Course Outline


Overview of AUTOSAR

Understanding AUTOSAR Standardized Architecture

Understanding AUTOSAR Methodology

Introduction to Motors and Controllers

Designing a Motor Controller

Testing the Motor Controller Design


Summary and Next Steps


  • Knowledge of vehicular systems and automotive components
  • Basic knowledge of AUTOSAR


  • Automotive Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  7 Hours


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