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2014-06-20
Lighting Emitting Diode (LED), a new generation semiconductor light source often referred to as Solid-State Lighting (SSL), has been broadly adopted in illumination, display, visualization, and other areas due to its higher efficacy and longer life. LEDs, first introduced for automotive interior applications such as indicators, expanded to exterior applications including center high mounted stop lamps and other automotive signal lighting devices. Today, LED technologies are being used for night vision, occupancy detection, and many other automotive application areas. This seminar is designed to provide the attendee with an overview of LEDs and their applications in automotive lighting and illumination. This course has been approved by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) for 6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Upon completion of this seminar, accredited reconstructionists should contact ACTAR, 800-809-3818, to request CEUs. As an ACTAR approved course, the fee for CEUs is reduced to $5.00.
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2014-06-19
It has not been commonly known that automotive exterior lights are safety devices and must comply with governmental regulations. Since the 1930s, the SAE Lighting Standards Committee has been actively working with the automotive industry OEMs, lamp makers, tier-two suppliers, and human factor experts to develop automotive lighting standards. These standards have been widely used or referenced by the U.S. federal or state governments in establishing and enforcing the lighting regulations. This seminar emphasizes the safety importance of automotive lighting devices and provides important information on lighting functions, standards or regulations, testing and evaluations. This course has been approved by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) for 6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Upon completion of this seminar, accredited reconstructionists should contact ACTAR, 800-809-3818, to request CEUs. As an ACTAR approved course, the fee for CEUs is reduced to $5.00.
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2014-06-17
Since the invention of the automobile, lighting has been an important subsystem on all ground vehicles. Automotive lighting is vital to passenger safety, comfort and vehicle styling. The technology used in automotive lighting has rapidly expanded to make the lighting more value added, safer and pleasing to customers. This seminar provides broad information about automotive lighting systems with emphasis on lighting functions, effectiveness, and technologies. The intent is to assist attendees to gain sufficient knowledge about automotive lighting and its importance in overall vehicle design and development. Since only the exterior lighting devices on the ground vehicles are regulated by the federal and local governments, and standardized by the SAE Lighting Committee and the international communities, this course will only address automotive exterior lighting. This course has been approved by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) for 13 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
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2014-06-11
The session will discuss practices for certification and will address DO-178 Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification and DO-254 Design Assurance Guidance For Airborne Electronic Hardware as well as the use of Commercial Off-The-Shelf designs.
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2014-06-11
This session will focus on the latest technology developments in modeling and simulation for aircraft systems. Topics will include component simulation, simulation interface control, systems engineering, systems integration, and system optimization.
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2014-06-11
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2014-06-11
IMA architectures target the reduction of aircraft operation and maintenance costs. They are designed to reduce electronic control unit (ECU) cost, improve the commonality of parts, minimize the number of computing modules, and reduce wiring, the number of connectors and weight. Beyond obvious weight and maintenance complexity reduction benefits, IMA supports design of new integrated functional capabilities which could not be implemented in a federated system. IMA systems consist of DO-254 and DO-178 certifiable components and modules, which can be utilized to design a range of integrated embedded platforms according to DO-297 guidelines. IMA relies on embedded resource sharing which is essential for design of advanced integrated systems, and imposes a significant stress on system architects providing evidence on correct behavior of a huge number of interactions and interfaces in the system. In order to prevent exponential complexity increase for those critical integrated systems, different embedded platform architecture patterns can be applied.
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2014-06-10
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