Course NameLength
Automotive Cybersecurity Training Course3 days
Automotive Functional Safety ISO 26262 Training Bootcamp4 days
Automotive Open System Architecture Training Workshop | AUTOSAR Training2 days
Automotive System Design Training3 days
Automotive Systems Reliability Engineering Training2 days
Autonomous Driving Fundamentals3 days
Car Hacking Training Workshop days
Controller Area Network (CAN) Training2 days
Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Training3 days
Fundamentals of ADAS | Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)2 days
Fundamentals of Automotive Radar2 days
ISO 26262 Training: Automotive Safety2 days

Automotive Engineering Training

Automotive engineering, a branch of vehicle engineering, is one of the most sophisticated sectors in engineering and involves design, manufacturing, modification and maintenance of transportation vehicles.

With the advent of technology, almost every day, a new automotive product is introduced in the market and therefore, those who study automotive engineering have to keep themselves updated with the current norms of the industry.

Automotive engineering incorporates elements of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software, and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of motorcycles, automobiles, and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems.

The automotive engineering field is research -intensive and involves direct application of mathematical models and formulas. The study of automotive engineering is to design, develop, fabricate, and test vehicles or vehicle components from the concept stage to production stage. Production, development, and manufacturing are the three major functions in this field.

Automotive engineers work on the aesthetics and technical performance of these vehicles and, increasingly, the electronics and software involved with modern vehicles.

Perhaps more than any other area of vehicle engineering, the evolution of technology is having a substantial influence on automotive engineering. For example, the growth of digital technology is making it possible for automobiles to implement autonomous driving and accident prevention, among other features successfully.

Autonomous driving is especially on the precipice of changing the face of the automobile industry by eliminating the need for a human behind the wheel. Audi, for instance, already has a cruise control system with a stop and function that implements this feature. The cruise control system works by using 30 control sensors all over the vehicle to provide information about the vehicle’s surroundings to the processor.

The cruise control system can detect the vehicle traveling ahead of your automobile and automatically adjust the traveling speed from 0 to 155 miles per hour. The system employs two radar sensors in the front of the vehicle that allows the control system to maneuver vehicles.

Other important technological advances include augmented reality dashboards and the fine tuning of electric vehicles to help lower planetary carbon emissions as well as cope with spiraling fuel prices.

Innovative automotive engineering is also producing hybrid vehicles and cars running on alternate fuels.

Machine learning and predictive technology are also expected to have a significant impact on the AI capabilities of vehicles in the automotive industry.

Analysts contend that this technology is capable of providing a highly personal driving experience. You can set up the application preferences and the infotainment system of your vehicle by using algorithms.

Every day, automobiles are becoming more capable of understanding voice commands and connecting with smart devices where sensors can also provide notifications to the owner of the vehicle if there is a need for service.

Truth is, the future of automotive engineering looks pretty amazing. Advances in automotive engineering are just now scratching the surface on innovations and connectivity among cars, people and our environment.

Automotive Engineering Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers a dozen different Automotive Engineering courses:

Automotive Functional Safety ISO 26262 Training Bootcamp, a 4-day course that provides an overview of all sections of ISO 26262 and its impact.

Automotive System Design Training, a 3-day course that helps participants gain important competencies that are absolutely necessary in the competitive landscape of the automotive industry as well as by other high-tech industries where system architecture, design and engineering play an important role

Automotive Driving Fundamentals, a 3-day course that should be attended by anyone impacted by the Autonomous Driving revolution including electronic company personnel, computer science specialists, niche vehicle manufacturers, companies or individuals exploring the market with some knowledge of relevant technologies, car manufactures / OEMs, software and electrical engineers, students in physics, robotics, automotive engineering, automation, product design from undergraduate to Ph.D. level.

Controller Area Network (CAN) Training, a 2-day course that covers the ISO 11898 standard of choice for automotive manufacturers and Vehicle Applications.

Functional Safety and Hazard Analysis Training, a 3-day course that covers overall safety and hazard analysis depending on a system or equipment operating correctly in response to its inputs.

ISO 26262 Training Automotive Safety, a 2-day course that helps attendees provide the requirements for ISO 26262 and be prepared for the release of ISO 26262.

Our courses include valuable up to date information on ISO 26262, the Functional Safety standard, which is a modification of the general safety standard IEC 61508 for the specifics of Automotive Electric/Electronic Systems.

Individuals or an organization’s workforce will also stay current with our Controller Area Network (CAN) training. This is the ISO 11898 standard of choice for automotive manufacturers and Vehicle Applications. Approved for use as an ISO and EPA diagnostic network, its usage continues to grow. Controller Area Network (CAN) training covers the theory, operation and use of the CAN protocol, and its applications in the automotive and other industries.

Tonex Automotive Engineering courses are especially beneficial for:

  • System engineers
  • Software and hardware engineers
  • Managers responsible for the development and implementation of systems, software and hardware in a motor vehicle
  • Product development engineers
  • Suppliers whose products contain electronics or software
  • Quality engineers
  • SPICE, CMMI and internal process assessment personnel
  • Attorneys involved in Product Liability
  • Supplier quality engineers
  • Functional safety managers
  • Functional safety implementation leaders and senior management.

Why Choose Tonex?

Tonex courses have a 98 percent satisfaction rating by students who recommend Tonex courses to their peers and colleagues.

Our success over the past 30 years has a lot to do with our flexibility. We understand that organizations, individuals and companies learn best when the course materials are relevant to them. That’s why we customize every learning solution we deliver to the backgrounds of the students, their roles, the project they are working on, as well as the development and production platforms they use.

Tonex only employs world class instructors who are not only experts in their fields but also bring real life experience into their classrooms that helps participants receive a more insightful perspective on topics.

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Automotive Engineering Training