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iFIX Learning Track: iFIX Advanced

Schedule

Location :  Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)

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Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)13-Dec-202117-Dec-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (CB Pacific - Pacific time)

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Distance Learning (CB Pacific - Pacific time)16-Nov-202119-Nov-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (GE Digital - Australia Eastern time)

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Distance Learning (GE Digital - Australia Eastern time)24-Jan-202227-Jan-2022

Location :  Distance Learning (GE Digital - Central Europe time)

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Distance Learning (GE Digital - Central Europe time)13-Dec-202117-Dec-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)

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Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)18-Oct-202122-Oct-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (Wunderlich-Malec - Pacific Time)

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Distance Learning (Wunderlich-Malec - Pacific Time)01-Nov-202104-Nov-2021

Course Description

The HMI-SCADA iFIX Advanced course is designed to pick up where the iFIX Fundamentals course ends. The course is intended to provide the student a base level of proficiency using some of the product's more advanced features. The student will become familiar with some of the tools and concepts available for optimizing and troubleshooting iFIX from GE Digital.

Who should attend?

This course is principally designed for process, automation, or instrumentation engineers and system integrators who will be developing, configuring, and using applications created with iFIX.

Are there any prerequisites?

Completion of Proficy HMI/SCADA iFIX Fundamentals course (44A728312-154) is a must! Participants should have a working knowledge of Windows operating systems. Familiarity with relational databases and VBA would be helpful, but not required.

Course Objectives:

What topics will be covered on this course?
• Understand and Implement OPC Server and Client Communication
• Go further with Database Blocks and accelerate Database Creation
• Configure Server Enhanced Failover
• Integrate iFIX with Relational Databases (RDBs) in both Workspace and the PDB
• Use VisiconX to build graphical RDB tools for users
• Integrate iFIX with Proficy Historian and create historical HMI Displays
• Extend iFIX Alarm systems to RDBs and Proficy Historian
• Master essential VBA Techniques
• Extend iFIX functionality with ActiveX and .NET
• Master Dynamo creation and maintenance
• Configure iFIX Schedules
• Implement Advanced Security methods
• Look at Thin Client Solutions such as Remote Desktop Services and iFIX Webspace