New partnership offers connected vehicle technology credentialing program

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways February 10, 2015 15:01

New partnership offers connected vehicle technology credentialing program


The Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA), SAE International and Mobile Comply have formed a partnership to jointly develop and deliver a three-course training and credentialing program in connected vehicle technology.

The program is aimed at IT professionals, software engineers, automotive engineers, information and vehicle technicians, insurance and telecommunications professionals, transportation staff and service professionals who desire understanding of Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, and Vehicle-to-X connectivity inclusive to the rapidly advancing field of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Connected Vehicles

Using a blended learning approach, the first course in the series, Connected Vehicle Professional I – Function, Protocols, and Architecture, will be offered in conjunction with SAE’s World Congress in April.  Access to online course content will open April 13, followed by two half-day classroom sessions on April 20, 21 at the Penobscot building in Detroit.  The class, totaling 26 hours of content, finishes with additional online learning modules and final learning assessment which concludes on April 29.

Learners who successfully complete the online learning assessment earn a Certificate of Competency, jointly awarded from SAE and CVTA. To learn more or register for the course, visit http://mobilecomply.com/sae-world-congress/

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways February 10, 2015 15:01