• May 16, 2024

    Learn how ISO/PAS 8926:2024 addresses the rising complexity of modern vehicles, offering a framework for ensuring functional safety amidst the integration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving tech. In this interview our experts unpack the standard's significance, scope, and its role in navigating safety challenges in automotive software architecture.

  • May 15, 2024

    The blog article outlines the challenge of completing a new product development while facing the impending hurdle of a functional safety audit. It highlights the stress safety managers face in ensuring compliance with industry standards like IEC 61508, ISO 26262, or EN 50126. To assist in navigating this process, it provides guidance on passing functional safety audits, focusing on preparation, execution, and completion phases.

  • May 10, 2024

    In the following interview with Niklas Franzke, safety expert at INVENSITY, we want to find out why customers in the railway industry request Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) data, what this data contains and how it is created and provided by suppliers.

  • May 7, 2024

    The increasing complexity of railroad development due to automation brings higher demands for functional safety, mandated by legislators and rail operators. Compliance with standards like EN 50126, 50128, and 50129 is crucial, posing challenges for OEMs and suppliers. A safety assessment, either in-house or outsourced, is essential to ensure compliance. INVENSITY offers a two-week assessment service, providing clients with a gap list and an action plan to meet safety standards.

  • March 6, 2024

    In the rapidly evolving landscape of automated driving, ISO standards stand as pillars of road safety. From ensuring secure communications to delineating test scenarios and ethical considerations, these standards play a vital role in fostering safer transportation networks in an increasingly automated world.

  • September 4, 2023

    ISO 8800 is soon to be released – it will play an important role when it comes to the question of how to ensure that AI-powered road vehicles operate safely and reliably. In this interview, Sascha Hackmann, our Head of Automated Driving, investigates the significance of AI technology in automotive industry and the crucial questions concerning the intersection of AI and the safety of road vehicles.

  • November 25, 2021

    Our head of CoE Safety Management, Sascha Hackmann, is not only an expert in his profession, but he also is a trainer of our INVENSTIY Academy for the training ‘Emotional Intelligence’. In his blog post, he shares some valuable insights on what we are meaning when asking for emotional intelligence as a highly appreciated soft skill.

  • November 16, 2021

    Each automotive development brings its own set of complexities and dangers. In this blog post, James Garrett, Safety Management Consultant at INVENSITY, talks about what is necessary to overcome these challenges and fully realize these groundbreaking technologies. In short – Safety culture!

  • August 10, 2021

    We all know that safety management is an essential part of the automotive engineering. But what seems to be obvious sometimes isn’t that obvious at all. This blog article written by one of our Safety Management experts shares 5 current key insights into Automotive Safety Management with you.

  • August 3, 2021

    The goal of the KARLI project is to develop an adaptive, responsive and level-compliant interaction between humans and the vehicle of the future and to use Artificial intelligence (AI) methods to develop new safety-related assistance systems. Dr. Marc Großerüschkamp is the Head of Technology Hub and the person responsible for INVENSITY’s part within the KARLI project. In this short interview he provides insights into the project.

  • May 12, 2021

    How to safely develop self driving cars when there are still so many challenges to face that the current safety standard, the ISO 26262, does not answer? Sascha Hackmann, Safety Management expert at INVENSITY, presents to you the three main challenges and gives suggestions how to approach these.

  • September 11, 2020

    December 2019 the third edition of the medical safety and risk management standard ISO 14971 has been released. Was this new edition really necessary? A short analysis.