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FDT 3.0 Introduction & Technical Webinar (Japanese)
November 11, 2020 @ 10:00 am - November 12, 2020 @ 4:00 pmFree
FDT Japan will be jointly hosting a two-day webinar along with Waseda IONL focused on educating the local industry on the new FDT 3.0 IIoT standard. FDT is a software technology that standardizes the integration and management of field equipment across the boundaries of vendors and communication protocols even in an environment where various networks including process automation (PA) and factory automation (FA) exist. Over the years, FDT has become the de facto integration standard deployed globally for effective asset management in the industrial automation industry. Now, with FDT 3.0 the standard has migrated to a data-centric IIoT platform and has become a key technology for standardizing the integration of the Industrial IoT under the information and sophistication of the manufacturing industry.
This seminar is broken up into a two day event and delivered by subject matter experts that will discuss the state of the industry by focusing on FDT’s involvement in digital communication for the process and factory automation markets. Attendees can register for one day or for both days. Day one will focus on an introduction to FDT technology in an easy-to-understand manner. Day two will engage in an in-depth technical session (see agenda below). Even if you are new to FDT technology, attendees will gain a solid understanding of FDT, its components and how it works, including the components necessary for building a system that utilizes FDT while using an actual machine demo. Please use this event as an educational opportunity for beginner to intermediate engineers. The event will be held in Japanese.
Day 1 – FDT Introduction – November 11, 2020 (10:00-16:00)
- FDT in a digital field
- DTM basic function and specific feature
- Offline engineering using DTM
- DTM use case on PAM
- DTM use case in FA
- FDT for IIoT
Day 2 – FDT Technical – November 12, 2020 (10:00-16:00)
- FDT specification explanation
- DTM development procedure introduction
- FDT for security
- DTM development case study