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Industrial Networking, Communication, and Ethernet Training Course

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19 Sep - 23 Sep, 2022Live Online5 Days$2150Register
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01 Aug - 05 Aug, 2022London5 Days$5695Register
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Course Overview

 What is industrial network architecture?

The world is a global village, and corporate organisations and industries have adopted digitalisation in the implementation of their activities and tasks. Industrial communication networks serve as the undisputed powerhouse of all digital factories in existence. Following this, industrial networks are necessary for the sensitisation of personnel on the application of networks and their connectedness to a corporate network. Industrial Ethernet is a form of technology employed in automation and control systems in industrial manufacturing.

 What is industrial communication protocol?

On the other hand, industrial data communication encompasses its operating environment, and it sets boundaries due to Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), which relates to the general office requirements. As a result of the failure of traditional equipment to cater to the increase in industrial data communications, developed and advanced data communications devices have become existent in the marketplace, Ethernet being an example. Industrial communication occurs in three phases- the routing level, the control level, and the sensor level.

The planning and execution of industrial communication networks are technical; therefore, a great deal of specialist knowledge is necessary. For this reason, Zoe Talents Solutions provides a platform and a training course to be in line with international Industrial Ethernet standards.

Course Objectives

The main objective of this course is to empower professionals to-

  • Learn how to plan and implement wired and wireless data networks and link them to a corporate network
  • Understand the basic rudiments on how to secure, diagnose, and optimise communication networks
  • Understand network technologies and mechanisms that serve as the basis for modern-day digital communication
  • Acquire skills and know-how in planning, implementing, and acquiring simple industrial networks
  • An in-depth understanding of the principles governing industrial communications systems
  • Equip them with the adequate tools to design and supervise industrial communications systems
  • Discern the facts surrounding networks and how they are applied and maintained in their industry’s plan
  • Be conversant with trends in networking, real-life tips on test running TCP/IP based networks, and industrial Web intranet

Training Methodology

Zoe Talents Solutions equips trainees who undertake their online training courses with the relevant knowledge and skills by employing several strategies such as practical sessions, visual slides, video presentations, group works, seminars, quizzes, and constant communication with well-known experts in the field who are trainees of this particular course.

Zoe Talents Solutions applies this training method for all its courses. It is referred to as the Do-Review-Learn-Apply Model.

Organisational Benefits

In the course of personnel undertaking this training, their organisation would benefit in the following ways:

  • Improved integration of plant and corporate networks
  • An increased rate of visibility of production processes of the industry
  • A reduced rate of security risks on the industrial network
  • Identification of strengths and weaknesses of competing network technologies
  • With improved knowledge on the varieties of Ethernet in existence, personnel would make the best choices, thereby contributing to the overall management of the industrial plant
  • Make informed and recent choices as regards Ethernet hardware to prevent being redundant and out of vogue practices
  • Enlightenment of the industrial plant personnel with the necessary skillset and know-how, which would contribute to the industry’s plant productivity and efficiency
  • Improved performance, diagnosis and solution of problems concerning the production environment and energy distribution

Personal Benefits

Individuals who undertake this course wholly and diligently are guaranteed to discover the following benefits:

  • An improved understanding and application of fundamental Ethernet networking skills, terminology, and concepts
  • An improved skill set and expertise when engaging in various tasks ranging from network specification, configuration, and troubleshooting tasks
  • Ability to discern communications between various devices, identify data transmission types, and distinguish between OSI Models
  • Proper identification of routing process, management of switch by employing Device manager and CLI commands
  • Proper comprehension of basic IT terminologies and concepts
  • Ability to differentiate between wireless and Industrial Ethernet alternatives
  • A comprehensive knowledge of the various Ethernet that exists and that which is suited to the needs of their industry
  • Ability to set up devices and applications which employ these protocols

Who Should Attend?

  • Engineers who specialise in industrial plant operations and are involved in the development and execution of utility protocols
  • Technical staff engaged in architecture design, installation, the configuration of automated projects, electrical substations, and remote systems
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • System Integrators
  • Systems Designers
  • Architects
  • Operations technology officers who are involved in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of industrial devices on an Ethernet network
  • Control system technicians and engineers who have piqued interest in industrial networking and communication

 Course Outline

The course encompasses the following topics, which addresses industrial networking, communication and Ethernet:

Module 1: Overview of Industrial Network, Communication and Ethernet

  • Introduction and History
  • Architecture and Devices
  • Fieldbus and Ethernet

Module 2: Terminologies

  • Data Communications
  • Serial Communications
  • Industrial Protocols
  • Wireless Industrial Communications
  • LAN Technologies
  • Industrial Protocols
  • TCP/IP Basics
  • Troubleshooting Industrial and Fieldbuses

Module 3: Ethernet Network

  • Interpretation of an Ethernet Hardware Layout
  • Ethernet Data Transmission Types
  • Communication between Two Ethernet Devices
  • Interpretation of Basic Data Flow of Host-to-Host Ethernet Communications

Module 4: Major Protocols in Industrial Ethernet

  • Modbus TCP/IP
  • EtherCAT
  • EtherNet/IP
  • PROFINET

 Module 5: Contemporary Data Communication Methods

  • Error Detection and Correction
  • Digital Representations of Data

 Module 6: Ethernet

  • Ethernet Variations
  • Ethernet LAN Components

Module 7: Industrial Data Communication

  • Basic communication principles
  • Hardware interfaces
  • Communication protocols
  • ASCII protocol

Module 8: Local Area Network (LAN)

  • Protocols and topologies of LAN
  • Design Methods for LANs using Ethernet
  • Open Systems Interconnection (OSI)

Module 9: Basics of Fiber-Optic Network

  • Cable selection

Module 10: Process Control

  • Web technologies
  • Network security
  • Smart Instrument Systems
  • Public Network Transport Technologies

Module 11: Enterprise Level Process Data Communications

  • ERP
  • MES
  • SCADA

Module 12: Recognizing Ethernet Network Loop Avoidance Protocols

  • Network Address Translation (NAT) – Interpretation of the scheme
  • Accessing Ethernet Switch Information
  • iOS File Configuration
  • Recognition of Switching Functions on Ethernet Network

Module 13: Industrial Network

  • TCP/IP networking
  • Fault tolerance of Networks
  • Secure Architectures
  • Packets and Protocols
  • Advanced security
  • Firewall Technology
  • User Authentication
  • Industrial Intranet Applications

Module 14: MODBUS Protocol

  • History and Applications
  • Comparison with other protocol variants
  • Data Format
  • Control of communication errors and maintenance of link
  • Synchronisation
  • Communication Modes
  • Frames
  • Extensions
  • Client and servers
  • Device Facility Interrogation

 

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