Description

Smart devices such as tablets, smartphones, etc. are considered perfect examples of powerful technology with ultimate usability. Unsurprisingly, operators of industrial machines and systems – and therefore also manufacturers of such equipment – desire nothing less when interacting with the machinery they use every day. With mapp View, B&R now offers access to web technology that can be used to develop HMI systems for B&R automation applications. Application engineers can use mapp View to create powerful and intuitive HMI solutions. The web technology used here is encapsulated with mapp View. Learning a broad field of technology is not necessary. HMI developers can focus entirely on creating a solution for the task at hand.

This seminar is delivered online with a live trainer. Remote desktop access is utilized to assist with debugging as needed.

Learning objectives and contents

  • Overview of HMI applications and hardware
  • mapp View concept
  • mapp View programming guide
  • Page creation and navigation
  • Visual appearance - Styling
  • Data binding via OPC UA
  • Integrating media files
  • User role system
  • Localization
  • Events and actions
  • Display alarms, diagrams and data in mapp View
  • Creating efficient mapp View HMI applications
  • Responsibilities include

  • You create concepts for HMI applications.
  • You configure HMI applications for machine operation.
  • You implement designs for various operator panels.
  • You integrate HMI applications in machines.
  • You utilize web technology on mobile devices.

Documents provided

TM600 – Introduction to Visualization

Human nature has always driven man to depict objects and events using images. The techniques and possibilities available for doing so have advanced steadily over the years, opening up a wide range of technological solutions to choose from.

Objectives and contents

  • Definition of visualization
  • Definition of human-machine communication
  • Visualization in automation
  • History of visualization in technology
  • Requirements and selection criteria for HMI applications
  • Introduction to different visualization concepts
  • Getting to know the design aspects of HMI applications
  • User groups and permissions
  • Overview of other design guidelines

Name

Model number

TM600 – Introduction to Visualization

TM600TRE.00-ENG

TM600TRE.00-ENG

TM611 – Working with mapp View

Smart devices such as tablets, smartphones, etc. are considered perfect examples of powerful technology with ultimate usability. Unsurprisingly, operators of industrial machines and systems – and therefore also manufacturers of such equipment – desire nothing less when interacting with the machinery they use every day. With mapp View, B&R now offers access to web technology that can be used to develop HMI systems for B&R automation applications. Application engineers can use mapp View to create powerful and intuitive HMI solutions. The web technology used here is encapsulated with mapp View. Learning a broad field of technology is not necessary. HMI developers can focus entirely on creating a solution for the task at hand.

Learning objectives and content

  • mapp View concept
  • Page creation and navigation
  • Visual appearance - Styling
  • Data binding with OPC UA
  • Integrating media files
  • User role system
  • Localization
  • Events and actions

Name

Order number

TM611 – Working with mapp View

TM611TRE.433-ENG

TM611TRE.433-ENG

TM641 – Display alarms, charts and data in mapp View

mapp View is a powerful yet versatile tool within Automation Studio for designing dynamic HMI applications that allow operators to clearly and intuitively view even the most complex real-life industrial processes in graphic form. A visual editor and pre-designed widgets allow the implementation of individual solutions.

A central aspect of an HMI application is how it displays process values, messages and information about the machine status. Other important functions of an HMI application include displaying alarm lists, trend curves and data management.

Objectives and contents

  • Configuring and displaying alarms
  • Relationship between alarm system and text system
  • Expanded alarm configuration
  • Displaying diagrams
  • Displaying additional data
  • Dynamic graphics

Name

Model number

TM641 – Displaying alarms, diagrams and data in mapp View

TM641TRE.433-ENG

TM641TRE.433-ENG

TM671 – Creating efficient mapp View HMI applications

mapp View includes a wide range of combinable and easy-to-configure standard components. The exercises in this training module are designed to deepen your existing basic knowledge of mapp View. The additional information, configuration options and combination of various widgets open up entirely new possibilities for designing an HMI application.

The exercises in this training module are divided into several categories. The main areas of focus include implementing dynamic behavior in the HMI application itself, using dialog boxes and message boxes as expanded tasks of the event and action system as well as adjusting the HMI application to the user.

Objectives and contents

  • Dialog and message boxes
  • Using roles and rights on widgets
  • Animations in the HMI application
  • Tasks with different variable types
  • Exercises with the text system
  • Content engineering in XML
  • Multi-client / Multi-user

Name

Model number

TM671 – Creating efficient mapp View HMI applications

TM671TRE.433-GER

TM671TRE.433-ENG

Prerequisites

SEM210.4A – Automation Studio Training: Accelerated Basics

Automation Studio is used to configure and program all B&R control components. Core issues include getting a clear overview of all product groups, initial commissioning of a controller, understanding the functions of the runtime environment and knowing the options for integrated configuration and diagnostics.

One optional session of SOT610.5H OR SOT611.5H is included with this seminar. These courses can be taken the week following SEM210.4A or any available time after. Please let your sales partner know which session and date in which you would like to participate.

Learning objectives and contents

  • Use the programming tool Automation Studio and its help documentation.
  • Configure hardware functions and set up CPU simulation.
  • Configure the target's network options and use Target Browser to find the target.
  • Create, compile, and transfer project to target.
  • Ladder Diagram will be the language of choice for the basic courses, but the instructor can provide guidance for using Structured Text or ANSI C.
  • Manage variable declaration and data retention.
  • Use standard functions (e.g. compare and compute) and function blocks (e.g. timers and counters) in Ladder Diagram.
  • Store project source files on the target.
  • Utilize common Automation Runtime features, such as cycle time adjustment.
  • Use System Diagnostics Manager, Runtime Utility Center and Automation Studio to troubleshoot hardware issues and diagnostic software bugs.
  • Integrate mapp functionality into your application.
Model number

SOT611.5H

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Event location

B&R Online

Remote Training
United States

Organizer

B&R HQ: Roswell
1250 Northmeadow Parkway
30076 Roswell
United States

Phone:
+1 / 770 772 - 0400

Additional information

From: 16.09.2019
Start: 13:00

To: 20.09.2019
End: 16:30

Booking Status:
Duration: 5 Days

Language: English