Building a safe and secure embedded world

Optimising functional safety & performance on multicore AURIX applications

1-day conference, Coventry, 26th March 2020

Optimising functional safety for multicore applications on AURIX

This free-to-attend 1-day event on the 8th September 2020, will be exploring all the latest developments for the AURIX microcontroller. A variety of industry leading speakers will cover topics which introduce the technology for adoptation into your development right through to moving towards with the second generation releases. The agenda will explore multicore performance optimization, AURIX with AUTOSAR, functional safety and more still to be confirmed.


The day starts at 08:30 with the all-important breakfast, and will close by 17:00. The conference program will commence promptly at 09:00. All refreshments and catering will be included throughout the day.

  • What programmers should know about the AURIX™ 2G architecture  -  Infineon Technologies
  • Qualify the tool-chain up to ASIL-D applications / Toolset qualification according to ISO26262  -  Tasking
  • Maximising parallel performance with the AURIX™ microcontroller  -  Gliwa (title subject to change)
  • Balancing the load of a safety critical multicore system  -  Tasking
  • Automotive Cybersecurity Considerations and AUTOSAR Solutions with the AURIX™ HSM  -  Vector GB
  • Safety Code and Standard Code: What is the practical difference?  -  HCC Embedded
  • What is SafeTpack?  -  Hitex (UK) Ltd
  • MISRA Compliance   -  LDRA
  • Driving the AURIX™ pedigree forwards  -  Hitex (UK) Ltd (title subject to change)

All refreshments and catering will be included throughout the day.

Speaker table-top displays

All our speakers will also have a table-top demo area where you can find out more about topics covered during the day.

If you would like to start a discussion with one of our contributors about your project ahead of the event, please contact Tanya on to arrange.

Privacy and Confidentiality

We understand the confidential nature of the developments our attendees will be working on. Therefore, we will not be supplying delegate name badges. All our speakers, hosts and exhibitors will be wearing a badge so you know who is who, but we will leave it to you to decide how much you want to pass your details round the room. We do recommend you bring a supply of business cards to share with our contributors on the day.


The Best Western Windmill Village, Coventry, A45.

Birmingham Road

+44 (0)247 6404 040

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