Steve Neemeh

Steve Neemeh

Steve joined LHP in 2015 to lead the expansion of the west coast operations. He is the leader of the strategy and solutions architects as well as president of the delivery consulting organization. Steve has over 25 years of Functional Safety experience prior to joining LHP. Steve has launched multiple start-up operations and has taken them to full production. Notably, a complete ground up electronics and software development group to service commercial aerospace electronics and military vehicle power electronics. For LHP, Steve pioneered the implementation of safety critical applications in California, launching functional safety for autonomous driving applications as well as air mobility.

Recent posts by Steve Neemeh

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What are Electric Vehicle Subsystems and Their Interactions?

By Steve Neemeh on Nov 10, 2022 1:23:34 PM

Introduction The automotive industry has made several monumental advancements in vehicular technology that have redefined the understanding of modern transportation while still achieving and maintaining the functional safety aspect of creating advanced products. One active example of an opportunity the industry is currently thriving toward is electrification. The development of electric vehicle (EV) products makes testing necessary to ensure the safety and quality of their performance. In addition, that establishes the importance of Electric Vehicle Subsystems and their interactions—understanding how the implementation of these different components affects the construction of larger electrified systems will allow for the overall EV development process to be more efficient.
Topics: Electric Vehicle
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What Critical Role does Master Data Have in Engineering and Functional Safety?

By Steve Neemeh on Sep 6, 2022 4:10:12 PM

What Critical Role does Master Data Have in Engineering and Functional Safety?   Introduction Master data has a critical role in product functional safety, guaranteeing organizational visibility, and operational efficiency. As data becomes more complex in the future, the need for master data in automotive will continue to increase. This blog is the second of a 3-part series focused on the importance of master data, the technical architecture of master data systems, and the trade-offs and constraints that come with building these systems, ultimately proposing what a proper master data plan looks like, which can help organizations achieve growth and success. The content in each blog is centralized around the main topics from LHP’s DAS Master Data webinar panel that we held this past June:
Topics: Master Data
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ISO 26262 Compliant vs. ISO 26262 Certified

By Steve Neemeh on May 23, 2022 10:01:00 PM

The question: When looking at functional safety, what is the difference between being ISO 26262 compliant and being ISO 26262 certified?
Topics: ISO 26262 Functional Safety Compliance Blog Posts
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Part 2: Why Are Mechanical Engineers Important in Achieving Functional Safety?

By Steve Neemeh on Jan 13, 2022 10:39:58 AM

Part 2: Why Are Mechanical Engineers Important in Achieving Functional Safety?     Introduction Functional safety consists of automatic protection systems that are part of the overarching safety of a system or a piece of equipment. Despite the scope of the standard implying a deference towards electrical engineering, mechanical engineers have a critical role to play. To be most effective, there are key principles that mechanical engineers must understand.
Topics: Functional Safety Mechanical Engineers
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Part 1: Principles for Mechanical Engineers to Understand Related to Functional Safety

By Steve Neemeh on Jan 5, 2022 9:18:17 AM

Part 1: Principles for Mechanical Engineers to Understand Related to Functional Safety   Introduction Functional safety consists of automatic protection systems that are part of the overarching safety of a system or a piece of equipment. Despite the scope of the standard implying a deference towards electrical engineering, mechanical engineers have a critical role to play. To be most effective, there are key principles that mechanical engineers must understand.
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Framework for Automotive Cybersecurity

By Steve Neemeh on Nov 12, 2021 11:13:57 AM

Framework for automotive cybersecurity This is Part 3 of a three-part blog series on automotive cybersecurity. If you have not yet read Part 1: Automotive cybersecurity and trustworthiness, and Part 2: Cybersecurity and the automotive supply chain, we highly recommend that you do so before continuing with Part 3.
Topics: Cybersecurity
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Cybersecurity and the Automotive Supply Chain

By Steve Neemeh on Nov 10, 2021 2:35:15 PM

Cybersecurity and the automotive supply chain  
Topics: Cybersecurity
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Automotive Cybersecurity and Trustworthiness

By Steve Neemeh on Nov 3, 2021 10:40:30 AM

Automotive cybersecurity and trustworthiness   
Topics: Cyber Security
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How does Probability factor into a Safety Analysis?

By Steve Neemeh on Oct 18, 2021 2:47:16 PM

How does Probability factor into a Safety Analysis?  
Topics: Functional Safety ISO 26262 ASIL
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How are Safety Goals Developed for Functional Safety Management?

By Steve Neemeh on Oct 11, 2021 1:36:13 PM

How are Safety Goals Developed for Functional Safety Management?  
Topics: Functional Safety ISO 26262 ASIL
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