IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc) Bangalore Chapter announces a workshop series focused on Automobile industry, with the car having hundreds of consumer electronics components. Safe computing is a key care about in this industry. In the first of the series, we begin with the analysis of the safety stack at different levels, introduced by experts in the industry. The workshop is targeted at professionals working in Automotive OEMs, Software and Component suppliers, Automotive Suppliers, and Semiconductor manufacturers providing driver and other critical software components. The first workshop, focused on this industry will introduce the safety stack and latest trends, and will deep dive into the recently standardised Vulkan SC API for safety in the Graphics pipeline. Dec 3, 2022 Agenda: 9 AM - 9.30 AM - Registration 9.30 AM - 9.45 AM - Introduction to the Workshop, Mr. Arun Shankar, Head of Innovation, Continental Automotive India and Chairman, IEEE CTSoc, Bangalore Chapter 9.45 AM - 10.45 AM - "Safety as in the eyes of the beholder - An Automotive OEM perspective" by Mr. Vasant Easwaran, Sr Manager, Functional Safety, Rivian Automotive (US) - (via video conferencing) 10.45 AM - 11.15 AM Vulkan SC workshop - by Mr. Mukund Keshava, System Software Engineer, Nvidia & Mr. Sruthik Patibandlla, System Software Engineer, Nvidia 11.15 AM - 11.45 AM - Introduction to Vulkan 11.45 AM - 12.15 PM - Why Vulkan Safety Critical Profile 12.15 PM - 12.45 PM - Basic philosophy of Vulkan SC 2 PM - 3.30 PM - VulkanSC vs Vulkan (Static Memory, Offline Compilation, Fault Handling) 4 PM - 4.30 PM - Vulkan SC Workflow 4.30 PM - 5 PM - Code Examples, Q&A Venue: PES University, Ring Road Campus 100ft Ring Road, BSK III Stage, Bangalore - 560085 Date: Dec 3, Saturday Registration and Fee: This is an In-person event, and prior registration is mandatory. Seats are limited. Please register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dLZgjN5tLLPOzduQCDazAAfhfPauHBMHA2Sp90mvXwM IEEE members: INR 3500 Non-IEEE members: INR 4000 Student members/Research Scholars: INR 500 Registration fee can be paid by bank transfer to below account, Account Name: “IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Bangalore Chapter” Account Number: 30903-38644 (SB Account) Bank Details: Central Bank of India, 71 Miller Road, Bangalore 560052, India Bank Branch: Millers Road Branch (Extn.) IFSC Code: CBIN0282314 (For transfer from within India) Please update the payment transaction ID in the form. Currently, we do not support any other mode of payment. For queries, email us at events-ieee-ctsoc at googlegroups.com Speaker Profiles Mr. Vasant Kumar Easwaran, leads the Low Voltage ECU functional safety organization at Rivian. He has played key leadership roles in the past across domains, including SoC and PMIC Functional Safety Architecture contributing to SoC and PMIC devices spanning across two generations of automotive autonomous driving products and the 4th generation of Automotive Cockpit products at Qualcomm. He is proficient in driving product compliance to various parts of the ISO26262:2018 standard. His prior experience includes SoC architecture definition across 3 generations of TI Jacinto family (automotive infotainment), TI TDAx family (ASIL complaint ADAS) of devices. Mr. Mukund Keshava, is currently working at NVIDIA as a system software engineer in the Tegra Graphics team, focusing on VulkanSC development. Prior to NVIDIA, he was working with Bosch, working on an OpenGL ES based 3D MapEngine. Mr. Sruthik Patibandlla, is working at NVIDIA as a system software engineer in the Tegra Graphics Team, currently focusing on Graphics drivers for QNX and Safety.