Description

mapp View makes it easy to design powerful HMI applications based on open web standards.
This allows any automation engineer to quickly and easily design a clear HMI application in Automation Studio. Advanced HMI functionality is encapsulated in modular control widgets. These widgets are conveniently dragged and dropped into place on the desired page and then configured as needed.

Objectives and contents

  • Understanding mapp View
  • Page creation and navigation
  • Visual design and media files
  • Data binding with OPC UA
  • User role system and localization
  • Events and actions
  • Dialog and message boxes
  • Animations in the HMI application
  • Multi-client / Multi-user
  • Diagnostics tools and performance analysis
  • Displaying data with diagrams
  • Customized widget creation

This seminar requires the use of Automation Studio 4.4 and mapp View Technology Package 5.3 or higher.

Responsibilities include

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

Documents provided

TM600 – Introduction to Visualization

It has always been human nature to use images to help us explain concepts and processes. Over the years, the methods of representation and possibilities have evolved. Now, there is a great variety of technical solutions to choose from.

Learning objectives and content

  • Definition of HMI
  • Definition of human-machine communication
  • HMI for automation
  • History of HMI in technology
  • Requirements and selection criteria for HMI
  • Introduction to different HMI concepts
  • Getting to know HMI design aspects
  • User groups and authorization
  • Overview of further design information

Name

Model number

TM600 – Introduction to Visualization

TM600TRE.00-ENG

TM600TRE.00-ENG

TM611 – Working with mapp View

With mapp View, automation engineers have all the tools they need to create powerful, intuitive HMI applications.
In this training module, all basic mapp View terms are explained. Each theory block is followed by targeted step-by-step exercises that help with project configuration and also strengthen knowledge of mapp View.

Learning objectives and content

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

Description

Order number

TM611 - Working with mapp View

TM611TRE.4B1-GER

TM611TRE.4B1-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 – Display 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 increase 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 major aspects here are the dynamics of the created HMI application, using dialog and message boxes as extended tasks of the event and action system and adapting 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 – Automation Studio Training: Basics

Automation Studio is used to configure and program all B&R controller components. Core topics such as getting an overview of all product groups, initial commissioning of a controller, understanding the functions of the runtime environment and using the options for integrated configuration and diagnostics will be shown.

  • B&R company presentation
  • B&R philosophy and products
  • Working with Automation Studio
  • Using the integrated help system
  • Establishing an online connection to the controller
  • Initial installation of a controller
  • Developing the hardware configuration
  • Working with text and table editors
  • Functions and options offered by Automation RuntimeAutomation Runtime is the operating system that runs on all B&R controllers.
  • Automation Runtime configuration options
  • Runtime and boot behavior of the controller
  • Using the integrated diagnostic options
  • Overview of available programming languages
Model number

SEM611.3

Request information For pricing information please contact your sales representative

Event location

B&R Online (US)

Remote Training
United States

Organizer

Training
1250 Northmeadow Parkway
30076 Roswell
United States

Phone:
+1 / 770 772 - 0400

Additional information

From: 01/30/2023
Start: 13:00


To: 02/03/2023
End: 17:00


Booking Status:
Duration: 5 Days

Language: English