Program of knowledge sessions and workshops
How do you anticipate to the developments of your branche? During Auto Prof 2022, interesting knowledge sessions will be given about the current and relevant themes within the automotive branche.
At the moment we are still working on the program. Keep an eye an our website. Below you can find the program which was initially planned for the 2020 edition.
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Program February 11, 12 & 13, 2020
|Reading the schedule: know what you measure!
By Marco van Wijk (StichtingCOM)
Most of the time an error code gives you a direction to the cause of the problem. Good for a quick diagnose, but not always enough. It is often necessary to measure on plugs. Is the nutrition available? Is there transition resistance? Do you immediately use the multimeter, scope or another tool? Or do you consult documentation first? Marco van Wijk will tell you why the latter is the best choice in the knowledge session ‘Know what you measure!’.
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|Eyeopener: Workshop on the road
By Jarek Keiren and Arno van der Steen (Han Automotive)
The research team of HAN gives an insight into the future. They have been researching ‘the workshop on the road’ for the last 2,5 years. Which company profiles do they give a chance in the future? How does the tool that has been developed help you to outline the future of your workshop?
|The particle counter is coming! How does it work and what does it cost?
By Marc de Goede (Test Equipment Nederland)
During this knowledge session, we will reflect which particle counter will be available according to the APK-legislation in 2020/2021. But what is involved in this process? What options and choices do you have as a APK recognition holder? How will the particle counter work in practice? Marc de Goede will answer these questions.
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|CAN, CANFD and LIN: a better look at vehicle networks
By Robbie Camps (AMT)
A vehicle network is in almost every car, but how does it work? We know how scope images, voltage- and/or resistance measurements and so on, work, but what more? Robby Camps will tell you all about it. The emphasis is not so much on unravelling the messages of a CAN-bus, but on interpreting the messages to get the right diagnose.
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