OPC UA Technology: Theory and Practices
OPC Unified Architecture (UA) is a platform independent standard through which various kinds of systems and devices can communicate by sending Messages between Clients and Servers over various types of networks.
OPC UA (Unified Architecture) expands the great success of the OPC communication protocol for data acquisition, information design, and communications between plant and applications in a reliable and secure way.
Main Characteristics and OPC UA benefits are:
-Neutral platform that operates in any operative system
-Prepared for the future and to communicate with legacy equipment
-Easy configuration and maintenance
-Technology aimed to services
-Greater connectivity reach
-Internet and Firewall access
After finishing training, all attendees will be able to understand how OPC UA works
This workshop will be principally aimed at Control and Application Engineers, Integrators, Managers, Operation Managers, Software Developers, Plant Managers, Product Managers, Technologists, Technicians and managers responsible for developing OPC UA tools, the commissioning and day-to-day operation of automation and process control systems. It will also contain information relevant to managers and administrators responsible for the design of process control architectures, selection of technologies and software and the purchase of both hardware and software for these systems.
Thorough knowledge about OPC Technology obtained from daily use.
Having attended previous OPC training.
OPC UA workshop will be held in a classroom and we will provide a notebook for each attendee for the duration of training.
The workshop will be made up of lectures and PowerPoint presentations. It will be an open and friendly environment that enables discussions and participation. Students are welcome to discuss current connectivity issues they are faced with and learn from one another.
• A notebook for each participant
• Welcome Material
• Training Manual
• Completion Certificate
• Meals: coffee breaks and lunch available during training
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