25 - 27 September, 2017
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, NV

Agenda System Safety USA, 2017

Visit the 2nd International Conference Automotive System Safety which takes place September 25th - 27th 2017 in Las Vegas, NV, USA and learn more about:

  • System engineering, design and safety requirements for reliability of complex systems
  • Safety engineering and architectures for highly autonomous and emergent behavior systems
  • Testing and validating of software architectures, operation of nondeterministic functions and systematic failure at software level
  • Developing system safety processes for components, component failures and maximum achievable systematic safety integrity
  • Safety requirements of HMI, environment considerations and real driving scenario
  • Functional Safety for AV, Model Based Development and architectures for machine learning and autonomous systems

Submission Form

Download the Registration Form

Download this registration form as a quick way to register! Alternatively, you can email me at katharina.lotze@iqpc.de

Press Release: System Safety USA 2017

Berlin, Germany – Taking place in Las Vegas, NV, Automotive IQ’s System Safety conference is the only automotive event to provide a comprehensive look at safety in every component of highly complex and computer-controlled systems.

IQPC Germany is proud to announce the return of the System Safety USA conference Series.


Continental on Safety Analyses in Automotive Systems illustrated at an Electric Power Steering System.

Mark Beck, Safety Architect Steering Systems at Continental, shares his presentation on Safety Analyses in Automotive Systems illustrated at an Electric Power Steering System.

The presentation includes ISO 26262 Requirements and gives an overview of Safety Analyses for EPS.

Component Fault Tree Analysis

Kai Höfig, Siemens Corporate Technology, on managing complexity with a componentcentered analysis approach


Increase in automotive recalls due to electrical issues

Download the free article, to learn more about the software-related recall scenariors from OEM's such as Nissan, General Motors, Volvo, and more.