Review: Developer seminar for Functional Safety, Headquarters MESCO, April 2019

Friday, 3. May 2019

Our developer seminar for Functional safety – Practical application of electronics by experts for experts – was extremely successful. We want to thank all the customers and participants for the overwhelmingly positive feedback!

The contents of the seminar have been specifically designed considering practice-oriented tasks of hardware and software developers of projects in the field of functional safety – this is very different from the current standard seminars on this matter. Architectures, examples of designs, circuits and practical possibilities of solutions were shown and discussed so that the participants could have numerous ideas to take home with them.

Due to the high demand, this seminar will also be repeated by the end of summer 2019 in Germany. 

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Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (8)

Part 8: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1 – Summary
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 8 completes the series of articles on Functional Safety for SMEs. It makes a link between al parts and ends with a résumé.

25.07.2019

Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (7)

Part 7: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 7 asks what the topics are that IEC 61508-1 defines for the component manufacturer in the first place.

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Review: UK Functional Safety IEC / EN61508 Seminar, July 3, 2019, Birmingham

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