Learn How To Use The Skydel Engine
Thanks to new technology, the process of product testing and simulation is becoming more intelligent, programmable and software-driven. The Skydel Certification Courses support this evolution and expose learners to new concepts and hands-on experiences. These GNSS Simulation Courses are designed to prepare you for Skydel Certification and other industry-recognized certification exams. The Skydel Certification is highly valued by employers globally, as they demonstrate your exceptional skills, relevant to many industries, including aerospace, automotive, telecommunications, manufacturing, UAVs, and more.
Enhance Your Skillset, Whatever Path You Take
Testing & Simulation is at the heart of all the products we use today. Before end users can be confident that a new product works, it must be rigorously tested before launching. Simulation is essential to how many businesses update and test their technology, including autonomous vehicles, aircraft engineering, rocket science, drone technology, cellular network communication towers, and more. A wide variety of career paths rely on testing & simulation – so it’s important to understand what a simulation tool like Skydel can do, how it operates, and how to use it to test your GPS receiver device.
Take a look at some of things you’ll learn in the Skydel Fundamentals Course:
- The Skydel Engine & How To Run Basic GNSS Simulations.
- The Hardware & Software Requirements To Run GNSS Simulations.
- What Settings You Can Control To Create Simulations.
- Radio Frequency (RF) Output Types And Which Ones To Use For Specific Simulations.
- A Familiarity With How A Software-Defined Simulation Can Help Your Testing Process.
The Skydel Certification Courses are ideal for test engineers, developers, IT, Electrical Engineers, and other professionals looking to broaden their GNSS Simulation domain knowledge.
It’s also an excellent launching point for students pursuing a wide range of career pathways – from test engineering, to robotics, to aerospace, to GNSS simulation.