Webinar; Fault Injection or Requirements-based Testing in ISO 26262?

02 Aug 2016
02 Aug 2016
Software-quality tools supplier Vector Software, together with Heicon Global Engineering, are jointly presenting a Webinar on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 11:00am CEST (10:00 BST).


A difficult question to answer in safety-critical software projects for ISO26262 is: How much fault injection testing is really necessary to ensure a safe execution of the application? Is requirements-based testing not a better and safer way to ensure high quality software?


The question this webinar aims top address is whether or not fault injection testing is a subset of requirements-based testing and delivers the best results. But what conditions are necessary, and why are both test methods included separately in the ISO26262 certification?


A high-quality product, sayt the presetners, requires complete and efficient software testing. In this one-hour webinar they intend to show common procedures in the aviation industry and compare them with the automotive industry, and will answer important questions to increase the quality in software projects, reduce costs and save development time.



• Test methods in ISO26262

• Expectations of Fault Injection Tests

• Requirements-based testing

• Normative guidelines in aviation

• Fault Injection Test and requirements

• Practical examples

• Using stubs / mocks in unit test

• Code Coverage by Fault Injection



Martin Heininger is the founder and managing director of Heicon Global Engineering . For nearly twenty years he has been responsible for management and implementation of functional safety standards in projects for Aerospace, industrial automation, automotive, medical and other industries.


Ingo Nickles is field application engineer at Vector Software . He is responsible for customer support and project management. He has more than 20 years of experience in software development, system design, software testing and agile development methods.


The number of participants is limited. In order to receive more information or to register for the webinar, please follow this link .