Seminar - Safety of the Internet of Things
This seminar looks the impact of IoT devices used in our homes, our transport, our workplaces and even in our bodies. Along with new services and products using IoT come new safety risks, many related to security concerns. This event will consider these safety risks with the use of IoT in various sectors and applications, and examine approaches to their management. Details and booking form are on the event page.
Seminar - Eye of the ISA on highly automated vehicles
The Independent Safety Assessors' (ISA) working group seminar focusses on the challenges associated with highly automated and autonomous transportation. Full details and bookings on the event page.
Seminar - Safety and Security Integration
This one-day event in London features talks from domain experts on how to integrate these two critical aspects through combined methods and techniques. Details and bookings are on the event page.
Data Safety Guidance
The PDF of the new Data Safety Guidance document (V3.0) is available for free download.
26th Safety-Critical Systems Symposium (SSS'18)
The 26th Safety-Critical Systems Symposium, 6th - 8th February 2018 went very well. Books and papers are available now to purchase or download. For most of the presentations slides and videos are available for Club members to view. Please see the event page.
Seminar - Drones and UAS Safety
Selected slides are now available from the 1-day seminar "Drones and Unmanned Aerial Systems: How Can We Ensure Safe Flight?" which looked at the system aspects of ensuring safety in this new and rapidly evolving area.
The seminar was on the 7th December 2017 in central London.
Seminar on Model-Based Development for Safety
Slides are now available from this event held on 28th September 2017.
Seminar: Risk, Proportionality and ALARP
Slides are now available from the seminar Risk, Proportionality and ALARP: How do we do enough for safety? held on 15th June 2017 in London.
Slides from Events
Please note that slides from events (seminars, tutorials, etc.) are usually available on the event page after the event has taken place.
To find these navigate to Past Events.
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