More and more industrial products are becoming Internet-capable and have their own IP address. The requirement stems from the trend to make currently BUS-capable products IP-capable in the future and to connect them to higher-level IT systems. These products - also called Cyber-physical Systems (CPS) products - must be integrated into networks.
The question is: How do you connect, for example, a valve terminal, a PC, a controller and other industrial products to a network? Where and how do you obtain an IP address? What do you have to configure? This is trained on real products.
After this seminar the participants will have basic knowledge and skills in the field of network technology. They will know the basic structure and functionality of networks and will be able to set them up independently and to address and control peripheral devices via the network.
We are conducting this seminar on behalf of Festo Didactic