exida Recorded Webinars

Using FMEDA to Predict Electronic Design Failures for ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 Safety Compliance

Recording Date: March 2019

Every good design engineer is appropriately focused on the tradeoffs between making their design work properly, meet cost targets, and meet production schedules. But few add another important parameter – how does the design fail?

This webinar explains the FMEDA (Failure Modes Effects and Diagnostic Analysis) methodology and the use of the FMEDAx Tool to find design problems and predict product failure rates and failure modes. This technique meets many of the requirements for product certification to functional safety standards like ISO 26262 (automotive) and IEC 61508.

Those who should attend:

  • Electronic Design Engineers
  • Microcomputer Hardware Designers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Approval Coordinators
  • Industry Product Marketing

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About the Presenter:

Dr. William Goble, CFSE

Dr. William Goble Dr. Goble has over 40 years of professional experience. He is widely recognized as an expert in programmable electronic systems analysis, safety and high availability automation systems, automation systems new product development and market analysis. He developed many of the techniques used for probabilistic evaluation of safety and high availability automation systems. He has published many papers and magazine articles. Dr. Goble has a BSEE from Penn State, a MSEE from Villanova and a PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands.