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Fluent Announces Advanced Automotive Training Series
Posted Wed March 22, 2006 @08:52PM
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News If you're an engineer working in the automotive industry, this training series is designed to help you efficiently and effectively delve into advanced applications you may have never tried before.

Deeper levels of analysis often reveal the ‘root cause’ of problems so you can optimize the design to get more accurate answers to your engineering queries, turnaround product designs in less time, and ultimately win the competitive advantage. All classes are held at the Fluent training center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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