- ELISA May Workshop CFP Submission - Proposal to Define a Safety Process for Linux
ELISA May Workshop CFP Submission - Proposal to Define a Safety Process for Linux
New submission for the ELISA May Workshop CFP. Please find below the details.
|Primary Speaker Information|
|Primary Speaker Full Name||Oscar Slotosch|
|Primary Speaker Job Title||Dr.|
|Primary Speaker Company||Validas AG|
|Is there a co-speaker?||No|
|Type of Submission||Presentation|
|Session Length||60 minutes|
|Topic Title / Idea ||Proposal to Define a Safety Process for Linux|
|Abstract||The presentation will propose a roadmap how we can define a safety process that considers the existing Linux artifacts and allows to close gaps indivdually: The presentation will use the requirements process as an example.|
We treat the existing software (e.g. Linux) as a "prototype" from the safety perspektive and make it safe by defining the requirements, configuring an architecture, reuse units for implementation, test, test, test.
We also present the experiences we had with the certification of this "re-engineering" approch in a practical library.
Within the "presentation" we also want to discus requirements on used safety tools like the process modeling tool and the requirements tool and how we can make them open source such that all can follow the process if they like to do so.
|Any critical participants needed for the discussion?||safety experts, process peolple, open source enthusiasts|
|Audience Background||New to Safety|
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
|What timezone do you prefer to present in?||Germany - CET (+1)|
|Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the ELISA Code of Conduct.||Yes|
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