Upcoming Training: Automotive Software & Electronics Boot Camp (Lansdale, PA)
There's still time to register for our first East Coast Automotive Software & Electronics Boot Camp!
This course is less than 8 weeks away. Payment plans are still available until July 31st, so reserve your seat now!
Date: September 16-20, 2019
Location: MACS Headquarters (Lansdale, PA)
Instructor: Dr. Mark …
This boot camp will be using various components, software, and hardware training aids. Each participant receives their own storage case that includes a microcontroller, USB cable and USB device with over 180 software files and 100+ data files that they will use during the boot camp, and take with them for personal use when they are finished. Daily lunch and snacks are also included in the registration fee.
- The lecture and significant hands-on project content in this course, using the popular Arduino MC, will introduce participants to the world of Electronic Devices, MC, Software Writing, and Software Coding.
- Automotive Instructors will acquire skills to develop MC based classroom simulators, demonstrators, and develop student projects in a fun environment. Simulator and demonstrator systems are significant investments for the modern automotive classroom and this course will teach participants how to inexpensively create their own simulator and demonstration systems.
- Automotive technicians will develop skills to develop MC (software) based diagnostic systems that can be used to manipulate or control vehicle systems. Whether the technician wants to monitor control systems, inputs, or outputs this class will instruct them how to quickly make control systems to do it! The technicians will also learn how simple electronic and software circuits can be used with the Scan Tool to develop circuits that can make complex diagnostics easier!
- Information essential for individuals that want to architect vehicle "bugs" for courses or, develop circuits and software to focus on specific diagnostic objectives.
- Provide participants enough fundamental knowledge and skills that would permit them to develop microcontroller based applications and hardware interface tools for most automotive systems.
Check out the following videos featuring comments from past boot camp participants:
I would urge anyone that can to attend. I will be there
Hi Tim - I don't see your name on our class roster yet (unless I'm mistaken). Would you like us to have someone reach out to you about getting registered? I'd be happy to help!
Marion from MACS is supposed to be taking care of getting me registered according to the email I got from Steve Schaeber this AM. I am a trainer for MACS
That's great! Please make sure that she provides us an email address for you, so that we can send you all of the pre-training information that will go out about 1-2 weeks prior. See you in class!
We're looking forward to having you, Dean! We will be sending out an email about 1-2 weeks prior to the course with all of the "housekeeping" details (classroom location, what to bring to class, etc). Please let us know if you have any questions before the start of the course.
I look forward to the class, too! Mark's talk and seminars at the MACS Conventions were superb! Regards