- December 17, 2013
Sercos is making recordings of webinars on the topic of ‚ÄúCIP Safety on Sercos & EtherNet/IP‚Äù and ‚ÄúCommon Sercos III and EtherNet/IP Infrastructure‚Äù available free and on-demand.
December 17, 2013 - Sercos International, supplier of the Sercos automation bus, is making recordings of webinars on the topic of “CIP Safety on Sercos & EtherNet/IP” and the topic of “Common Sercos III and EtherNet/IP Infrastructure” available free and on-demand. The webinars have a running time of approx. 30 minutes, are available in German and English and can be requested by email. The “CIP Safety on Sercos & EtherNet/IP” webinar deals with functionality and protocol software for CIP safety on Sercos. In addition to practical examples, Michael Jochem, Safety and Security Project Leader at Bosch Rexroth, also introduces the CIP Safety on Sercos Conformance Test Tool and its benefits. The webinar is rounded out with a brief introduction to the CIP Safety Stack, developed as part of a cooperation between Sercos International and IXXAT Automation. In the “How Users Can Benefit from a Common Sercos III and EtherNet/IP Infrastructure” webinar, Peter Lutz, Managing Director of Sercos International, explains what is meant by the notion of a “shared network infrastructure”, how this can be technically realized and what benefits machinery and equipment manufacturers, as well as users, can gain from it. About Sercos International Sercos International is an association of users and manufacturers that is in charge of technical development, standardization, certification and marketing for the Sercos automation bus. Conformance tests guarantee that Sercos implementations are standard-compliant ensuring that devices from different manufacturers can be combined. Based in Germany, the organization presently has more than 80 member companies located around the world and has national liaison offices in North America and Asia. About Sercos The SErial Realtime COmmunication System, or Sercos, is one of the world’s leading digital interfaces for communication between controls, drives and decentralized peripheral devices. Sercos has been used in machine engineering for more than 20 years and is implemented in over 4 million real-time nodes. With its open, manufacturer-independent Ethernet-based architecture, Sercos III is a universal bus for all automation solutions.Learn More
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