Customer Training in Germany

ETAS Academy – Knowledge is the key to success

Our trainers are highly experienced engineers in the field of engineering and support, who relish sharing knowledge on ETAS products and development processes. Target groups for the trainings are beginners, advanced users and those who wish to expand their existing knowledge.

Our modern training rooms are well equipped at every seminar place with suitable software as well as hardware for practical sessions.

Every participant will receive detailed training materials and a certificate of participation. Both refreshments and lunch will be included.

The seminars are usually from 9:00 to 17:00 at ETAS, Stuttgart-Feuerbach. (travel and parking information)

The online registration form is user-friendly: Select the desired course date and complete the form. You will receive a reservation confirmation.

We conduct all trainings at the customer’s site in German or English.

We would be pleased to send you a personal offer when requested.

Please contact us for dates, prices and details.

For more information or questions, concerning trainings please contact:

ETAS GmbH
Consulting, Training & Operation Services
Borsigstr. 24
DE 70469 Stuttgart
Phone: +49 711 3423-2472
E-Mail: training.de@etas.com

Additional trainings for measurement and calibration are available at Bosch Engineering GmbH.

Measurement, Calibration, Diagnostics

INCA Compact Course

This training covers the essential functionality of the INCA product family (Database management, measurements, calibration, evaluation of measure files). The emphasis is on a „hands on“ approach. Calibration experience is required.

INCA Compact Course

Please contact us for available dates English

INCA-K (Compact Seminar)

 

Participants:

You wish to calibrate in the vehicle with INCA. Due to your experience of calibration, the emphasis of this course is the “hands-on” operation of INCA.

Contents:

You will learn about the connection between the software and the hardware.

  • Two page concept, division in program and data.
  • ASAM MCD 2 MC and *.hex files.
  • Connection of additional hardware and configuration of the measurement channels.

You will become familiar with the INCA database through practical exercises.

  • Opening of the database and construction of the database structure.
  • Explanation of the database items Workspace, Project, and Experiment.
  • Creation of new projects in the INCA database.
  • Coupling of the workspace with a project and data sets.
  • Exporting and importing of database items.

You can adapt the measurement and calibration environment to your preference.

  • Variable selection and allocation of the measuring sample rate.
  • Measurement of additional calculated signals.
  • Variables displayed in various windows (configuration of variables).
  • Saving (and write protection) of the experiment environment.

You will carry out measurement and calibration tasks and save the data sets.

  • Matching of data sets between PC and ECU/ETK (Download, Upload, Flashing).
  • Recording of measurement variables in measure files.
  • Calibration of parameters, maps, and curves.
  • Saving and write protection of data sets.
  • Creation of *.hex-files.

Calibration data sets are managed with the Calibration Data Manager (CDM).

  • Documentation of the data sets.
  • Comparison and merge of cali- bration data.
  • Creation of exchange format (DCM- and CVX files).

The measure files are evaluated with the Measure Data Analyzer (MDA).


Requirements:         Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®

Course duration:     2 days

 

INCA - Calibration

This training covers the complete scope of the functionality of the INCA product family (database management, measurement, calibration, evaluation of measure files, and connection to the dyno). Practical operation and explanation of the theoretical context. Ideal for beginners.

INCA Calibration (German)

10 Sep 2019 - 12 Sep 2019 German      Places available: 6 Stuttgart
24 Sep 2019 - 26 Sep 2019 German      Places available: 9 Stuttgart
08 Oct 2019 - 10 Oct 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
22 Oct 2019 - 24 Oct 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
05 Nov 2019 - 07 Nov 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
26 Nov 2019 - 28 Nov 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
17 Dec 2019 - 19 Dec 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
14 Jan 2020 - 16 Jan 2020 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
28 Jan 2020 - 30 Jan 2020 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart
INCA Calibration (English)

27 Aug 2019 - 29 Aug 2019 English      Places available: 9 Stuttgart
10 Dec 2019 - 12 Dec 2019 English      Places available: 12 Stuttgart

INCA - Calibration


Participants:

You wish to calibrate in the vehicle and wish to learn the functionality of the INCA software.


Objectives:

The practical operation of the software and the knowledge of the INCA database are important for you. Additionally, you are interested in the advantages and disadvantages of various calibration concepts.


Contents:

You will learn about the connection between the software and the hardware. 

  • Architecture and functionality of ETK and ETAS calibration devices.
  • Two page concept, division in program and data.
  • ASAM MCD 2 MC and *.hex files.
  • Connection of additional hardware and configuration of the measure channels.

You will become familiar with the INCA database through practical exercises.

  • Opening of the database and construction of the database structure.
  • Explanation of the database items Workspace, Project, and Experiment.
  • Creation of new projects in the INCA database.
  • Coupling of the workspace with a project and data sets.
  • Exporting and importing of database items.

You can adapt the measurement and calibration environment to your preference.

  • Variable selection and allocation of the measuring sample rate.
  • Measurement of additional calculated signals.
  • Variables displayed in various windows (configuration of variables).
  • Saving (and write protection) of the experiment environment.

Measurement and calibration tasks will be carried out and the data sets will be saved.

  • You will carry out measurement and calibration tasks and save the data sets.
  • Matching of data sets between the PC and the ECU/ETK (Download, Upload, Flashing).
  • Recording of measurement variables in measure files.
  • Calibration of parameters, maps and curves.
  • Saving and write protection of data sets.
  • Creation of *.hex-files.

Calibration data sets are managed with the Calibration Data Manager (CDM).

  • Documentation of the data sets.
  • Comparison and merge of calibration data.
  • Creation of exchange format (DCM, CVX and CDF files).

The measurement data files are evaluated with the Measure Data Analyzer (MDA).

You will learn how INCA communicates with the test bed over the ASAM MCD 3 interface.

 

Requirements:          Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®

Course duration:      3 days

INCA – Advanced Calibration Techniques

The scope of this course is the advanced functionality in INCA, Tips & Tricks. INCA experience is required.

INCA - Advanced Calibration Techniques

01 Oct 2019 - 02 Oct 2019 German      Places available: 11 Stuttgart

INCA - Advanced Calibration Techniques


Contents:

Automate recurring operation steps

  • Auto start of INCA


Measurement and Calibration

  • Extended functions in the variable selection dialog
  • New functions in the trigger management
  • Recorder manager for multi measurement recordings
  • Several working pages with the calibration scenario editor
  • Calibration of measurement variables
  • Calibration with a data exchange file instead of a Hex-file
  • Tips & Tricks for creation of experiments

Hardware

  • Troubleshooting for the hardware initialisation

Database configuration

  • Faster opening of experiments without a full hardware initialisation
  • Options for the Licence manager

MDA

  • Synchronisation of several Measurement windows
  • Creating and usage of print templates for printers and for PowerPoint
  • Usage of the additional Cursor functionalities
  • Intelligent data reduction

CDM

  • Function oriented selection of variables
  • Extended options for listing and comparing


Requirements:           Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®

Course duration:       2 days

INCA FLOW Coaching

INCA FLOW Coaching

Please contact us for available dates German

INCA FLOW Coaching


Participants:

Are you a calibrator of automotive Electronic Control Units (ECU)? Do you have the need to calibrate complex ECU functions with many sub-functions and a high number of calibration variables? Are these actions required to be performed frequently in an efficient and cost effective manner? If Yes, ETAS has a solution: INCA-FLOW. Through powerful graphical automation technologies INCA-FLOW will enable you to improve the quality of your results, while being able to design 100% reproducible procedures which can be initiated by the click of a button.

Coaching can be provided at your place of business or at ETAS headquarter here in Stuttgart, through the use of our own ETAS-test vehicle. The coaching will be carried out by using one of your own calibration tasks so that you can directly see the benefits of INCA-Flow in your daily work.
 

Contents:

Identify an applicable, real world use-case from your daily work environment

  • Review use-cases & requirements for INCA FLOW
  • Identify benefits of INCA FLOW within the use-case

Introduction to INCA FLOW

  • Installation & start
  • INCA FLOW tools & resources
  • Main operating elements and views
  • How INCA FLOW handles the calibration process

Working with INCA FLOW

  • Realization of the customer defined use-case
  • Common documentation of the calibration steps
  • Common realization of the INCA FLOW scripts
  • Start-up of the script in the customer vehicle / engine
  • Validate the optimization of the script

 

Requirements:           Basic knowledge of automotive ECU calibration processes
                                     Basic INCA knowledge

Duration:                     dependent on the complexity of the project
 

ASCMO Coaching

ASCMO Coaching


Participants:

You are a calibrator of automotive Electronic Control Units (ECU)! You have the need to calibrate complex ECU functions with a high number of calibration variables! These actions are required to be performed in an efficient and cost effective way! You lack the availability of test-vehicles and test-benches and would therefore prefer to work with a data based simulation model? If Yes, ETAS has a solution: ASCMO. Through powerful DoE modelling, simulation and graphical animation technologies ASCMO will enable you to improve the quality of your results, and enables you to implement procedures for data reduction and evaluation which can be initiated by the click of a button.
ASCMO-Coaching can provide you with the required capabilities and with tips and tricks on your problem at hand and at your place of business or at ETAS headquarter here in Stuttgart. The coaching will be carried out on one of your own calibration, modelling or simulation tasks so that you can directly see the benefits of ASCMO for your daily work.


Contents:

Identify an applicable, real world use-case from your daily work environment

  • Review use-cases & requirements for ASCMO
  • Identify benefits of ASCMO within the use-case

Introduction to ASCMO

  • Installation & start-up
  • ASCMO data reduction
  • Modelling and simulation capabilities
  • Generation and Optimisation of calibrations

Working with ASCMO

  • Realization of the customer defined use-case
  • Common documentation of the calibration steps
  • Common realization of ASCMO projects
  • Common definition and implementation of optimisation criteria
  • Common generation and review of optimized calibrations
  • Visualisation and documentation of results
  • Implementation of ASCMO scripts

 

Requirements:        Basic knowledge of automotive ECU calibration processes
                                       Basic simulation knowledge
                                       Basic knowledge of mathematical statistics

Duration:                 dependent on the complexity of the project

Software Engineering

EHOOKS

This training covers nearly the complete scope of the functionality of the EHOOKS. You will get an overview about the technology “software hooks”, especially in the area of OTB (On-Target-Bypass).

EHOOKS

20 Sep 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart

EHOOKS Training

 

Participants:

This course is designed for software -and function developers with a need for fast changes in ECU software with EHOOKS.
 

Objectives:

  • You will learn, how you can hook your software on your own with EHOOKS.
  • Additionally you will learn how you can use well known IDEs (integrated development environments) to do more complex software hooks.
     

Contents:

  • Basic concepts of software hooks and advantages in today’s software development
  • How to use EHOOKS
  • Possible types of hooks:
    - Hooked-Based-Bypass (HBB)
    - Service-Based-Bypass (SBB)
    - On-Target-Bypass (OTB)
  • Integration of EHOOKS in software development environments such as ASCET and Matlab / Simulink® (based on concrete examples)
  • Hints and tips on the effective usage of EHOOKS


Requirements:          Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®
                                         Basic knowledge of ASCET and Matlab/Simulink®
                                         Knowledge about calibration processes

Course duration:      1 day

ASCET-MD: Modeling and Design (ASCET V6)

Based on practical examples this training covers nearly the complete scope of the functionality of the ASCET product family: MD (graphical modeling of software), SE (code generation for microcontrollers), SCM (version control, Diff – Comparison of models). Ideal for beginners.

ASCET-MD: Modeling and Design (ASCET V6)

04 Dec 2019 - 06 Dec 2019 German      Places available: 8 Stuttgart

ASCET-MD Training: Modeling and Design


Participants:

This course is intended for new users of ASCET-MD who want to use the tool to model and simulate ECU software functions.


Objectives:

  • The concept of ASCET-MD and its central role in the automotive embedded control system development cycle.
  • Creating reusable and/or target-independent control functions.
  • Simulating and debugging control algorithms in an experiment environment.
  • After an introduction into graphic modelling you will apply this method (Floating-Point-View) to calculate ASCET functions with fix point variables
  • Generating production-intent ANSI C-code (fix point arithmetic) automatically from an ASCET model.


Contents:

  • Introduction of the ASCET workflow
  • The modeling languages in ASCET
  • The component module
  • The component class
  • The component Conditional Table
  • Defining functionality of components with C and ESDL
  • Usage of measured signals
  • The component state machine
  • The project in ASCET
  • Modelling of closed loop controlled systems with CT-Blocks
  • Integer code generation
  • Documentation for components and projects
  • Version control via ASCET-SCM
  • Comparison of ASCET models via ASCET-Diff


Requirements:          Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®

Course duration:      3 days

 

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7): Switch from V6

The handling of the tool is explained by means of illustrative examples and deepened with exercises. Graphical and textual description of functions, simulation of these functions and code generation are practically applied and explained. Model conversion from ASCET V6 to ASCET V7 and version management complete the training.

This training is suitable for ASCET V6 users.

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7): Switch from V6

17 Oct 2019 - 18 Oct 2019 German      Freie Plätze: 12 Stuttgart

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7): Switch from V6

Participants:
This course is intended for ASCET 6 users, who already have experience with ASCET V6. The participants are developers for functions and software in Electronic Control Units, who are able to design their own models or model parts in ASCET V6.

Objectives:

  • Get an overview of the concept of ASCET-Developer and its central role in the automotive embedded control system development cycle, compared to ASCET V6
  • Hands on exercises will help you to get used quickly with the operation of ASCET Developer
  • You will know the textual ESDL language as well, as the graphical block diagram and the state machine
  • Get familiar with the known ETAS Experiment Environment and learn how to verify and analyze your functions
  • Generate ANSI C code for fix point arithmetic similar to series production code.

Contents:

  • Introduction in ASCET 7 and its operation, compared to ASCET V6
  • ESDL class, block diagram class (short), the Application, the new state machine editor
  • Running your functions in the ETAS Experiment Environment, including measurement, calibration, stimulation and recording
  • Generation of integer code
  • Version management for ASCET functions
  • Comparison of ASCET functions

Course duration:        2 days

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7)

The handling of ASCET is demonstrated, using clear examples and deepened with many exercises. Practical applications of graphical and textual function description, simulation of these functions and code generation are the main topics of this training. Integer-Code-Optimiyation and version management complete it.

This training is suitable for beginners in the area of model based development with ASCET.

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7)

18 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 German      Places available: 12 Stuttgart

ASCET-DEVELOPER (ASCET V7)

Participants:

This course is intended for new ASCET users,  who have no or little experience with ASCET. The participants are developers for functions and software in Electronic Control Units.

Objectives:

  • Get an overview of the concept of ASCET-DEVELOPER and its central role in the automotive embedded control system development cycle.
  • Use ASCET Developer for building functions and develop ECU software. Learn how to operate ASCET-DEVELOPER.
  • You will know the textual ESDL language as well as the graphical block diagram and the state machine
  • Get familiar with the ETAS Experiment Environment and learn how to verify and analyze your functions.
  • Generate ANSI C code for fix point arithmetic similar to series production code.

Contents:

  • Introduction in ASCET V7 and its operation
  • ESDL class, block diagram class, the Application, the state machine
  • Running your functions in the ETAS Experiment Environment, including measurement, calibration, stimulation, and recording
  • Generation of integer code
  • Version management for ASCET functions
  • Comparison of ASCET functions

Course duration:        3 days

INTECRIO Coaching

INTECRIO Coaching

Please contact us for available dates English

INTECRIO Coaching

 

Participants:

You wish to test ASCET and MATLAB® /Simulink® models quickly in a real-time environment in the vehicle or on the test bench.
 

Contents:

  • You will learn the structure of INTECRIO and the interface to the supported modeling tools.
  • Using examples from Simulink® and ASCET models, you will carry out the necessary model adaptation and import these models into INTECRIO.
  • You will learn how to configure and integrate the models in the INTECRIO environment.
  • In addition to the software systems, you will build up a hardware configuration and connect it to the model being tested.
  • As simulation hardware, you will get familiar with the Virtual-Prototyping-Target on PC as well as our real-time-device ES910 with its hardware interfaces.


Requirements:       Knowledge of PCs and MS Windows®
                                 ASCET- and/or Simulink® knowledge

Course duration:    dependent on the complexity of the project

RTA Solutions

AUTOSAR Basic Software

Advanced training on configuration, generation and integration of AUTOSAR Basic Software.

AUTOSAR Basic Software

21 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019 English      Places available: 3 Stuttgart

AUTOSAR Basic Software

AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is an open and standardized automotive software architecture, jointly developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and tool developers.

Participants:

Project Managers, Software Architects, ECU Software developers
 

Objectives:

The aim of this advanced training is to provide an introduction to the AUTOSAR standard and how it supports the automotive software development process with focus on the basic software. The participants learn the basics of the configuration and generation of the AUTOSAR basic software modules. The training covers the basics on the services layer, the communication stack, the memory stack and diagnostics stack. It is based on the AUTOSAR R4.0 specification.


Contents:

  • AUTOSAR Overview
    Motivation, Organization, Basics, Methodology
  • The Layered AUTOSAR Software Architecture
    Concepts, Layers, Stacks
  • Communication Stack
    Configuration and generation of a CAN example
  • Services Layer
    Mode Management, EcuM
  • Memory Stack
    NvRam configuration and generation
  • Diagnostics Stack
    Configuration of a Diagnostic Service, a Diagnostic Event and a DTC
  • ECU Configuration and C-Code Integration in a virtual ECU

The training combines theory and practical exercise. The AUTOSAR Tooling (RTA-RTE, RTA-OS and ISOLAR-EVE) will be provided by ETAS for the practical exercises. The ETAS Basic Software Modules will be used.


Requirements:           The training “AUTOSAR for Software Developers” or equivalent experience in projects

Course duration:       2 days

AUTOSAR for Software Developer

Introductory training on AUTOSAR with focus on the development of application software components, RTE configuration and generation.

AUTOSAR for Software Developer

19 Nov 2019 - 20 Nov 2019 English      Places available: 3 Stuttgart

AUTOSAR for Software Developers

AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is an open and standardized automotive software architecture, jointly developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and tool developers.

Participants:

Project Managers, Software Architects, ECU software developers


Objectives:

The aim of the training is to provide an introduction to the AUTOSAR standard and how it supports the automotive software development process. The participants learn how to develop application software components and how they are integrated in an ECU. This training is based on the AUTOSAR R4.0 specification.


Contents:

  • AUTOSAR Overview
    Motivation, Organization, Basics, Methodology
  • AUTOSAR Software Component Template
    Concepts, Software Components and Compositions, NVRam, Mode Management
  • AUTOSAR System Template
    System Configuration, ECU Configuration, RTE Generation
  • AUTOSAR Code Integration in a virtual ECU
  • Measurement and Calibration in AUTOSAR

The training focuses on the AUTOSAR concepts and combines theory and practical exercise. The participant can choose to use the AUTOSAR Tooling provided by ETAS or own tools for the practical exercises.


Requirements:          Basic knowledge on software development

Course duration:      2 days

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Software Developers

Introductory training to the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform with focus on the development of application software, communication management and execution management.

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Software Developers

15 Oct 2019 - 16 Oct 2019 English      Places available: 8 Stuttgart
12 Nov 2019 - 13 Nov 2019 English      Places available: 10 Stuttgart

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Software Developers

AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is an open and standardized automotive software architecture, jointly developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and tool developers.

Participants:

The participant is assumed to be an engineer who develops application software components or a software architect.

Objectives:

The aim of the training is to provide an introduction to the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform concepts and how they support the automotive software development process.

Contents:

  • AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform Overview
    Motivation, Organization, Basics, Architecture and Methodology
  • Machine lifecycle and Application State Management
  • Execution Management
  • Communication Management
    Service oriented communication, Skeleton & Proxy, SOME/IP binding
  • Implementing, building and running an application
  • Interoperability between classic and adaptive applications

The training focuses on the AUTOSAR concepts and mixes theory and practical exercise to reinforce the theoretical concepts. The exercises use RTA-VRTE, based on the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform Demonstrator.

Requirements:

  • Experience with C++
  • No previous experience in AUTOSAR projects is required

Course duration: 2 days

SCODE Methodology: From Concepts to Code Generation

This training provides the knowledge of basic principles of SCODE Methodology and hands-on with the ETAS SCODE tool, to enable the participants to apply SCODE from concepts to Implementation.

SCODE Methodology: From Concepts to Code Generation

Please contact us for available dates English

SCODE Methodology: From Concepts to Code Generation


Participants:

You wish to master SCODE methodology and learn how to bring the concepts as implementation for the development of the embedded system software using ETAS SCODE Tool.


Objectives:

After the successful completion of the training, the participants:

  • know the basic principles of SCODE Methodology
  • have carried out the steps involved in SCODE Methodology
  • have a first hands-on with the ETAS SCODE tool
  • understand the advanced SCODE concepts and are able to use corresponding features of ETAS SCODE Tool to implement the concepts
  • have carried one basic example for code generation out of ETAS SCODE Tool
  • understand the various implementation pattern to derive ECU-ready implementation based on the SCODE Analysis Results



Contents:

SCODE Essential Analysis Methodology

  • Overview
  • Objective and Benefits
  • Steps Involved in SCODE Analysis
  • Outputs of SCODE Analysis

ETAS SCODE Tool

  • Overview and Features
  • Demo

Applying SCODE Methodology

  • Definition of Problem Space
  • Definition of Modes
  • Definition of Mode Transitions

Beyond SCODE 101

  • Functional Dependencies
  • Resolving Overlaps
  • Model Visualization
  • Code Generation
  • Implementation Patterns

Summary and Takeaways


Requirements:          Basic Experience in Embedded System Development / System Engineering

Course duration:      1 day

Test Systems

LABCAR-OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment

The participant will be trained to operate the ETAS Experiment Environment in LABCAR OPERATOR and independently carry out manual tests with LABCAR. The training course includes exercises to increase/establish understanding.

LABCAR OPERATOR / Integration Platform

Continuing training after the training "LABCAR OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment“

LABCAR-OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment

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LABCAR OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment and Integration Platform


LABCAR OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment - Basic Operation

Participants:

This training course is aimed at new users of the LABCAR software. It is designed for hardware and software developers and calibration engineers who wish to carry out ECU tests with the aid of LABCAR.


Objectives:

The participant will be trained to operate the ETAS Experiment Environment in LABCAR OPERATOR and independently carry out manual tests with LABCAR. The training course includes exercises to increase/establish understanding.


Contents:

 Overview of the LABCAR test system
• Operation of the LABCAR test system with LABCAR OPERATOR
• Stimulation of signals
• Configuration of sensors and actuators
• Creation of user interfaces
• Recording of measurement data
• Management of model parameter sets
• Integration of the ECU calibration tool INCA


Requirements:   good knowledge of Microsoft® Windows
                             basic knowledge of test systems

Course duration: 1 day

 

LABCAR OPERATOR / Integration Platform Training – Project setup and configuration

Participants:

This training course is for users who want to create new projects for LABCAR OPERATOR and want to make model changes to existing projects.


    Objectives:

    As a continuing training after the training "LABCAR OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment Environment“ a test project is configured for a manual ECU test with LABCAR. An ASCET and a Simulink® simulation model are integrated into the project. The essential steps from the graphical model to the real time experiment are demonstrated (integration of the hardware, connection of the signals, real time operating system settings). The training course includes exercises to increase/establish understanding.


    Contents:

    • Structure of a HIL system, structure of the software LABCAR OPERATOR
    • Information concerning the setting up of the operator PC
    • Integration of an ASCET and a Simulink® model into a LABCAR OPERATOR project
    • Configuration of the hardware and connection to the simulation model
    • Integration of a CAN bus simulation
    • Configuration of the real time operating system
     

    Requirements:   - PC operation and basic knowledge of Microsoft® Windows
                                 - knowledge of the LABCAR operation (recommendation: training "LABCAR
                                   OPERATOR / ETAS Experiment   Environment“ - Basic Operation)
                                 - experience with MATLAB®/Simulink®

    Course duration:  1 day

     

    LABCAR OPERATOR / Integration ETAS Experiment Environment and Platform

    Course duration:   
    2 days

     

    Introduction to LABCAR AUTOMATION (Automation Sequence Builder)

    Introduction to LABCAR AUTOMATION (Automation Sequence Builder)

    Please contact us for available dates German

    Coaching: Introduction to LABCAR-AUTOMATION (Automation Sequence Builder)


    Participants:

    The coaching is intended for beginners in LABCAR AUTOMATION Software. Its target audiences are calibration engineers and developers of hardware, software and functions, who want to carry out automated ECU/UUT tests with LABCAR AUTOMATION.


    Objectives:

    The program components for configuration and execution of an automated test case are introduced.
    An introduction to test case creation and execution by use of Automation Sequence Builder (ASB)
    is given.


    Contents:

    • Basic Operation of LABCAR AUTOMATION
    • Creation of test bench configuration
    • Creation of test cases
    • Debugging of test cases
    • Test execution and test report
    • Setting up test environment
    • Code generation
    • Creation of function libraries
       

    Requirements:     good Windows knowledge
                                      knowledge of LABCAR systems (e. g. LABCAR OPERATOR training)

    Course duration:  dependent on the complexity of the project

     

    LABCAR AUTOMATION Tester and Editors

    LABCAR AUTOMATION Tester and Editors

    Please contact us for available dates German

    LABCAR AUTOMATION Tester and Editors


    Participants:

    The course is intended for beginners in LABCAR AUTOMATION Software. Its target audiences are test creators, test responsibles, testers, test bench responsibles, software developers, who want to carry out automated ECU/UUT tests with LABCAR AUTOMATION.


    Objectives:

    An overview of role-oriented tests with LABCAR AUTOMATION in the field of processorientated software development is obtained. The program components for configuration and execution of an automated test project are introduced.
    An introduction to test case creation with C# and use of Automotive Test Class Library (ATCL) is given. The basics of a test case and necessary steps in each the test case, like Port handling Parameter handling, etc. are explained. The connection from code to the configuration files will be explained.


    Contents:

    • LABCAR AUTOMATION – a tool for specification and execution of automated tests in the field of process orientated software development
    • Basic Operation of LABCAR AUTOMATION
    • Integration of test cases
    • Test parameterization and execution order
    • Test execution and test report
    • Setting up development environment
    • Minimal test case
    • Test structure
    • Test case using ATCL
    • Use of object oriented inheritance
    • Useful functions/classes
       

    Requirements:     good Windows knowledge
                                      knowledge of LABCAR systems (e. g. LABCAR OPERATOR training)
                                      basic knowledge of object oriented programming techniques

    Course duration:  2 days