|Title||Lessons-learned from Applying STAMP Safety and Security Analysis on AEB for L4 Autonomous Driving|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Sharma, S., A. Flores, C. Moreno, C. Hobbs, J. Stafford, K. Lamichhane, W. Khan, and S. Fischmeister|
|Conference Name||STAMP Workshop|
Abstract—Autonomous vehicles (AV) are coming to our streets. Due to the presence of highly complex software systems in AVs, there is a need for a new hazard analysis technique to meet stringent safety standards. System Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA) based on Systems Theoretic Accident Modeling and Processes (STAMP) is a powerful tool to identify, define, analyze and mitigate hazards from the earliest conceptual stage of development to the operation of a system. Applying STPA to autonomous vehicles demonstrates STPA's applicability for the preliminary hazard analysis, alternative available, developmental test, organizational design, and functional design to each unique safety operation.