There’s just under three weeks to go until autotechnician’s Big Day Out takes place at Laser Tools on Saturday 3rd September, where guests will benefit from the vast technical know-how of James Dillon, Frank Massey, Pico’s Steve Smith and Andy Crook of GotBoost. The event will run between 10am and 4pm at Tool Connection in Warwickshire and will bring independent technicians and workshop owners together with trainers and the team at autotechnician magazine to share techniques and ideas in an informal setting.
Steve Smith will connect to his vehicle and display live data throughout his presentation. He is considering Diesel relative compression using PicoScope in a non-intrusive fashion, Cam-Crank synchronisation, cylinder balance – introducing post waveform analysis of the crankshaft signal using the Math Channel, in-cylinder analysis using the pressure transducer and fluid pressure evaluation/analysis using the pressure transducer!
Frank Massey has suggested presenting the energy saving Audi 888 engine, explaining its flexible fuelling, variable valve lift & timing, in addition to his thoughts on the connected car movement.
Andy Crook is looking to do something on data collection, showing some of the techniques used in motorsport that could aid diagnostic process in the workshop.
Exclusive offers and prizes on the day
Guests can take advantage of a 10% discount on all Pico products brought on the day and one lucky raffle winner will take home a 2-Channel Starter kit, if they already have a PicoScope, the prize can be exchanged for a 2,000A current clamp with a Flexi COP probe.
Comma will be handing out goodie bags to people who sign up to its free Professional Partner Programme on the day and a voucher for 300K PPP points will be given away in the raffle which can be exchanged for a TV, iPad or ten pairs of Comma overalls!
Don’t miss out!
Tickets priced £59.50 plus VAT are available by calling Nicola on 01634 924 406, or by emailing Nicola@autotechnician.co.uk. Attendance will count towards your CPD and the cost can be claimed back against your annual tax bill.