The ISO 26262 Functional Safety seminar hosted by Programming Research packed a moderate conference facility in Detroit, Michigan USA.  One Fact was involved as attendee and collaborator.    The keynote speaker was Takao Futagami of Toyo Corporation.  Supporting him were presentations from Fergus Bolger of Programming Research and Robert Seacord of Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.  Look for xtUML integrations of MISRA-C and CERT-C compliance as well as ISO 26262 compliance kits.

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  • I attended the seminar and could say that it was a really interesting and useful event.
    Thanks to Fergus Bolger, Robert Seacord and Takao Futagami, I did learn more about the ISO 26262 functional safety standard.

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