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LHP Engineering Solutions to Deliver ISO 26262 Part 6 Compliance Training

Below is the press release announcing the latest partnership with Model Engineering Solutions 


Columbus, IN., June 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --LHP Engineering Solutions, a U.S. based engineering services provider, and Model Engineering Solutions (MES), a German based vendor of quality tools for model-based development, are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership. This partnership will allow LHP to present MES’s unique training materials in the U.S.


The first class offered will be “Model-Based Development of Embedded Software in Compliance with ISO 26262.” This 2-day training with hands-on examples describes how to develop and safeguard safety-critical, embedded software projects with Simulink® in compliance with ISO 26262 (part 6).

The inaugural training will be offered in Pontiac, MI, at the LHP Michigan Engineering Center August 7-8, 2017. For questions please contact Megan Verkamp, Marketing Coordinator for LHP Engineering Solutions at LHPUtraining@lhpes.com, or visit lhpu.com to learn more.

Zach McClellan, President of LHPU: “With LHP’s continued effort to push along the knowledge of ISO 26262, and the impact its implementation has or will have, on automotive companies moving forward, the MES/LHPU course partnership is another great step to provide meaningful training to the North American market.”


Dr. Heiko Dörr, CEO of MES: “We are delighted to have found in LHP an experienced partner in the USA who can regularly provide our training in the USA. This enables us to offer local interested parties and customers a perfect setting with experienced trainers. This partnership is part of our globalization strategy to support our global tool distribution by local service providers and training partners. Our customers worldwide will receive a comprehensive solution.”


LHP Engineering Solutions is a U.S. based technology integrator and engineering services provider to world-class automotive customers. LHP works with technology leaders facing increasingly complex embedded electronic control systems amidst the escalating demands of industry standards. LHP assists companies in creating scalable core technologies and processes that will serve their business through growth, meet challenges of increased complexities, and inform strategic decisions.


Model Engineering Solutions GmbH (MES) is a German model-based software development company, founded in 2006. MES is structured along three main areas, MES Quality Tools, MES Test Center, and MES Academy, offering ideal support for integrated quality assurance to fulfill standards like IEC 61508, ISO 26262, and ASPICE. MES clients include OEMs and suppliers to the automotive industry as well as in automation technology. MES is a TargetLink® Strategic Partner of dSPACE and a MathWorks and ETAS Product Partner.


Interested parties can register for all LHPU training programs online at www.lhpu.com.  Onsite training is also available upon request.  For questions regarding LHP's Functional Safety training programs please contact Megan Verkamp, Marketing Coordinator for LHP Engineering Solutions at LHPUtraining@lhpes.com, or visit lhpu.com to learn more.


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