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We Provide the Training You Need to Get the Most Out of Your SoMat Products
SoMat offers a complete line of training seminars aimed at teaching you how to best use your SoMat data acquisition systems and the field analysis software. Select a seminar below to learn more.
eDAQ Training Seminars
SoMat eDAQ training seminars will allow the attendee to become familiar with the eDAQ, the communication methods that it uses and key parameters associated with its normal operation. In addition, they will learn the capabilities of eDAQ, beyond the 'logger,'so they understand why, how and when to use a variety of data collection formats and how they can be successfully applied to a real test environment.
The SoMat eDAQ tracks consist of:
InField Users Introduction Training Seminar
Having collected data in the field, it is always a good idea to be able to confirm the validity of it before a user leaves. The SoMat InField training seminars are designed to introduce one of the tools that are available, InField. The software is described in great detail from functionality, via menus and buttons, to usability in respect of automation. The various functions that are available are shown with working data which helps to make sense of the processes that are performed on them. Also introduced are some of the test bound automation functions using the test control interface.
Vehicle Networking Training Seminar
SoMat Vehicle Networking training seminars are intended to take a novice user of diagnostic data capture devices, and provide a relationship between these devices and the eDAQ. It aims to give a solid foundation to some of the technical aspects of vehicle networking and how to take advantage of it. If the attendee is a new user, this will get them started in generating their own databases to interface with the systems on their product as well as understanding how and why data got there in the first place. If they are a seasoned user, this seminar will provide insight into just how far they can go with vehicle networking.