The Smart Way to Industry 4.0 with PROFINET Based Technologies
Organized by PROFIBUS & PROFINET International (PI UK) and the European Interreg Project INCASE (“Industry 4.0 via Networked Control Applications and Sustainable Engineering”), these free-to-attend seminars will address the key practical issues arising from the use of digital communications technologies in automated manufacturing and process industry applications, with particular attention to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0.
Opening with a keynote address given by PI Chairman Karsten Schneider introducing PI’s current and developing technologies for Industry 4.0, the event will cover key application areas such as mechanical handling and logistics, robotics, automotive engineering, electrical and electronics assembly, control systems and energy management, utilities, pharmaceutical, packaging and printing.
Part of the day is with parallel tracks, so that you can either refresh your knowledge as a beginner in PROFINET or as a more experienced user find new ideas for applications. Hence, these events are highly recommended both for newcomers and people who have attended our previous events.
Agenda – Subject to Change
|The Smart way to Industry 4.0 with PROFINET based technologies|
|Coventry, 26/3 and London, 28/03|
|09h00 – 09h15||Introduction to the conference day||PI UK and INCASE|
|09h15 – 10h15||Keynote: Overview of PI’s current and developing technologies for Industry 4.0||Karsten Schneider, PI Chairman|
|10h15 – 10h45||Ethernet’s copper physical layer finally unveiled||Frederic Depuydt, KU Leuven, BE|
|split up & quick coffee to go|
|Track 1||Track 2|
|11h00 – 11h30||IO-Link for the “last metres” communication||Derek Lane, WAGO||Redundancy for PROFINET networks||Frederic Depuydt & Philippe Saey, KU Leuven, BE|
|11h35 – 12h05||Process Automation networks with PROFIBUS and PROFINET||Karsten Schneider||Designing & virtual commissioning: co-simulation with Siemens NX||David Van Os, UGent, BE|
|12h05 – 12h35||Safety & Security – Not so different from one another||Cliff Martin and Sam Thom, BAE Systems||FPGA based error generator for PROFIBUS DP: stress testing your network or diagnostic tools||Jean-Marc Capron (Yncréa Hauts-de-France, France)|
|12h35 – 13h05||Interactive demo sessions|
|13h05 – 14h00||Lunch & exhibition|
|14h00 – 14h30||Cyber Security – Secure Architecture Challenges for Real Businesses||Cliff Martin and Sam Thom, BAE Systems||Combining data and power: Power-over-ethernet and Power Line Communication||Jos Knockaert, UGent, BE|
|14h30 – 15h00||Network Diagnostics||Dave Tomlin, Hitex and Andy Morse, AJM||Industrial control cases with MATLAB code in PLCs, using PROFINET’s “oversampling” & “I-Device” features||Philippe Saey, KU Leuven, BE|
|15h00 – 15h30||Coventry: EMC for industrial networks||Peter Thomas, Control Specialists|
|15h00 – 15h30||London: EMC and HFPQ for industrial networks||Jos Knockaert, UGent, BE|
|15h30 – 16h15||Interactive demo sessions|
|16h15 – 16h20||Final remarks & close|
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Supported by demonstrations of actual tools used in configuration and maintenance, these events focus very much on the practical aspects of using PROFINET and IO-Link, from system design and safety considerations through to fault-finding and maintenance. The events will, therefore, be of great value to Designers, Production/System Engineers, Instrument Technicians/Engineers and C&I Engineers involved in the design, operation and maintenance of modern automated factories and process plant.
*** Places are limited so don’t delay – book today! ***
Click here to register for Coventry, 26 March 2019
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