Online Training: Understanding Vehicle Domains
In the VDI ‘Understanding Vehicle Domains’ Online Training, you will learn not just about the classification basics of electronic systems in domains/subsystems, but also about the characteristics of various domains. Electronic systems in the drivetrain, suspension, chassis and in multimedia and infotainment will be looked at in detail. As a result of the usage of new technology inside and outside of vehicles, themes such as driver assistance systems and automation have become more relevant and you will have the opportunity to work on them in this context.
Fundamental E/E knowledge will get you ready for the future
The development of modern electric/electronic architectures (E/E) is one of the greatest challenges in the automotive industry. A substantial number of development criteria need to be considered and classic vehicle domains need to be combined with new functions in the areas of driver assistance and autonomous driving. New functions can arise in the process that are not just limited to the car, but also include IT back end services outside of it. The ‘Understanding Vehicle Domains’ Online Training will look at these domains in the context of current developments in the automotive sector.
This interactive online training will give you a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals in various vehicle domains and their characteristics and functionality. You will receive important knowledge to equip yourself for the future in the automotive industry and will gain an understanding of the challenges that you will need to face in the area of E/E.
Combine further online training and become a VDI Certified Professional
The ‘Understanding Vehicle Domains’ Online Training is part of the Automotive Software Project Management digital course (Technical Online Course), which consists of 10 online training modules. This Online Training is suitable for career and cross-starters as well as other professionals who seek to get into this topic. The course will give you a fundamental introduction and understanding to help you to professionally manage agile software projects involving connected vehicles. You will learn about relevant process models for software development and how to apply them. Once you have completed all 10 online training modules and have passed the exam, you will be awarded the VDI-Certified Professional for Automotive Software Project Management certificate.
Technical themes in the usual VDI quality – now digital and interactive!
- Experience and learn about technical themes based on practical examples and scenarios
- Advance your personal motivation with Serious Business Gaming
- Take advantage of short and compact learning units that can easily be integrated into your daily work
The ‘Understanding Vehicle Domains’ Online Training Course includes the following learning objectives:
- Key terms, characteristics and connections in the application domain of software-based E/E systems in cars
- Vehicle Domains in the context of current automotive developments
- The basics of electronic control systems and bus systems
- The independent processing of a case study based on an exemplary system
Who should take part?
The VDI Automotive Software Project Management Technical Online Course, with the Understanding Vehicle Domains learning unit is aimed at professionals and managers in the automotive and electrical engineering industry, who work in E/E systems and software development. In particular:
- Beginners and cross-starters in E/E systems
- Development engineers
- Project leaders and managers
- Organization developers
- Employees in software and consulting companies
Who has devised this learning unit?
Dr. Mirko Conrad is CTO und Functional Safety Consultant in the area of functional safety at engineering consulting company samoconsult GmbH and works as a guest lecturer in the area of computer science at the Technical University of Dresden and Munich. He has developed the content of this learning unit and worked on the concept for the online module. His research specialties include Automotive Software Engineering, Functional Safety as well as Model-based Development & Testing.
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