Microcontrol (Germany) expands its portfolio of seminars and workshops in 2016. Because of high demand, a second seminar about the µMIC.200 automation controller has been scheduled.
Microcontrol focuses on CAN-based analog/digital signal conversion and non-proprietary heavy-duty control systems. The company offers an all-day, free-of-charge introductory workshop about its automation controller µMIC.200 in German on August 30. As this seminar is fully booked already, an additional workshop is offered on September 13, 2016. The controller comes with two isolated CAN interfaces.
Eight sessions introduce participants to the current state of control technology and available control systems (also CAN-based) as well as features that can be realized at present. Topics of the day will comprise e.g. the company’s development environment Eclipse and programming in C/C++. Another lesson in IEC 6 11 31-3 will be given by a provider of automation software ― Logicals, based in St. Poelten (Austria) and Langenfeld (Germany). Participants have the opportunity to gain practical programming experience using real-life examples.
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