international participant in key standards activities including ISO 26262 and ISO/SAE 21434.