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Learn how to run your projects in line with ISO 26262

All you need to know about ISO 26262 and how to address Functional Safety guidelines in your daily work.


Discover with us why Functional Safety in automotive is so important

The era where cars were simply means of transportation is clearly over.

These days, they are state-of-the-art moving hubs equipped with sensor and communication components able to not only support the driver by calculating optimal routes and detecting potential road hazards but also exchange information with other traffic participants. 

With the introduction of autonomous vehicles and smart city infrastructure, safety is more important than ever.

The main focus of ISO 26262 is to ensure the safety of automotive
software and hardware components.

The norm is essential for:

  • limitation of any risks associated with the safety of drivers and passengers in vehicles that could undermine the integrity of the automotive industry
  • making an easy introduction of new and improved automotive products that follows the requirements of global safety standards
  • reducing the risks of product recalls and undermining the company's authority due to safety failures.

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What is ISO 26262

Our specialists will help you figure out which areas of FuSa and ASPICE should be covered and what it means for system design and its validation.


The history of Functional Safety

Understanding the basics of FuSa and ASPICE is key for making sure that your RFQ’s are reliable and that the product or service your team is working on is standard-compliant.


12 parts of ISO 26262

Our specialists can help you go through OEM requirements and development infrastructure, analyse your software development processes and help in features implementation, based on the ISO26262 and ASPICE rules.


Criticism over the Functional Safety

Our team can help you walk through the automotive industry requirements, analyse them and build your own requirements – that can be further implemented - and managed through the project life cycle and OEM assessment preparation.


ISO 26262 tool qualification

As a Software Architect, you need to know the key elements of ISO 26262 as well as the do’s and don’ts of automotive product architecture design.

Who we are


We are a team of well-versed software development specialists who have been working on both Functional Safety and Automotive SPICE projects with OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, for years.

Now, we’re ready to share our experience with your team.

Whether your goal is to prepare your product for an automotive standard assessment, build up your team’s competence or you need specialists to support you on-site, our experts are ready to help.

Learn more about our Automotive offering.

Meet our Experts

Marek Palka Spyrosoft

Marek Pałka

Head of Quality

Making processes work for people and not the other way round is the priority in my work. I worked in IT industry my entire career in different Quality Management positions as well as in Project Management.

I had the opportunity to introduce and audit for compliance many industry standards in automotive, medical devices and information security fields.

My experience also includes assessment, implementation, deployment and maintenance of Management Systems compliant with ISO standards.

Marcin Tomczak Spyrosoft

Marcin Tomczak

Technical Lead Quality Engineer

I am a Technical Lead Quality Engineer at Spyrosoft with over 16 years of experience in the computer software industry.

My specialisation areas include: Automotive SPICE, SEI CMM/CMMI, TL9000, ISO 9001, Software Process Improvement, Quality Assurance, Defect Prevention, Problem Solving, Metrics Definition and Analysis, Statistical Process Control, Quality Audits and Software Configuration Management.

At Spyrosoft, I oversee projects for our clients from the Automotive industry, supporting the effective implementation of safety requirements.

Tomek Lokietek Spyrosoft

Tomasz Łokietek

Senior Functional Safety Engineer

I am a certificated Automotive Consultant with over 15 years of experience in the computer software industry.

I have extensive experience in Kaizen, Electronics, Automotive, R&D and Manufacturing gained by working with leading IT companies in Europe. I am also an accomplished professional with an executive MBA focused in Business Administration, Management and Operations from Polish Open University.

At Spyrosoft, I support key clients from the Automotive business unit in implementing functional safety solutions.

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Spyrosoft ASPICE ebook

Interested in other topics? Check our Guide to Automotive SPICE

In this eBook, our Experts will address all your doubts concerning ASPICE. You will get to know more about the definition and evolution of the standard, its correlations with other norms, and the values it can bring to the organisation.

This publication will help you with a better understanding of ASPICE structure and assessment process based on the V-model. It will also enhance your knowledge of cybersecurity in automotive and show how to combine the application of the standard with Agile methodology.

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