Take part in the two day training course teaching you about the up and coming network of choice for communications in Industrial automation.
Workshops, training and support
Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, School of
Philip George email@example.com
This event, due to be held on 4th and 5th September, has been postponed. Please check back soon for the new dates.
PROFINET is rapidly becoming the network of choice for communications in Industrial automation.
But how is it different from conventional ethernet? What precautions must you take when installing it? How do you commission and support it moving forward? Answers to these and many other questions you may have will be provided during this two-introductory course to PROFINET.
Starting with the basics of Ethernet, the course progresses through to PROFINET, how it should be correctly installed in an industrial environment and suggestions for installation qualification of your network.
The second day is spent building a PROFINET network comprising of a PLC, several PROFINET IO devices and switches from several manufacturers. This is then followed by defining the operational qualification for a PROFINET network and the tools available to perform this task and on-going support of a PROFINET network.
To register interest and book a place on the course please contact Philip George (firstname.lastname@example.org)