The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide will sponsor the Automotive Software and Electronics Boot Camp this fall.
Dr. Mark Quarto is partnering with FutureTech Auto at the MACS training center in Lansdale, Pa., from September 16-20, 2019.
In an announcement, the society noted that repair shops need to learn new skills required in electronics, computer software writing and coding to take on future repair jobs.
“The automotive industry has transitioned most automotive systems into the space of advanced electrical, electronics, and software controls,” the group said. “ Additionally, hybrid/electric propulsion and ADAS technologies are requiring technicians to become creative and skilled in non-mechanical aspects of the vehicle. Even modern HVAC systems have experienced advances in power electronics with the use of high voltage electric heating, air conditioning, and heat pump components.”
The five-day bootcamp will allow students to go back to their jobs having learned the following:
Registration for the camp is available at https://www.futuretechauto.com/macsbootcamp.html or by calling 360-207-7770.
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