A course in the Vehicle Engineering Technician, Automotive Technology Associate Degree at Macomb Community College This course introduces students to principles of sensors (GPS, MEMS, LIDAR, Radar, Ultrasonic, Infrared) used in connected and automated vehicles, locomotion, autonomous mobile robots.
This course introduces students to principles of navigation techniques used in connected and automated vehicles. Topics include autonomous navigation and connected vehicles, basic navigational mathematics, mobile robot positioning, inertial sensors and navigation systems, global positioning system, kalman-fitering techniques, integrated navigation system, multisensory integrated navigation, fault detection and integrity monitoring, and communication among connected vehicles.
Automated, Connected, and Intelligent Vehicles is an advanced automotive technology course that should be taken in the last semester of a two-year automotive technology associate degree program or towards the end of an advanced certificate program in modern automotive technology electronic systems. The goal of the course is to introduce students to the various technologies
This course covers intermediate uses of unmanned vehicles for digital imaging. This hands-on course covers high resolution video, aerial imaging, intelligent mission planning, and the use of underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) for image capture, editing, mapping and related uses.