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06 Jun 2022

AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System 2020 – Operations

Course Name: AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System 2020 – Operations Virtual Instructor-Led TrainingAvailability: 6-7-8 June 2022Time: 9:00 - 16:00 Course Outline Module 1 – Introduction Section 1 – Course Introduction This section describes the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and the course agenda. Section 2 – System Platform Overview This section describes the fundamental concepts and architecture of System Platform. Section 3 – Manufacturing Execution System - Operations Overview This section describes the functionality, architecture, and component hierarchy of Manufacturing Execution System - Operations, and provides an overview of the client applications. Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing This section describes hardware requirements, software requirements, and licensing for Manufacturing Execution System - Operations.  Module 2 – MES Client Overview Section 1 – MES Client This section describes the MES Client user interface. Section 2 – Security This section describes the security settings in the Manufacturing Execution System software, including security groups, users, group privileges, and security parameters.  Module 3 – Basic Operations Model Section 1 – Modeling Overview This section briefly explains modeling, and describes the advantages of modeling MES in System Platform. It also describes the production model for the simulated manufacturing plant used in this course. Section 2 – Entity Model This section describes physical entities, including how to define and configure them, and how to grant them user access. Section 3 – Entity Capabilities This section describes entity capabilities and how to enable them. It also describes the entity capabilities included within the Operations Capability Object. Section 4 – Shifts and Shift Schedules This section provides an overview of shifts and shift schedules, and explains how to create and configure them. It also introduces the use of shifts for reporting purposes. Section 5 – Product and Process Definition This section describes item classes, items, units of measure, processes, and operations. It also describes how to link items to a process. Section 6 – Work Order Execution This section describes work orders, jobs, and production counters, and examines the runtime JobExec in the Operations Capability Object. It explains event response types (With and Without Response), event time (autogenerate), the rejected message retrieval feature, and the Rejected Message viewer. Section 7 – Rejected Production Tracking This section explains how to create Item Reasons and how they relate to the concept of rejected production.  Module 4 – Storage Locations Section 1 – Storage Capability This section describes the storage capability in the Operations Capability Object. It describes storage options and how to use storage attributes to track the source and destination of transfers.  Module 5 – Genealogy Section 1 – Bills of Materials This section describes the uses and components of bills of materials, consumption counters, and product genealogy. It defines item sources and storage destinations.  Module 6 – By-Products Section 1 – By-Products This section describes how to define by-products and how to track the production of a by-product in runtime.  Module 7 – Item Grades, States, and Reasons Section 1 – Item Grades, States, and Reasons This section describes the use of Item Grades, States, and Reasons, and explains how to use Item Reasons in runtime production and consumption counters.  Module 8 – Job Management Section 1 – Job Management This section describes how to modify a job after a work order has been created, and explains sequencing and filtering in runtime. Section 2 – Schedule Jobs at a Parent Entity This section describes how to schedule jobs at a parent entity and run the jobs at child entities. Section 3 – Job Creation This section describes how to create a job with the Operations Capability Object, and compares a data entry job with a process job.  Module 9 – Operator Visualization Section 1 – MES Operator This section describes the Operator application and how to manually track production. Section 2 – MES .NET Controls This section provides an overview of the .NET controls included with MES Operations software. It describes the Operations .NET controls, how to import them into a Galaxy, and how to use them in a symbol and a layout.  Module 10 – Inventory Management Section 1 – Inventory This section describes the capability of MES Operations to track inventory, including the capabilities to move, receive, and reclassify inventory using attributes in the Operations Capability Object in runtime.  Module 11 – Steps, Specifications, Spares, and MES Attributes Section 1 – Operation Steps This section explains steps, step sequence numbers, and how to execute steps in an operation. Section 2 – Specifications This section describes the use of specifications, how to configure global specifications, and how to assign specifications to operations in a process. It also describes how to use specification attributes and commands in the Operations Capability Object to configure and execute specifications. Section 3 – Spares and MES Attributes This section describes spare fields and attributes, and how to use them to record additional information for production operations.  Module 12 – MES Intelligence Reports Section 1 – Introduction to MES Intelligence Reports This section introduces how to run production operations-related reports using MES Intelligence Reports.  Module 13 – Application Maintenance Section 1 – Middleware Customization This section describes tools for configuring middleware operational parameters. Section 2 – Database This section describes mechanisms for creating, backing up, and upgrading MES databases. Section 3 – Data Archive, Purge, and Restore This section describes how to use the Database Maintenance module in MES Client to archive, purge, and restore MES databases.  Appendix A – MES API References Section 1 – Stateful API This section describes the Stateful API and the Stateful API wrapper. Section 2 – Stateless API This section describes the Stateless API and the Stateless API wrapper. Section 3 – Web API This section describes the Web API.  **หมายเหตุ**- เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์- จำกัดจำนวนผู้เข้าอบรม ไม่เกิน 12 ท่านต่อคอร์ส- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะท่านที่ลงทะเบียนและยืนยันสิทธิ์ก่อน- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะ Registered Partner และ End User ที่ใช้สินค้าของ Enlighten Technology เท่านั้น- ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์ ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ และลิ๊งค์ดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองทางอีเมล- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่งเพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการอบรมของท่านอื่น- ขอสงวนสิทธิ์การเปลี่ยนแปลงตามความเหมาะสม โดยไม่ต้องแจ้งล่วงหน้า ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรม

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21 Jun 2022

AVEVA™ Application Server 2020 R2

Course Name: AVEVA™ Application Server 2020 R2 Virtual Instructor-Led Training Availability: 21-22-23-24 June 2022 Time: 9:00 - 16:00  --- Course outline Module 1 – Introduction Section 1 – Course Introduction This section describes the course and its objectives, intended audience, prerequisites, and agenda. Section 2 – AVEVA™ System Platform Overview This section describes fundamental concepts about AVEVA System Platform, including its clients, components, and services. It also introduces the ArchestrA technology. Section 3 – AVEVA™ Application Server Overview This section describes AVEVA Application Server and its components and discusses what a Galaxy is and how to create one. Section 4 – The Integrated Development Environment (IDE) This section describes the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), including the layout, its key functions, toolboxes and how to create them, and the application views available. Section 5 – Automation Objects This section describes automation objects, templates, and instances. It discusses the Object Editor, explains the different states of automation objects and operations when editing objects, and gives a brief explanation of Object Wizards. Section 6 – Encrypted Communication This section describes encrypted communication for end-to-end communication between server and client software applications and how the product is secured. Section 7 – System Requirements and Licensing This section describes the System Platform computer roles, the software and hardware requirements for AVEVA Application Server, how the product is licensed, and the ArchestrA Network Account.  Module 2 – Application Planning Section 1 – AVEVA Application Server Project Workflow This section describes the suggested project workflow. Section 2 – Case Study This section describes the simulated manufacturing environment to be used for the course and explains the naming conventions used in the simulated process.  Module 3 – Application Infrastructure Section 1 – The Plant Model This section describes the importance of the plant model and explains the usage of area objects and the Model view in the IDE. Section 2 – The Deployment Model This section describes the Deployment view of the IDE, discusses the hosting relationship between objects, explains the usage of the $WinPlatform and $AppEngine objects, and describes the Deployment options. Section 3 – System Management Console This section describes the overall functionality of the System Management Console (SMC). It explains how to back up and restore using the Galaxy Database Manager and includes how to create a new Galaxy from a backup file. It discusses how to use the Logger and Log viewer and explains how to use Platform Manager. Section 4 – The Runtime Environment This section describes the runtime environment of the Galaxy, explains communication between automation objects’ attribute references, and introduces Object Viewer and Platform Manager tools. Section 5 – Data Simulation This section describes the OI Simulation Server and explains the configuration of an $OPCClient to the OI.SIM.  Module 4 – Application Objects Section 1 – Introduction to Application Objects This section describes the application objects in the Galaxy, discusses the basic configuration of the $UserDefined object, and explains the limitation of other application types as they relate to Object Wizards and Autobind. Section 2 – Object Attributes This section describes the Attributes tab and the features of an attribute. It also discusses the configuration options available for application objects, including automatic and manual I/O binding capabilities. Section 3 – Change Control and Propagation This section describes attribute locking and unlocking. It also discusses how template changes can propagate to previously derived objects. Section 4 – Containment This section describes containment with templates and application objects and explains different modeling approaches. It also discusses the naming conventions of contained objects.  Module 5 – Device Integration Section 1 – Device Integration Servers This section describes available servers, discusses OI servers, explains the configuration of an OI Server to a Controller, and describes how to back up the OI sever configuration. Section 2 – Device Integration Objects This section describes DIObjects, explains the configuration of a DIObject to an OI Server, and discusses how to monitor the connectivity of a DIObject in Object Viewer. Section 3 – Connecting Application Objects to Field Data This section describes how to change the data source for objects using the Autobind capabilities of application objects. Section 4 – Device Integration Redundancy This section describes DI redundancy and explains how to configure a Redundant DI Object.  Module 6 – History Section 1 – Historizing Data for AVEVA™ Application Server This section describes how Historian historizes data. It explains how to configure engines and platforms for historization and describes how to configure objects to historize attributes. It also discusses how to retrieve historical data with the AVEVA Historian Client Web.  Module 7 – Alarms and Events Section 1 – Alarms and Events Overview This section describes alarms and events. It explains alarms and events reporting of objects through areas, the alarm options for attributes, and how to monitor alarm attributes and states with Object Viewer. It discusses the historization of alarms and events with Historian, as well as how to retrieve alarm history from SQL Server.  Module 8 – Object Management Section 1 – Object Export and Import This section describes how to export and import objects from and to a Galaxy. It also explains how to upgrade objects to new versions or revert to previous configurations. Section 2 – Galaxy Dump and Galaxy Load This section describes how to use the Galaxy Dump and Galaxy Load features of the IDE. It explains how to use these features to modify and create instances of objects.  Module 9 – Security Section 1 – Security Overview This section describes how AVEVA Application Server handles security. It discusses the security models available in the IDE and describes how to configure general security permissions and operational permissions. Section 2 – Object Security This section describes the security classifications for object attributes and discusses the security audit trail.  Module 10 – Application Redundancy Section 1 – Application Redundancy This section provides an understanding of the terminology, topology, and concepts of application redundancy and how it should be configured.  Module 11 – Introduction to QuickScript.NET Section 1 – Introduction to Scripting This section describes the scripting environment and basic scripting syntax. It also discusses the execution types and triggers. Section 2 – Variables and Control Statements This section describes the usage of variables and control statements in a script.  Module 12 – Galaxy Backup and Restore Section 1 – Galaxy Backup and Restore This section briefly describes the SMC and explains how to back up and restore operations using the Galaxy Database Manager. It includes a discussion on how to create a new Galaxy from a backup file.    **หมายเหตุ** *เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์ *จำกัดไม่เกิน 12 ท่าน/คอร์ส *ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์เท่านั้น *ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้ *ท่านจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ *ท่านจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่ง เพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการเรียนของท่านอื่น ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรม

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21 Jun 2022

AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System 2020 - Quality

Course Name: AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System 2020 - Quality Virtual Instructor-Led TrainingAvailability: 21-23 June 2022Time: 9:00 - 16:00 Course OutlineModule 1 – Introduction Section 1 – Course Introduction This section describes the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and the course outline. Section 2 – System Platform Overview This section explains the architecture, components, and services that comprise the System Platform and its Clients. Section 3 – Manufacturing Execution System - Quality Overview This section provides an introduction to Manufacturing Execution System - Quality, as well as the concepts and terminology associated with it. The relationship to Manufacturing Execution System - Operations will also be covered. Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing This section describes the hardware recommendations, software requirements, and licensing for Manufacturing Execution System - Quality.  Module 2 – MES Client and Galaxy Configuration Section 1 – MES Client This section describes the interface of the MES Client application. The configuration within MES Client for implementing Quality plans is also included. Section 2 – System Platform Configuration This section explains the necessary preparation of the System Platform. This section also describes the importing and implementation of the Sample Recording Object and the building of the Entity Model. Section 3 – Further Preparation for Manufacturing Execution System - Quality This section provides the MES database preparation needed prior to setting up the Quality functionality. This includes verifying the Entity Model, defining units of measure, and creating shifts.  Module 3 – Manufacturing Execution System - Quality Configuration Section 1 – Sampling Configuration This section explains the need for adequately building your QM Specification in Manufacturing Execution System - Quality. The requirements for a Sample Plan, including frequency, Characteristics, and quality management specifications are included. Section 2 – The Sample Viewer Control This section describes how to build and implement the Sample Viewer Control. This includes an explanation of how to use .NET controls as an Industrial graphic for use in an InTouch application and how to view a Basic Control Chart. Section 3 – Verified Writes This section illustrates how to configure verification of writes to Sample Plans. Section 4 – Automatic Data Collection This section illustrates how to automatically collect System Platform data by configuring a Sample Recording Object in the Galaxy. Section 5 – Causes This section illustrates how to create cause groups and causes and link them to characteristics. Section 6 – Shift-Based Data Collection and Binary Attributes This section introduces Sample Plans for collecting data during shifts and Binary Attribute Characteristics.  Module 4 – Features of the Sample Recording Object (SRO) Section 1 – On Demand Sampling This section explains how to implement scripting in a System Platform environment to generate samples manually. Section 2 – Sample Recording Object (SRO) Graphics Features This section explains how to implement the other features of the Sample Recording Object (SRO), including user information, lot identification, and notes.  Module 5 – Integration with Manufacturing Execution System Software - Operations Section 1 – Basic Review of Manufacturing Execution System - Operations This section reviews the basic concepts of Manufacturing Execution System - Operations. This includes instantiating an Operations Capability Object, building the Entity Model, and building the Operation Model. It further explains the integration between Manufacturing Execution System - Operations and Manufacturing Execution System - Quality by collecting Quality data with an Operations job. Section 2 – Generate Samples While a Job is Running This section introduces linking a process and an item to a Quality Management Specification.  Module 6 – MES Reporting Features Section 1 – Control Charts This section describes the configuration of an SPC Control Chart using MES .NET controls. Section 2 – MES Intelligence Reports This section demonstrates how to access the Manufacturing Execution System - Quality reporting elements using the MES Intelligence Reports.  **หมายเหตุ**- เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์- จำกัดจำนวนผู้เข้าอบรม ไม่เกิน 12 ท่านต่อคอร์ส- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะท่านที่ลงทะเบียนและยืนยันสิทธิ์ก่อน- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะ Registered Partner และ End User ที่ใช้สินค้าของ Enlighten Technology เท่านั้น- ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์ ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ และลิ๊งค์ดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองทางอีเมล- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่งเพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการอบรมของท่านอื่น- ขอสงวนสิทธิ์การเปลี่ยนแปลงตามความเหมาะสม โดยไม่ต้องแจ้งล่วงหน้า ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรม

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28 Jun 2022

AVEVA™ Predictive Analytics

Course Name: AVEVA™ Predictive Analytics Availability: 28-29 June 2022 Time: 9.00 - 16.00    Course Outline   AVEVA Predictive Analytics 2020 User Client Module 1 – Introduction: Modeling Concept, Modes/Clusters, Sensor Relationships Module 2 – Model Building Basics: Model Layout, Preparing Model Data, Data Clusters and Alert Thresholds Module 3 – Templates & Fault Diagnostics: Fault Signature Definition, Deviation Levels, Template Implementation Module 4 – Monitoring: Monitoring Process, Alert Management, Case Management   AVEVA Predictive Analytics 2020 R1 Administration Module 1 – Introduction: This section describes the fundamentals of the AVEVA™ Predictive Analytics software course, the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and course agenda.   Module 2 – System Infrastructure: This section discusses the Predictive Analytics component roles and reviews different architecture setups. Module 3 – Real-Time Services and Agent Administration: This section reviews the common real-time services that are supported by AVEVA Predictive Analytics and discusses requirements, prerequisites, and configuration Module 4 – Archive Database: This section describes the archive service and explains the different configuration settings Module 5 – Security: This section discusses the three layers of security, the types of authentication, and the authentication process. Module 6 – System Maintenance: This section discusses health displays in Predictive Analytics Web, including; Predictive Analytics services, real-time services, and deployed models. It also reviews the archive service status in Client, and discusses how to monitor archive services point count.   **หมายเหตุ**- เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์- จำกัดจำนวนผู้เข้าอบรม ไม่เกิน 12 ท่านต่อคอร์ส- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะท่านที่ลงทะเบียนและยืนยันสิทธิ์ก่อน- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะ Registered Partner และ End User ที่ใช้สินค้าของ Enlighten Technology เท่านั้น- ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์ ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ และลิ๊งค์ดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองทางอีเมล- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่งเพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการอบรมของท่านอื่น- ขอสงวนสิทธิ์การเปลี่ยนแปลงตามความเหมาะสม โดยไม่ต้องแจ้งล่วงหน้า ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรม

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28 Jun 2022

AVEVA™ Edge HMI

Course Name: AVEVA™ Edge HMI Virtual Instructor-Led Training (Thai) Availability: 28-29-30 June 2022 Time: 9:00 - 16:00 --- Couse Outline Module 1 – Introduction Section 1 – Course Introduction This section describes the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and course agenda. Section 2 – AVEVA Edge Overview This section provides an overview of AVEVA Edge 2020 R2.  Module 2 – Installation and Licensing Section 1 – Installation This section describes the AVEVA Edge 2020 R2 components: Studio, SCADA, Embedded HMI, Compact HMI, and IoT View. It also explains installation requirements and discusses SCADA and project runtime software on a Windows Embedded device, such as Embedded HMI and Compact HMI. Section 2 – Licensing This section discusses the license settings for any machine running Studio, Windows runtime, or embedded runtime software. The topics covered are: protection type, version, product type, execution mode, and thin clients. It also discusses licensing steps, such as how to get a license and where to get information on installing a license.  Module 3 – Getting Started Section 1 – Studio This section describes the AVEVA Edge 2020 R2 graphic user interface (GUI). It discusses the Application Menu, Quick Access Toolbar, Ribbon Interface, Project Explorer, Workspace, Watch, Output Window, Title Bar, and Status Bar. It also discusses customizable styles, which can be applied to everything in the main GUI, dialog boxes, icons, and worksheets. The customizable styles include custom colors and a dark theme. Section 2 – Tags and the Project Database This section provides an overview of tags and discusses the following tag categories: Project, Shared, and System. It explains the tag properties Tag Name, Data Type, Scope, and Array tags and also explains classes and describes indirect tags. Section 3 – Distributing an Edge Application This section explains how to download the embedded runtime software and the project to a production computer using Remote Management. It discusses how to connect to the runtime device using the Remote Management tool, the requirements to install runtime on the production computer and license the installed software, how to download the project to the target, and how to run or stop the project.  Module 4 – Communicating with External Devices Section 1 – Communication Drivers This section provides an overview of communication drivers and discusses driver Help files separate from the main Help file. It discusses how to add and configure a driver task, which includes the Main Driver Sheet and the Standard Driver Sheet. It also explains how to run communication between the project and field equipment. Section 2 – OPC UA This section provides an overview of OPC UA. It explains how to configure an OPC UA connection to an OPC Server, create a new OPC UA Client worksheet, and create a group of redundant OPC connections. Section 3 – Tag Integration This section provides an overview of tag integration. It explains how to integrate tags from a third-party control application or device into a project. It discusses the sources that can be used and describes how to add a tag integration source, noting that one PLC corresponds to one configuration integration. It also explains how to use the Object Finder to select integrated tags and how to check used tags in a shared database. Section 4 – Monitoring and Troubleshooting This section provides an overview of the monitoring and troubleshooting tools, explaining why they are needed. It discusses how to remotely connect to runtime running on a different machine from Studio, using the following tools: Watch, the Output window, and LogWin.  Module 5 – Native Screens and Native Graphics Section 1 – Native Screens and Screen Groups This section provides an overview of screens, explaining why they are needed. It explains how to create screens, describing the following screen attributes: screen style and screen background color or image. It also explains how to rename existing screens, provides an overview of screen groups, and explains how to create, rename, and modify screen groups. In addition, it describes the Layout Tool. Section 2 – Shapes This section provides an overview of shapes. It explains how to add shape objects and configure the line, open polygon, closed polygon, rectangle, rounded rectangle, and ellipse shape objects. Section 3 – Formatting This section provides an overview of formatting. It explains how to format graphics using the Draw and Format ribbons. It describes the format options on the Draw ribbon: Selection, Disable Drag, Replace, Object Properties, Grid Settings, and Arrange. It also explains the format options on the Format ribbon: Arrange, Position, Size, Style, and Fonts. Section 4 – Active Objects This section provides an overview of active objects and discusses the Active Objects toolbar, which you can use to create interactive objects. It describes the common object properties: Font, Color buttons, Key area, Disable, Security, Virtual Keyboard, Align, Auto Format, Auto gray out, Enable Focus, Enable Translation, E-Sign, Force, Multiline, Require Confirmation, and Wrap Text. It also describes the following objects and corresponding properties on the Draw tab: Text, Text Box, Button, Pushbutton, Check Box, Radio Button, Combo Box, List Box, and Smart Message. Section 5 – Animations This section provides an overview of animations. It discusses animation types, explains how to add an animation to an object, and describes how to configure an animation in an object. Section 6 – The Symbol Library This section provides an overview of symbols. It discusses project symbols versus system symbols, explains how to insert system symbols to be used by the project, and describes how to configure symbols.  Section 7 – Project Localization This section explains how to translate a project's user interface into multiple languages, using either machine translation (for example, Google Translate) or a human translator. It also explains how to switch the project's language during runtime with a simple function call.  Module 6 – Overview of Scripting Section 1 – Client-Side Scripts This section discusses screen scripts and screen logic, and graphics scripts. It explains where to access them and describes the three different triggers: On Open, While Open, and On Close. It addresses the screen scripts execution interval for both. It also discusses graphics scripts. It explains where to access them and describes the three different triggers: On Start, While Running, and On End. It addresses the screen scripts execution interval for these scripts. Section 2 – Background Tasks This section discusses the math, script, and scheduler worksheets. It discusses where to access the sheets and describes the trigger points to run the scripts for each worksheet. For the math worksheet, it also explains the Description and Execution header parameters and the Tag Name and Expression body parameters. In addition, it covers the math scripts execution interval. For the script worksheet, it also explains the Description and Execution header parameters and the VBScript and Built-In body parameters. It also describes the Startup Script worksheet. For the scheduler worksheets, it also explains the Description header parameter and the Event, Trigger, Time, Date, Tag, Expression, and Disable body parameters.  Module 7 – Alarms and Events Section 1 – Alarms This section provides an overview of alarms. It discusses the alarm tasks: Level Alarms, Rate Alarms, and Deviation Alarms. It describes the alarm task worksheet’s purpose to log alarms and describes the worksheet’s Header and Body areas. It also explains the Alarm/Event Control object’s purpose to display alarms and describes how to embed and configure the object. Section 2 – Events This section discusses events. It explains how to enable Event Logger by enabling the following events: Security system, Display, Recipe, Report, Custom Messages, System Warning, and Tag changes. It also describes the event display.  Module 8 – Data Logging and Display Section 1 – Trend This section provides an overview of data logging. It discusses data logging, explaining how to create a Trend task worksheet, and describes a Trend Control object. It explains how to plot the trend, describing the Trend Control object properties, and explains how to convert Trend History files from binary to text. Section 2 – Grid Control This section discusses the Grid Control object, explaining read/write data. It describes the Grid Control object properties: Data Source, Columns, Advanced, and Fonts and Colors.   Module 9 – Recipes and Reports Section 1 – Recipes This section discusses recipes. It explains how to create a recipe worksheet, describing the Recipe Header and Recipe Body, and explains the built-in recipe function. Section 2 – Reports This section discusses reports. It explains how to create a report worksheet, describing the Report Header and Report Body, and explains the built-in report function.  Module 10 – Project Security Section 1 – Overview This section provides an overview of the Security mode and Access level. For the Security mode, it describes the following: Local Only, Distributed – Server, Distributed – Client, and Domain (LDAP).For the Access level, it discusses permission based on groups. It also explains how to configure a security system. Section 2 – Protecting Your Intellectual Property This section explains how to configure passwords for the application, screens, symbols, and worksheets.  Module 11 – Remote Clients Section 1 – Mobile Access This section provides an overview of remote clients. It discusses the prerequisites to run remote clients and explains how to use Mobile Access to deploy an HTML5-enhanced web interface for smartphones and tablets. It also describes how to configure the Mobile Access web interface: Alarm, Process Values, Trend, and Screens. In addition, it describes how to use the # symbol as part of the URL address and the purpose of using the # symbol instead of the? symbol.  Module 12 – Using Databases Section 1 – The Project Database This section provides an overview of databases. It explains how to configure a project database for alarms, events, and trends. It discusses SQL relational databases and describes how to link the database through a remote DB provider. Section 2 – Database/ERP Task This section explains how to configure a connection with a SQL Database, using the Database/ERP task. It explains how to create a connection by configuring a Database/ERP connection, configuring a Database/ERP worksheet, and sending commands to a database using built-in functions.  Module 13 – Integrating with Other AVEVA Software Products Section 1 – AVEVA Historian This section provides an overview of Historian. It explains how to connect to an on-premise Historian and a Historian hosted by AVEVA™ Online. Section 2 – System Platform This section provides an overview of System Platform. It discusses the ITMEViewApp object, explaining how to create a new AVEVA Edge HMI application and import an existing AVEVA Edge HMI application. It describes how to download and run a project on a target device from ITMEViewApp. It also discusses general configuration attributes and runtime object attributes.  Module 14 – Industrial Graphics Section 1 – Industrial Graphics and Situational Awareness Visualization This section discusses the prerequisites to use Industrial Graphics and Situational Awareness graphics, which are Industrial Information Services (IIS) and Mobile Access, and provides an overview of these graphics. It describes how to import the symbol libraries, including a discussion of the Prevent Import Overwrite feature, and create a new symbol. It explains that Industrial Graphics can only be embedded in an Industrial Graphics screen and further explains that Industrial Graphics screens can belong to screen groups with native screens. It discusses the custom properties for Industrial Graphics and Situational Awareness graphics and explains Wizard Options for Situational Awareness graphics. It explains that symbol libraries and symbols can be exported to an aaPKG file, which can be used as backups in another project. In addition, it discusses known limitations of Industrial Graphics concerning the Layout tool, Element Style, User Input Keyboard, Thin Clients, and Overwriting Symbols. It also describes how to edit, import, and export the Element Style named application style. Section 2 – Using the Industrial Graphics Editor This section introduces the Industrial Graphics Editor and explains the advantages of working with graphics as Assemblies in the Industrial Graphics Editor. It describes how to easily embed the graphics from symbol libraries and user-created symbols. It discusses how to maintain the integrity and relationship of all the elements as a single symbol. It describes the custom properties dialog box and explains the two ways to add tags to the Default Value field: manually entering the tagname or using the Tag Browser to select the tag. It also describes Static Text versus Reference or Expression fields and explains that description text is the main Help system on symbols. In addition, it explains that Enable Private will hide a custom property to prevent it from being used in the Industrial Graphics Editor. Section 3 – Custom Properties and Animations in Symbols This section explains that when the library does not have what you need, you can customize. It describes how to create custom properties and provides an overview of the different types of animations. Section 4 – QuickScript.net for Industrial Graphics This section provides an overview of QuickScript.net and describes the use of the Industrial Graphics Script Editor. It explains the different triggers of scripts: Predefined Scripts, Named Scripts, and Action Scripts. It also describes the basic features of the ShowGraphic function.    **หมายเหตุ**- เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์- จำกัดจำนวนผู้เข้าอบรม ไม่เกิน 12 ท่านต่อคอร์ส- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะท่านที่ลงทะเบียนและยืนยันสิทธิ์ก่อน- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะ Registered Partner และ End User ที่ใช้สินค้าของ Enlighten Technology เท่านั้น- ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์ ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ และลิ๊งค์ดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองทางอีเมล- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่งเพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการอบรมของท่านอื่น- ขอสงวนสิทธิ์การเปลี่ยนแปลงตามความเหมาะสม โดยไม่ต้องแจ้งล่วงหน้า ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรม   

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19 Jul 2022

AVEVA™ InTouch HMI

Course Name: AVEVA™ InTouch HMI Virtual Instructor-Led Training (Thai) Availability: 19-20-21 July 2022 Time: 9:00 - 16:00 --- Course Outline Module 1 – Introduction Section 1 – Course Introduction This section will explain the objectives and agenda for this course. It will also outline products by AVEVA and how InTouch meets the human-machine interface requirements for visualization. Section 2 – InTouch Software Overview This section will introduce the InTouch, explains the benefits of using InTouch, discusses its key capabilities, and provides an overview of its features. Section 3 – System Requirements and Licensing This section will describe the operating systems and other software requirements the host computer must meet prior to installing InTouch 2017 (version 17.2). Section 4 – InTouch Application Types This section will provide an overview of the different types of InTouch applications.  Module 2 – Window Layout and Basic Navigation Section 1 – WindowMaker Overview This section will provide an overview of using WindowMaker. Section 2 – WindowViewer Overview This section will provide an overview of the InTouch runtime environment, WindowViewer.  Section 3 – Configure and Test Navigation Using WindowMaker This section will provide an overview of how to use WindowMaker to embed symbols in windows and apply animations to symbols. This section will also explain how to test animations that will navigate to different windows in runtime. Module 3 – InTouch Tagname Dictionary Section 1 – The Tagname Dictionary This section will explain tag types and the Tagname Dictionary. Section 2 – I/O Configuration This section will discuss the data acquisition components of InTouch. Section 3 – Tag Viewer This section will describe the Tag Viewer and will explain how to view, save, and import watch windows. This section will also discuss dotfields, and explain how to interpret value, time, and quality information in a watch window. Section 4 – DBDump and DBLoad This section will explain how to use the DBDump and DBLoad utilities for bulk handling of InTouch tags. Section 5 – Other Tag Management Utilities This section will discuss the Cross Reference Utility and Tag Use Counts. It will explain how to find and delete tags.  Module 4 – Situational Awareness Visualization Section 1 – Industrial Graphic and Situational Awareness Visualization This section will explain the capabilities and usage of the Situational Awareness Library. Section 2 – Element Styles This section will discuss element styles and the Application Style Library. It will also explain how to import and export the Application Style Library. Section 3 – Window Construction Using Symbol Editor This section will explain the capabilities of the Graphic Editor for designing entire window graphic assemblies and custom graphics. Section 4 – Custom Properties and Animations in Symbols This section will provide a brief overview of the graphic tools in the Graphic Editor that pertain to adding custom properties and animations. Section 5 – New Section with 2020 This section will discuss InTouch HMI support for the web technology called HTML5 Widgets. Module 5 – InTouch Alarms Section 1 – InTouch Tagname Alarm Configuration This section will explain how to configure a discrete alarm, and an analog limit alarm. This section will also discuss alarm dotfields, priority, groups, severity, and advanced alarm features. Section 2 – Live Alarms Management This section will describe alarm management, define alarm ack models, and discuss alarm query syntax. This section will also explain of the .NET Alarm Client features, discuss alarm inhibition, and compare alarm inhibition with alarm suppression. Section 3 – Historical Alarms Management This section will explain how to record alarms in a database and retrieve those alarms to view in the Alarm Client.  Module 6 – Data Logging and Trending Section 1 – InTouch History and Real-Time Trending This section will discuss the built-in InTouch historical logging features. The features include how to enable InTouch history, visualizing InTouch history, and using HistData for exporting historical logs to .csv files. This section will go on to explain how to use the Trend Client .NET control for real-time trending visualization. Section 2 – Using Historian with InTouch This section will explain how to import tags into Historian Server using the Tag Importer Wizard in the ArchestrA System Management Console. The section will go on to describe how to build a Historian Client Trend display in InTouch. Section 3 – Trend Pen This section will explain how to use the Historian Client Trend .NET control in InTouch, import a .NET client control library file using WindowMaker and use Live Mode to continuously refresh the trend with current data.  Module 7 – Introduction to QuickScript Section 1 – Introduction to InTouch QuickScript This section will provide an overview of the various InTouch QuickScript types, and describe the features and functions that are unique to each QuickScript type. This section will also explain the QuickScript Editor.  Module 8 – Introduction to ArchestrA Symbol QuickScript .NET Section 1 – ArchestrA Symbol QuickScript.NET This section will provide an overview of ArchestrA Symbol QuickScript.NET, and describe the features and functions that are unique to each script type. This section will also explain the QuickScript Editor. Section 2 – ShowGraphic() and InTouch Windows This section will explain a scalable method to navigate an InTouch application. Section 3 – ShowGraphic and Industrial Symbols This section will explain how to use advanced features of the ShowGraphic script function.  Module 9 – Security Section 1 – OS Security Implementation This section will discuss how to prepare your environment for using OS security. This section will also provide an overview of scripting for OS security. Section 2 – Lock Down Your Application This section will provide an overview of the Animation Links dialog box and explain Action Script methods you can use to secure your application. This section will also describe the function used to enable and disable the Alt, Escape, and Windows keys.  Module 10 – Application Distribution Section 1 – Network Application Distribution This section will explain how to configure Network Application Development (NAD) and how NAD delivers changes to the production machine.  Module 11 – Application Maintenance Section 1 – Manage Industrial Graphics This section will explain how to manage Industrial symbols including exporting, importing, and restoring library symbols if accidentally deleted. Section 2 – Converting Windows to Industrial Graphics and Frame Windows This section will explain how to set up windows for use in Web Client. Section 3 – Application Backup and Restore This section will explain how to back up your Stand-alone + Symbols InTouch application. This section will go on to explain how to restore a Stand-alone + Symbols InTouch application.  Module 12 – Web Client Section 1 – Web Client This section will describe the Web Client features and dependencies.    **หมายเหตุ**- เป็นการอบรมระบบออนไลน์- จำกัดจำนวนผู้เข้าอบรม ไม่เกิน 12 ท่านต่อคอร์ส- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะท่านที่ลงทะเบียนและยืนยันสิทธิ์ก่อน- สงวนสิทธิ์เฉพาะ Registered Partner และ End User ที่ใช้สินค้าของ Enlighten Technology เท่านั้น- ผู้ที่มีสิทธิ์อบรมจะได้รับการตอบกลับทางอีเมล์ ท่านที่ไม่ได้รับอีเมล์ตอบกลับถือว่าไม่ได้รับสิทธิ์ในการอบรมครั้งนี้- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะได้รับคู่มือการเทรนนิ่งก่อนการอบรมทางไปรษณีย์ และลิ๊งค์ดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองทางอีเมล- ผู้เข้าอบรมจะต้องดาวน์โหลดไฟล์จำลองที่ติดตั้งโปรแกรมให้เรียบร้อยก่อนวันเทรนนิ่งเพื่อไม่ให้เสียเวลาในการอบรมของท่านอื่น- ขอสงวนสิทธิ์การเปลี่ยนแปลงตามความเหมาะสม โดยไม่ต้องแจ้งล่วงหน้า ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมอบรมที่นี่  

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