Customer Training in the US

Regular Customer Training Options

Customer training  takes place in our fully-equipped training lab in Ann Arbor.  You will be trained by product or support engineers that have hands-on, real-world experience. Our workshops usually begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. with an hour break for lunch.  Continental breakfast and a full lunch are provided.

Sign-up is easy! Just select your desired class and date below to bring up our online registration form.

ASCET User Training

ASCET User Training

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ASCET User Training

The objective of this 3-day workshop is to gain a working knowledge of ASCET, to enable the user to model and simulate an embedded control system.

The ASCET User Training workshop consists of the following topics:

  • The concept of ASCET and its central role in the automotive embedded control system development cycle.
  • Building control functions with graphical (block diagrams), textual (C-code or ASCET’s own embedded systems language, ESDL), and state-machine specifications.
  • Creating reusable and/or target-independent control functions.
  • Simulating and debugging control algorithms in an experiment environment.
  • Associating a target-independent model to a specific microcontroller target.
  • Assigning control processes to operating system tasks (e.g. timers and interrupts).
  • Generating production-intent ANSI C-code automatically from an ASCET model.

Price per Student: $2,085.00.

For more information or to sign up, please contact:
Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

INCA – Advanced Calibration Techniques

A 2-day training class for anyone with basic INCA experience interested in learning about advanced functionality in INCA and other ETAS Advanced Calibration solutions.

INCA – Advanced Calibration Techniques

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INCA - Advanced Calibration Techniques

Do you have basic INCA experience but are looking for training on advanced functionality as well as Tips & Tricks to help in your work?  If so, then this newly added workshop for you.

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 initialization

Database configuration

  • Faster opening of experiments without a full hardware initialization
  • Options for the License manager

MDA

  • Synchronization 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

INCA FLOW – Guided Calibration

  • Automating and guiding the calibration of ECUs
  • Create your own calibration process

EHANDBOOK Interactive ECU Software Documentation

  • Handling the documentation during calibration
  • Connecting EHANDBOOK with INCA

 

Cost: The price per student is $1,390.00.
Prerequisite: INCA experience is required
Registration: To sign up, please complete the registration form by selecting your desired date above.
 

For more information, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

INCA User Training

A 2-day training class for anyone who wants to learn to calibrate and measure control unit functions in the vehicle using INCA.

INCA User Training

May 7-8, 2019 (English) Ann Arbor 
July 16-17, 2019 (English) Ann Arbor 
September 17-18, 2019 (English) Ann Arbor 
November 5-6, 2019 (English) Ann Arbor 

INCA User Training

Do you want to calibrate and measure control unit functions in the vehicle using INCA? If your answer is yes, then this workshop where you will learn INCA basic operation is right for you.

The INCA User Training workshop covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to the INCA system.
  • Basics of calibration and measurement with INCA.
  • Configuring INCA hardware.
  • Creating projects and datasets.
  • Creating experiment and measurement displays.
  • Using calibration displays to change calibration values.
  • Managing calibration data, configurations and databases on the INCA PC.
  • Performing post-analysis of measured data.
  • Comparing different calibration data.

 

Cost: The price per student is $1,390.00.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Microsoft© Windows is strongly recommended.
Registration: To sign up, please complete the registration form by selecting your desired date.


For more information, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

INTECRIO User Training

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INTECRIO User Training

The objective of this one-day class is to equip the attendee with the knowledge necessary to experiment with ASCET and/or Simulink embedded control system models quickly (i.e. Rapid Prototyping) in a real time environment in the vehicle or on the test bench using INTECRIO. The workshop format is a combination of formal presentations combined with “hands-on” work sessions. The INTECRIO User Training workshop consists of the following topics:

  • Attendee will learn the structure of INTECRIO and the interface to supported modeling tools
  • Using examples from Simulink and ASCET models, attendee will perform the necessary adaptations and import these models into INTECRIO.
  • Attendee will learn how to configure and integrate the models in the INTECRIO environment.
  • In addition to the software systems, attendee will build a hardware configuration and connect it to the model being tested.
  • Attendee will learn the steps to build an executable prototype and use it within the INTECRIO experiment environment.
  • Attendee will become briefly acquainted with the various hardware interfaces such as ETK Bypass.


Cost: Price per Student: $695.00
Prerequisite: General PC knowledge, ASCET and/or Simulink knowledge


For more information, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

LABCAR-OPERATOR User Training

LabCar is a 2-day course. LabCar Operator is a software application that enables the user to control and analyze behavior within hardware-in-the-loop test systems.

LABCAR-OPERATOR User Training

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LABCAR-OPERATOR User Training

Do you want to learn how to test embedded software in electronic control units on a LABCAR hardware-in-the-loop test bench? If your answer is yes, then this workshop, where you will learn how to work with LABCAR-OPERATOR, is right for you.

The LABCAR-OPERATOR training workshop covers the following topics:

  • Basics of hardware-in-the-loop testing
  • Introduction to the LABCAR system
  • Creating Simulink models that run in real time
  • Configuring LABCAR hardware
  • Connecting real-time Simulink models to external hardware
  • Creating experiments
  • Recording, analyzing, and replaying data
  • Creating of Graphical User Interfaces
  • Scripting of experiments
  • Creating CAN IO and monitoring the CAN bus
  • Inserting electrical faults
  • Calibrating on the test bench with INCA

This is a two-day hands-on training class.


Cost: The price per student is $1,395.00.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Microsoft Windows and The Mathworks’ Simulink.
Registration: To sign up, please complete the registration form by selecting your desired date.


For more information, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

RTA-OSEK User Training

A 2-day training class for engineers who want to develop OSEK-based real-time systems.

RTA-OSEK User Training

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RTA-OSEK User Training is a 2-day training class for engineers who want to develop OSEK-based real-time systems. The course teaches real-time system engineering as a design-based activity, taking participants through the theory before putting this into practice with hands-on examples. Participants should have some basic knowledge in embedded software as well as the C programming language. No previous experience with operating systems is required.

Contents:

  • Introduction to the OSEK standards and features of the OSEK Operating System. Learn about the different task and interrupt models, how tasks and interrupts are scheduled for run-time behavior, and how deadlock and priority inversion are managed in the OSEK OS.
  • Introduction to the RTA product family. Learn about the key components of the offline tools and for what they are used. See how RTA products are used to develop a real-time system and how properties of the system can be verified before a single line of code is written.
  • Learn what real-time means from the operating system perspective, and how real-time behavior can be proven for preemptive systems using deadline monotonic analysis. From this theoretical basis, we take you through modeling real-time behavior in the RTA Planner tool as the first part of real-time system design.
  • Learn how to configure an OSEK OS using the RTA Builder as configuration tool. Understand the key features of tasks and interrupt service routines (ISRs), how they can access shared data safely and communicate at run-time. See how to configure the OS for periodic and aperiodic task activation.
  • Understand how to use RTA’s schedulability analysis to fix timing problems with applications and how to investigate potential application expansion possibilities with sensitivity analysis. Learn how to use the automatic stack space reduction tool.
  • Learn how to debug OSEK OS-based applications and how to validate real-time design models with run-time information using RTA-TRACE.

To sign up or for more information, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com

Additional Training Options

In addition to our standard training courses, we offer tailor-made workshops such as:

  • Customer Dedicated Training – Standard course reserved for only one customer.
    • Provides a secure environment for openly discussing proprietary issues/topics.
  • Training at the Customer Site – Brings the standard course to your location 
  • Quick-Start Training – Combination of the standard training and application assistance.
    • Training takes place at ETAS or the customer site.
    • Application assistance immediately follows at the customer site.
  • Custom Courses – ETAS can design, develop and deliver training that is customer/application specific.

For more information or any other training-related requests, please contact:

Terri Kimball, Customer Training
ETAS Inc.
3021 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: (734) 997-7860
Fax: (734) 997-9449
customer.training.us@etas.com