This workshop provides an overview of vehicle electrification through a case study of the development of SAE’s Electric Vehicle Charging Data Performance and Reporting framework and a lecture on global battery development, participants will understand the challenges and opportunities that come with electrification of mobility. They will receive an overview of the SAE/InnoEnergy Battery Institute, a 22-course program that is the ultimate training solution for professionals looking to excel in the field of e-mobility and prepare for the electric future. This comprehensive program offers more than 200 CEU-qualified hours covering theoretical, technical, and application-based knowledge on battery fundamentals, grid and utility energy storage, EV batteries, battery management systems, and cybersecurity and energy data. Our curriculum is designed to ensure that the workforce is equipped with the appropriate skills to drive innovation and advance the transition to electric mobility.
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Robotics for AV Systems Bootcamp which is developed by SAE International and Clemson University with industry guidance from experts. In this workshop, participants will learn how they can enter the field of mobility robotics through an overview of this rigorous, twelve-week, experience. If they take the course, students will gain insights into how engineers build autonomous systems by learning to program a mobile robot through hands-on approaches using ROS, Gazebo, and Python. (Space permitting, we will demonstrate this.) Following an introduction to Mechatronics and Kinematics, participants will learn how the course guides students through software engineering principles such as SLAM; Localization; Navigation/Path Planning; Perception: LiDAR, Cameras & Vision and Visual Intelligence; and Machine Learning.