Probabilistically Analysable Real-Time Systems

Simon Fürst

Simon Fürst studied Aerospace Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. In 1993 he started as a research assistant at the department of System Dynamics and Flight Mechanics at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich. His research area was on an onboard autonomous, vision based system for navigation and landing of airplanes and helicopters. In 2001 he started at IABG in Ottobrunn as a project leader and consultant for the qualification of the high risk avionics software in the Tiger helicopter and the Eurofighter. Since 2003 he is with BMW Group. There he is one of the authors of an internal software development standard for embedded software. He is a member of the software group of the FAKRA AK16 and a software expert in ISO TC22 SC3 WG16 working on ISO 26262, the upcoming functional safety standard for the automotive domain. In 2004 he started in the FlexRay Safety Working Group and in the AUTOSAR Safety Team. In 2006 Mr. Fürst became BMW project leader for AUTOSAR. In 2008 he changed from the AUTOSAR Project Leader Team to the AUTOSAR Steering Committee.”