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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems New York
September 19, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
(ADAS) Diagnosing & Servicing
ADAS includes many integrated options – and the complexity of these systems is increasing. The most important question is “who will be capable of repairing these systems, when needed?”
Body and mechanical shops need to gear up for servicing these systems or find a shop capable of performing this service.
This seminar, sponsored by Bosch, provides an overview of the variety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems found on vehicles today – and what it takes to service these complex systems.
ADAS – What levels are set by the Society of Automotive Engineers
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – Why this is an important safety feature
Night Vision System – How the system dectects warm objects
Lane change assist – Types of sensors used
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) – How is distance determined from other vehicles
Special Service Tools – Which sensor replacement tools are needed
Drive Assistance Calibration – Different types of aligning systems
Vehicle Networking Diagnostics (VND)
This course provides the technician with an understanding of vehicle networking systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair networking systems on newer model year vehicles. Approximately half the time will be spent performing hands-on tasks on training vehicles. Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One (1) year practical experience and completion of the Electrical – Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online Electrical test. (technician must pass this online Electrical test prior to enrolling in this class.)
Online Electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/ bosch-electrical-assessment-test
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