DC-101 Field Device Tooling | April 14, 2016 - April 14, 2016 | Automation.com

DC-101 Field Device Tooling

Event Summary

DATE:
April 14, 2016
LOCATION:
Gonzales, LA 70737
START DATE/TIME:
April 14, 2016
END DATE/TIME:
April 14, 2016
EVENT TYPE:
Training
HOST:
Endress+Hauser
PHONE:
317 535-1306
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
Click here to Visit

Description

After completing this course, participants will understand what Field Device Tooling means, what can be the scope and how it can be used to improve a process. Maintenance and engineering personnel will understand the basic concepts and lay out of FDT frames. Students will then be given detailed instruction of proper DTM maintenance to keep software running smoothly.

Content
• Field Device Tooling Overview
• DTM Updates
• Advanced DTM Troubleshooting

Objectives
After this course it will be clear which strategy can be used for improving processes. When can you save money with new technologies like digital communication and when should you stay with simple devices and data acquisition?

Who should attend?
Anyone who is involved in planning processes and the operation of a production plant.

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