Training goals:

Provide knowledge and tuning method to reprogram vehicles’ ECUs.

Who is it for:

Automotive technicians, Mechanical workshops, students and professionals.

Where the course will be held:
Alientech Germany

The course will be conducted in German.

Necessary requirements:

Transversal knowledge about ECU remapping for motor vehicles.

Structure and training content:

This course will allow you to be introduced to the remapping world, to understand all the applications, phases, basic skills and targets to be achieved thanks to the engine control unit modification. Furthermore, we will analyze in detail and perform various practical tests to better understand how to use the hardware, software and services provided by Alientech.

The course will be structured in one day and will last seven hours. There will be a 1 hour and half lunch break, and enough time to clarify all your doubts.

At the end of training:

We’ll provide you an official customized Certificate of Participation by Alientech Academy.


The course is structured in one day and lasts seven hours. There will be a lunch break of 1 hour and a half, and enough time to clarify all your doubts.


Training program

Local Time

From 09:00 to 09:15:     Presentations

From 09:15 to 11:00:     General overview about chip-tuning (ECU parameters programming)

Working conditions and engine performances

Tools to tune ECUs

Tuning process phases

Tuning targets (power/torque increase, fuel save, specific features)

From 11:00 to 11:15:     Short break

From 11:15 to 12:30:     Anti-tuning protections

Checksum: file integrity definition

Engine control module: specifics topics and structure, original file and ECU nomenclature

Vehicle interfacing practical applications


From 12:30 to 14:00:     Lunch break


From 14:00 to 16:00:     Alientech tuning tool: KESS3

Functioning differences: OBD, Bench, Boot

From 16:00 to 16:15:    Short break

From 16:15 to 17:15:     Overview about Alientech tuning software: ECM Titanium

Drivers: definitions, technical content and databank functioning

Mapping file: 2D-3D visualization, hexadecimal and tabellar view

From 17:15 to 17:30:     Questions and clarifications

January 21 @ 09:00
09:00 — 17:00 (8h)

Karlsruhe – Germany

Holger Krautt