Over the last year many grade schools have instituted "remote learning," which simply put means kids stay home and connect via web-meeting to teachers for instruction.
Wondering if this had sparked any interest amongst our audience, late last year I crafted a survey to see what people thought, and to my surprise I found a lot of people preferred this type of training.
That in mind, I decided to try my hand at it and just scheduled a seven week course on ControlLogix to start on Tuesday, March 16th at 7pm ET.
The plan is to hold seven, one hour training sessions covering all the details of ControlLogix which I also cover in my pre-recorded on demand course.
To put my own spin on it, I also plan to make a replay of the course available to students after the fact, so they can come back and retake the course in the future at no additional charge :-)
I'm looking forward to this new experience, and if any of you would like to sign up I'm offering $50 off to all supporters here on Automation.Locals.com!
For more information about the course see the below link, and if you're interested in signing up just reply to this post ;-)
Here's an update I just did for my training website, #TheAutomationSchool:
Oliver Haya presents Remote Access Solutions from Rockwell Automation on Episode 107 of The Automation Podcast.
THANK YOU to all the Electricians, Engineers, Technicians, & Programmers who keep the Energy Flowing & Production Rolling! You're our unsung heroes who insure the future is bright!
I meet with Dennis Wylie and Justin Wengatz of Rockwell Automation to find out, today on #TheAutomationPodcast!
In this new article, we will continue learning about FactoryTalk View Alarm and Event server. This time we will learn to import and export the Alarm and Event server.
Like our previous article, we will use the same project file for this article. First, open your project and right-click on Alarm and Event Server as shown in the below window...
I discuss a reader's question about if you can collect data from a MicroLogix which is already communicating with an HMI using Modbus RTU by using a 1761-NET-AIC in this episode of The Automation Minute.