Automotive technology is increasingly relying on a use of electronic components. This trend has rapidly changed the demands placed on the training of automotive mechatronicians in recent years. Many of the faults occurring on a car today are detected by the on-board electronics and indicated to the driver in the cockpit.
To localize a fault, automotive technicians must operate complex measuring instruments and be able to correctly interpret the readouts. New solutions for automotive training prepare aspiring technicians for a use of new diagnostic strategies.
The automobile - just another computer network
Fault localization with the automotive diagnosis trainer
The automotive diagnosis trainer is a completely new solution permitting the simulation of over 70 different faults on a vehicle. Ranging from blocked fuel filters through ruptured cables to defective injection valves, these faults have been organized into various difficulty categories allowing individual and practical instruction. Capable of being simulated by the software, the entire vehicle and a number of standard measurement and testing instruments can be made simultaneously available on a multimedia platform to any required number of trainees. This eliminates the need to divide up large student groups among a few available vehicles, elaborate installation of faults on real vehicles, and the cumbersome repair of vehicles suffering inadvertent permanent damage during diagnosis.
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