Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Embedded System Safety Lecture Video Series

I've posted the full series of embedded system safety lecture videos on YouTube.  These are full-length narrated slides of the core set of safety topics from my new course.  They concentrate on getting the big picture about failures, redundancy management, and safety integrity.
Each of the videos is posted to YouTube as a playlist, with each video covering one substantive slide. The full lecture consists of playing the entire play list, with most lectures being 5-7 videos in sequence. (The slide download has been updated for my Fall 2017 course, so in general has a little more material than the original video. They'll get synchronized eventually, but for now this is what I have.)

Obviously there is more to safety than just these topics. Supporting topics such as code quality and development approaches are currently just available as slides.  You can see the full set of course slides here:
  https://users.ece.cmu.edu/~koopman/lectures/index.html#642


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