Electrical engineering challenges are clearly the main focus. After imparting essential basic knowledge,
practical exercises follow to check the lessons learned and to consolidate the knowledge. The systematic
approach to analysis is always in focus. Basic knowledge of the disciplines electrics, hydraulics, pneumatics
and BUS systems is not a prerequisite, but of hydraulics and/or pneumatics is nevertheless helpful.
The fault analysis begins with optical and, if necessary, acoustic observation, followed by metrological
methods of fault isolation. Last but not least, the possibilities of visualization are also used. The focus is on
the acquisition of basic knowledge of electrical engineering (components, measurement technology),
analytical and structured procedures in troubleshooting (analysis instead of component replacement) and
a holistic consideration of the overall system/ vehicle as a unit (electrical engineering/ sensor technology –
This seminar specifi cally addresses personnel from the fi elds of project planning, technology, service and sales. Detailed technical knowledge is required.