Upcoming training and workshops in Germany, UK, Switzerland, and North America…
IO-Link Wireless Developer Workshop in Hamburg [English language]
IO-Link Wireless defines wireless communication between sensors/actuators and controllers (PLC) in the field of industrial automation. Performance and functionality are comparable to wired solutions. Would you like to know …who can provide development support?… how you can develop an IO-link Wireless Device?… which tools and aids are available?
The IO-Link Wireless Workshop provides answers to these questions. In application-oriented presentations, you get a compact overview of this enabling technology for industry 4.0. Comprehensive live demonstrations and hands-on sessions demonstrate the “easy to use” IO-Link Wireless system with associated hardware and software solutions. During the presentation of innovative and interoperable technologies, you will receive valuable information on your specific application in a personal dialogue with specialists.
Date: June 6, 2018
So that PROFINET implementation can be made simple and efficient for all companies, several solution providers will explain their corresponding development environments. The aim of the workshop is to learn about how to develop a PROFINET product and to identify implementation options.
Dates: July 10, 2018; September 24, 2018
PI-certified training presented by qualified instructors at the PI UK Competence Centre, The School of Engineering Automation Systems Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University. This one-day, hands-on course teaches the design, installation, and testing of complete PROFIBUS networks including DP, PA, and optical fiber technology. Covering bus layout and termination, grounding rules and practices, the course will teach delegates how to avoid common, but potentially expensive, installation problems.
Dates: July 11, 2018; September 25, 2018
A one-day course designed as a follow up to the Certified PROFIBUS Installer Course, which is in most cases pre-requisite to signing up for this course. Techniques taught in the course include the use of a modern PROFIBUS analyzer and Class-I and Class-II master functions (engineering tools such as ProfiTrace) to diagnose network faults, device faults, and I/O problems. Students also learn how to use a soft digital storage oscilloscope in conjunction with these tools to diagnose and accurately locate cable, connection, and device faults.
There is also an option to combine both of the above courses HERE
Date: June 13, 2018
An intense course with a preparatory textbook and online preparation covering the optimal design of networked automation and control systems. Centred on PROFIBUS technology, but also covers the use of PROFINET, AS-i, HART, 4-20 mA and IO-Link technologies.
Date: June 20, 2018
This free-to-attend seminar addresses the key practical issues arising from the use of digital communications technologies in automated manufacturing and process industry applications, with particular attention to Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Dates: June 4, 2018; November 26, 2018
This 5-days training Program provides an advanced understanding of PROFIBUS technology for DP and PA. It is certified by PI. After successfully passing the exams, you will receive an internationally recognized certificate and the right to bear the title Certified PROFIBUS DP and PA Engineer. This course consists of both theoretical and hands-on exercises to ensure that the training objectives are met. The hands-on part is over 50% of the course.
Dates: Multiple / Various Cities
These classes prepare students to apply PROFINET in their own projects. Students will get an introduction and technical details of the technology, along with practical demos. The training classes are specifically designed for End Users, Machine Builders, System Integrators, and Manufacturer of automation devices. All students receive a training manual that includes a hard copy of presentations plus reference material containing the slides and network design, installation, commissioning, and security guide manuals. System Descriptions, brochures, and other documentation are also included.
Dates: June 25-29 (Ann Arbor, MI); July 9-12 (Johnson City, TN); July 23-27 (Bellevue, WA)
The Certified Network Engineer classes are intensive, hands-on, four and a half day training classes. This class is intended for end-users such as control engineers, installers, maintenance, support staff and industrial IT personnel, as well as distributors and sales/application engineers.