Overview: For almost a decade, IEC 61508 has been the valid standard for functional safety in the automotive industry. Soon a new standard will be introduced with ISO 26262. What areas will the new standard address? To what vehicle types does it apply? What will be the impact on product engineering and software development processes? 
Attend this Webinar where Juergen Belz, CEO, PROMETO and Christoph Braeuchle, Customer Requirements Manager for MKS, will provide the answers to these pressing questions. You’ll learn how to successfully master the functional safety development processes for road vehicles and how to streamline these processes. The presentation will outline a hierarchical process for requirements engineering in relation to ISO 26262 and offer a proven solution for managing requirements, along with all artifacts in the development lifecycle, in a way that is connected, fully traceable, and automates the compliance effort. In conclusion, attendees will understand the importance of tool qualification in line with the new ISO standard. 
**This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in embedded systems development for the automotive industry!
Presenters: 
Juergen Belz, CEO, PROMETO 

Juergen Belz is CEO of PROMETO, a solution provider for infrastructure, methods and processes within the embedded domain. PROMETO is engaged in several projects with safety critical aspects according ISO 26262 and IEC 61508. PROMETO also provides knowledge and training to their customers. In the past Mr. Belz was globally responsible for the engineering methods and infrastructure at the tier 1 supplier Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. He is experienced in safety, SPICE/CMMI and MKS Integrity for many years. He was first to achieve SPICE Level 3 in the automotive domain. Mr. Belz is author of a MKS case study and further publications on these subjects. 
Christoph Braeuchle, Customer Requirements Manager, MKS 
Since 2009 Christoph Braeuchle has been a Customer Requirements Manager at MKS where he is responsible for MKS Solutions in the automotive vertical. Before that he has been project leader and senior consultant in several large scale projects for MKS GmbH in Esslingen, Germany. His focus activities have been analysis and optimization of development processes in automotive companies and also banking and insurance organizations. He has been responsible for a successful roll-out of the Application Lifecycle Management platform, MKS Integrity, for engineering teams with several thousand users and developed industry standard solutions for Requirements, Change and Configuration Management as well as automated Build and Deployment processes. 
Today his responsibility is the definition of best practices and standard solutions to implement process models and methods in large-scale enterprises using MKS Integrity.