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Learning and Development


Training and skills development is an important part of SAE-A's focus to support members by increasing their technical capabilities. 

Programs deliver content which is current, high quality and provides content that will:

  • Educate you to a global standard

  • Provide opportunities for you to refresh and up-skill if you are already working within the sector

  • Challenge existing technical and behavioral models within engineering

  • Deliver information which is tailored to your needs

  • Be applied immediately to daily engineering practices

Explore more opportunities for learning and networking, and access free upcoming member activities, webinars, webcasts and podcasts, log in to your membership portal  at www.saea.com.au to access

Unleashing the benefits of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) testing and simulation
Thursday, 24th June at 13:00 BST

This webinar will focus on how unifying the results obtained from testing and simulation will facilitate the development of future powertrains by quickly delivering efficient engines. Thus, enabling car manufacturers to virtually test new designs in different scenarios, to see how they will affect driving emissions, avoiding the need for parts design and physical testing. 

Customer Behaviour in the Digital World

Wednesday June 22, 2021 3pm CET


Customers search and buy services and products more and more online. It seems that customer behaviour has shifted tremendously during the last years. But how does this apply to Automotive aftersales?
SATL (The Association of Automotive Technical Societies in Finland, member society of FISITA) will be broadcasting a 60 min webinar discussing the matter. 
Presenters will be Mr. Kalle Kalaja, Vice President of SATL, and Mr. Heikki Laaki, CEO of JackFinder Oy. 

Overcoming the Major Challenges of ADAS Development
Available On Demand until June 23, 2021
SAE International

The automotive industry is in the midst of a highly competitive transitional period, with the ultimate goal of fully autonomous or “driverless” vehicles likely to be realized within a decade, but both the scale and intensity of this goal are challenging. OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers must bring innovations to market while containing costs, mitigating risks, managing product complexity, and maintaining compliance. This Tech Talk discusses the importance of ADAS development and validation infrastructure, examines workflow and methodologies, and identifies solutions for common challenges that can occur in typical ADAS development projects.