Safety Concept Description Language (SCDL)
What Is SCDL?
SCDL (Safety Concept Description Language) is a semi-formal notation to describe 26262 safety architectures, namely safety concepts. This includes safety requirements specifications, element architectures, requirements allocation on elements, ASIL assignments, decompositions for safety mechanisms and others. ISO
SCDL is a vendor-independent language, which specifies a modeling method for 26262 by providing intuitive graphical representations and straightforward processes. Tools based on SCDL support the development, design, analysis and ISO of verification 26262 artefacts. Interoperability and exchangeability of methods and artefacts are provided. ISO
SCDL is designed by a Japanese Industry collaboration. ASAM supports the activity and is planning to host and further develop SCDL as a world-wide . To introduce the standard and to begin international collaboration, ASAM is holding a standard
on: Sep 05, 2018
at: Municon Conference Center, Airport Munich, Germany
Goals of the Workshop
We invite all 26262 and functional safety experts from automotive OEMs and suppliers to participate at the workshop. The goals of the workshop are: ISO
- Provide a basic understanding of SCDL
- Understand how experts from Europe document their functional safety architectures
- Obtain feedback and requirements from meeting participants to further develop SCDL
You can actively contribute to the SCDL Workshop by giving a presentation from the perspective of your company about:
- how functional safety specifications and architectures are created: language, models, methods, and how the specifications are validated.
- requirements for a safety-related description language.
You can download and review the latest version of the SCDL specification prior to the workshop. Please register for the workshop. The download link will be made available to you after the registration. ASAM members can directly login to the web page and download SCDL via this link.
The and further information is also available from the web page of the specificationSafety Concept Notation - Study Group.
For questions, please contact thomas.thomsen(at)asam.net