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Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics

Self-paced videos, Lifetime access, Study material, Certification prep, Technical support, Course Completion Certificate


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Offer ends 30 June 2024
Study method
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Duration
20.1 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Reed courses certificate of completion - Free
  • Uplatz Certificate of Completion - Free

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Overview

Uplatz offers comprehensive training on Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics. This is a video-based online course (self-paced training). You will be awarded Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course.

Automotive electronics are electronic systems used in vehicles, including engine management, ignition, radio, carputers, telematics, in-car entertainment systems, and others. Ignition, engine and transmission electronics are also found in trucks, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, and other internal combustion powered machinery such as forklifts, tractors and excavators. Related elements for control of relevant electrical systems are also found on hybrid vehicles and electric cars.

Electronic systems have become an increasingly large component of the cost of an automobile, from only around 1% of its value in 1950 to around 30% in 2010. Modern electric cars rely on power electronics for the main propulsion motor control, as well as managing the battery system. Future autonomous cars will rely on powerful computer systems, an array of sensors, networking, and satellite navigation, all of which will require electronics.

Certificates

Reed courses certificate of completion

Digital certificate - Included

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed

Uplatz Certificate of Completion

Digital certificate - Included

Course Completion Certificate by Uplatz

Curriculum

1
section
36
lectures
20h 5m
total
    • 1: Electrical and Electronic Technology in Automobile 36:03
    • 2: Electronic Diesel Control 21:04
    • 3: Lighting Technology 40:31
    • 4: Electronic Stability Program 25:32
    • 5: Adaptive Cruise Control 21:13
    • 6: Occupant Protection Systems 22:20
    • 7: Basic Principles of Networking 30:04
    • 8: Automotive Networking 25:03
    • 9: Bus Systems 42:18
    • 10: LIN Bus 16:47
    • 11: MOST Bus 30:18
    • 12: Bluetooth 26:19
    • 13: FlexRay 32:46
    • 14: Diagnosis Interfaces 22:20
    • 15: Architecture of Electronic Systems 28:13
    • 16: Mechatronics 13:05
    • 17: Electronic Components in a Vehicle 17:31
    • 18: Semiconductor Components 27:06
    • 19: Manufacture of Semiconductor Components and Circuits 26:30
    • 20: Control Units 35:31
    • 21: Automotive Sensors 1:04:12
    • 22: Sensor Measuring Principle - part 1 55:12
    • 23: Sensor Measuring Principle - part 2 39:54
    • 24: Sensor Measuring Principle - part 3 29:16
    • 25: Sensor Measuring Principle - part 4 34:17
    • 26: Sensor Measuring Principle - part 5 37:20
    • 27: Gas Sensor and Concentration Sensors 48:31
    • 28: Sensor Types 1 38:00
    • 29: Sensor Types 2 - part 1 47:41
    • 30: Sensor Types 2 - part 2 37:03
    • 31: Actuators 31:57
    • 32: Hybrid Drives 49:39
    • 33: Vehicle Electrical Systems 39:57
    • 34: Starter Batteries 30:35
    • 35: Battery Design 58:02
    • 36: Battery Maintenance 22:30

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Description

Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics - Course Curriculum

  1. Electrical and Electronic Technology in Automobile
  2. Electronic Diesel Control
  3. Lighting Technology
  4. Electronic Stability Program
  5. Adaptive Cruise Control
  6. Occupant Protection Systems
  7. Basic Principles of Networking
  8. Automotive Networking
  9. Bus Systems
  10. LIN Bus
  11. MOST Bus
  12. Bluetooth
  13. FlexRay
  14. Diagnosis Interfaces
  15. Architecture of Electronic Systems
  16. Mechatronics
  17. Electronic Components in the Vehicle
  18. Semiconductor Components
  19. Manufacture of Semiconductor components and circuits
  20. Control Units
  21. Automotive Sensors
  22. Sensor Measuring Principle
  23. Gas Sensor and Concentration Sensors
  24. Sensor Types 1
  25. Sensor Types 2
  26. Actuators
  27. Hybrid Drives
  28. Vehicle Electrical Systems
  29. Starter Batteries
  30. Battery Design
  31. Battery Maintenance

Who is this course for?

Everyone

Requirements

Passion to learn and succeed!

Career path

  • Automotive Engineer
  • Product Development Engineer
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineer
  • Lead Engineer - Vehicle Quality
  • Power Electronics Engineer
  • Mobile Automotive Engineer
  • Automotive Technician
  • Automobile Engineer
  • Manufacturing Process Engineer
  • Service Manager
  • Automotive Performance Planning & Durability Engineer
  • Control Engineer
  • Paint Repair Technician
  • Automotive Product Engineer
  • Embedded Engineer

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LUNGI asked:

how do i apply for the course

Answer:

Hi Lungi You need to purchase the course in order to enrol into the course. Team Uplatz

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Saleh asked:

Is there pdf lecture notes for this course

Answer:

Hi Saleh Yes we have pdf of each session, and is attached with each of the videos. Team Uplatz

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