Modern vehicles have a multitude of electronic systems that make a significant contribution to safety during everyday use of the vehicle. Electronic suspension systems, e.g. adaptive suspension control, increase driving stability by altering the response characteristics of adjustable shock absorbers at high speeds. In conjunction with traction control systems and assistance systems, electronic braking systems afford high safety levels and superior driving dynamics. All these systems require specific expertise on their design, the structural relationships and the interaction within the vehicle’s systems. Diagnostics and troubleshooting in these systems place high demands on the workshop personnel, and for this reason, the Suspension and brakes department plays an important role in training personnel to become automotive mechatronic engineers.