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

Analysts agree that automotive engineering and the automotive industry in general are set for global growth over the next decade.

Automotive engineers play a crucial roles in designing cleaner and more efficient vehicles to address environmental challenges, while urbanization is driving a need for better transport solutions.

One area automotive engineering has focused on in recent years is moving away from the internal combustion engine (ICE) in favor of an all-electric fleet. This has been made possible by engineering improvement in batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles.

This refinement has been an ongoing process with many layers. Currently, Lithium-ion batteries are typically the best batteries for electric vehicles (EVs), although you can still find other types of batteries such as nickel-metal hydride, lead-acid and ultracapacitors.

Lithium-ion batteries offer the highest energy density in the rechargeable-battery market (100-265 Wh/kg). This makes charging a lithium-ion battery easier, faster and long-lasting. This also makes for a more powerful battery overall.

Often, automotive engineering is divided into three broad groups:

  • Design and development
  • Manufacturing and production
  • Quality and cost

These groups are responsible for assorted stages of a part’s lifecycle. But there also is crossover in that the engineers in the different groups need to communicate with one another. In other words, each team needs to work consistently with the others to make sure that the part or vehicle for the customer can get on the road.

The automotive engineers in manufacturing also need to work with the quality department to ensure that the process they designed is repeatable and stable.

Like so many other areas of technology, automotive engineering is evolving.

Digitization, increasing automation, and new business models have revolutionized automotive engineering giving rise to advances in diverse mobility, autonomous driving, electrification, and connectivity.

One study shows that up to 15% of new cars sold in 2030 could be fully autonomous. Additionally, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are expected to play a crucial role in preparing regulators, consumers, and corporations for the medium-term reality of cars taking over control from drivers.

And another thing: The automotive engineering sector has been one of the most innovative.

Keeping pace with that distinction, automotive engineers have now figured out how to incorporate the cannabis plant into legitimate operations.

Cannabis is now being used as a fuel, additive, and material for a motor vehicle’s parts and components. An example of this would be hemp-based composites being used to make car parts that are lighter and stronger

This is happening because cannabis is a sustainable crop that can be used to create biofuel. Biofuel created from the cannabis plant is environmentally friendly and a renewable source of energy.

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