Integrating of ISO 26262 Functional Safety, ASPICE, and Cybersecurity Standards

by Nikhil Unnikrishnan published on November 07, 2023

With expectations for over 113, 126 and 45 work products in ISO 26262, Automotive SPICE and ISO/SAE 21434 respectively, redundant activities plague new product development while organizations battle with compliance needs. And with standalone processes that manage the creation of these artifacts, the administration does not get any easier. In this session, we will explore key strategies Omnex has pioneered in helping its automotive customers from OEMs to Tier-2s involved in Electric and Autonomous vehicle development.

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Nikhil Unnikrishnan

Nikhil Unnikrishnan is a Consultant with a broad range of experience, involved in the design & development of hardware, software and mechanical systems and components. He has worked with organizations to analyze process deficiencies and drive improvement by implementing best-in-class practices conforming to internationally recognized standards such as Automotive SPICE®, ISO 26262 Functional Safety, ISO 9001 & IATF 16949 Quality Management Systems. Nikhil has been involved with performing detailed documentation reviews, Automotive SPICE®, Functional Safety & QMS assessments, process documentation development and conducting roll-outs for numerous leading automotive organizations including multiple Software and Hardware systems. Mr. Unnikrishnan is a Certified Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma Methodologies (CLSSGB) and also Certified Quality Process Analyst (CQPA). He is an Exemplar Global certified Lead Auditor for IATF 16949:2016 and ISO 9001:2015.