Iconics launches HMI training classes

Two new HMI training courses are being offered by Iconics this summer at its Foxborough (MA) Training Center.

07/08/2004


Two new HMI training courses are being offered by Iconics this summer at its Foxborough (MA) Training Center. Genesis32 Accelerated is designed for those experienced with automation software. BizViz Suite introduces students to the Microsoft .Net-based tools in ReportWorX, BridgeWorX, PortalWorX, and MobileHMI. Both courses include hands-on, active learning techniques.

Genesis32 Accelerated covers OLE for Process Control (OPC) architecture and the basics of the Genesis32 Enterprise Edition. Emphasis is placed on SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and HMI (Human Machine Interface) aspects of the product. Web HMI and Multimedia instruction is included. BizViz Suite training covers both the 101 and 102 products. The first part of the weeklong program covers the ReportWorX reporting tool and the BridgeWorX data integration and interface management tool. The second half concentrates on the PortalWorX HMI Web site management tool and MobileHMI Server.

Each class will also be offered on several other occasions later this year. Click here for registration and schedule information .

—Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, Control Engineering, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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