Training program covers MICO MOBEUS systems

MICO Incorporated introduces a new detailed training program for electrohydraulic braking systems that use MICO MOBEUS components and technology.

MOBEUS training seminars feature a combination of classroom and hands-on sessions to provide participants a better understanding of MICO MOBEUS brake components and implementation of electrohydraulic brake systems. These include ABS, traction control, and electronic stability control. Training also includes use of the MOBEUS LINC (Local Interface Network Connection) Ssrvice and diagnostic tool.

MOBEUS EH training is a module-based program designed for maximum flexibility to meet individual user needs. In addition to a Standard MOBEUS training package with set modules, MICO also offers custom tracks for OEMS and distributors who prefer to design their own MOBEUS experience.

MOBEUS Training modules cover topics from the fundamentals of MOBEUS componentry including hydraulic valves, sensors, and control hardware, through basic theory of ABS, traction control, and electronic stability control, to hands-on tuning and testing of ABS braking and electronic stability control at a local test track.

The standard training program lasts three days, including two classroom days and one track day. Classroom training is conducted at the MICO Electrohydraulic Braking Development Facility in Shakopee MN, and test track training takes place at Dakota County Technical College in nearby Rosemount MN.

MICO has available spaces for standard training:

  • Wednesday, April 24 to Friday, April 26, 2013

  • Monday, September 16 to Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Custom programs are scheduled according to participant group request and track availability.

For additional information, contact Doug Lamoureux at [email protected].

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