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FDT 3.0 Developer Workshop – Virtual Event

October 19

FDT Group and M&M Software together invite you to attend the FDT 3.0 Developer Workshop that will be held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic.  This year the event will occur on October 19th from 14:00-17:00 CET and our subject matter experts will lead you through the new FDT 3.0 IIoT ecosystem, demos and development tools available to create and customize next generation automation solutions supporting innovative business models for open automation manufacturing.

The event is free to attend and open to developers, system architects, business strategist, product managers, business development managers, and all who are interested in learning about FDT-Ready solutions empowering the intelligent enterprise.  This is a great event to meet the experts and ask questions!

FDT IIoT Ecosystem Summary: FDT 3.0 Server- and FDT 3.0 DTM-based architectures securely unlock open automation transformation employing a natively integrated OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) Server for enterprise access to IT/OT real-time device data and a Web Server mobilizing field device operation with browser access for modern asset management practices. FDT 3.0 Desktop environments ensure backwards compatibility, allowing the industry to freely mix and match different generations of DTMs and other device representations utilizing familiar, user-friendly device management interfaces. The standard employs robust, multi-layered security to safeguard critical automation information and operating data.

Topics and Speakers

FDT 3.0 Overview
Glenn Schulz, FDT Managing Director

dtmINSPECTOR5 for FDT 3.0 – What’s new, how to get a copy and a live demo
James Loh Chia Woon, Test & Certification Working Group Chairman

Common Components for FDT 3.0 – What’s new, what’s in the plans and what would you like to see added?
Manjunath Atchutanna, DTM CCB Chairman
Renato da Silva Goncalves, FDT Server CCB Chairman

Using an OPC/UA Client with the FDT Server – Connecting and browsing the project structure
Thomas Hadlich, FDT Architecture and Specification Chairman

Features of the FDT 3.0 Desktop Common Components – Advantages, limitations and a live demo
Manfred Gundel, FDT Architecture and Specification Member

Licensing and Agreements – License & maintenance agreements and costs for the various FDT 3.0 Tools
Glenn Schulz, FDT Managing Director

IO Link Interpreter DTM – Demo the prototype and licensing intent
Volker Herbst, FDT EMEA Marketing