The major American automotive manufacturers needed a system which would provide hands-on training for high-quality autotronics technicians. They asked Degem Systems to create a computer-integrated laboratory for automotive training.
Degem hired Archer Software was to provide integrated software and hardware for motor mechanics emulators and to develop and test the software for the learning course.
Archer Software, together with Degem Systems, has developed the AT-2000 system for technical training in autotronics.
Archer Software provided project management, system analytics services and embedded programming services. As a result, a high-quality training simulator was created.
The simulator, which is integrated with a PC, represents a car dashboard. It reacts to students' actions in a variety of car diagnostics and analyzes the student’s learning progress.