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SCADA has traditionally meant a window into the process of a plant or gathering of data from devices in the field, but now the focus is on integrating this process data into the actual business and using it in real time.
This course is designed to benefit engineers and technicians who are involved in specifying, commissioning and debugging industrial SCADA and telemetry systems but who have little previous experience in this field.
This course covers the essentials of SCADA systems with an emphasis on using open standards such as communication protocols (e.g. OPC, MODBUS, and TCP/IP) and ‘off-the-shelf’ hardware, such as industrial Ethernet to keep the costs down.
This workshop is designed to benefit you with hard-hitting practical up-to-date information on the application of PLCs for the automation and process control of plants and factories.
This hands-on workshop gives both the novice and experienced user a solid grasp of the principles and practical implementation of interfacing the PC and standalone instruments to real world signals.
The aim of this workshop is to provide and/or enhance the skills required to configure and tune a controller for optimum operation.
This course is designed to benefit you with practical up-to-date information on the application of PLC and SCADA systems to the automation and process control industries.
Mechatronics is the key to modern video and CD disk drives, camcorders, avionics, aircraft fly-by-wire, computerised fuel injection for motor vehicles, anti-lock braking systems, and smart weapons such as military drones used for aerial reconnaissance purposes.
This workshop will cover all the essential aspects of RFID systems to not only provide you with a broad understanding of its technology but also the various types of applications and uses where it can be applied to.

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