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15.06.2020

DSA joins the digital term of the University of Applied Sciences Aachen

For many years, DSA has been cooperating with the department 'Vehicle Software and Fundamentals of Digital Technology' in Faculty 5, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, of the University of Applied Sciences Aachen (FH Aachen).

Within the scope of the lecture "Application of Control Units" and a subsequent practical course on the topic "Automobile Production", students learn about the functionality of an automotive plant as well as the implementation of test and commissioning procedures in DSA Diagnostics Tooling and how to apply them.

This semester, both courses will be held digitally for the first time. In the combination of theory and practice, students will gain an insight into the current methods and the handling of the tools used for this purpose. In doing so, they combine their knowledge of programming, control engineering and vehicle electronics within the framework of the application of control units.The aim is to prepare students optimally for their start in the professional world.

The current contact restrictions mean that the digitalization of university education is rapidly progressing. DSA is part of this step by broadcasting the lecture via video live stream and by carrying out the practical training online as a live event.


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