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Training In Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
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Training In SCADA Application Design
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Training In Industrial Drives
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Control Panel Engineering
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Monitoring & Control
Corporate Training
Machine Operators
Drives control
System integrators
Service Engineers

International Condidate

  • ISRA
  • WAEL

Training on Major Leading Brands Of SCADA /HMI Software

Designing SCADA Based Alarm Management

Designing Of SCADA Graphics & Animation

SCADA Historian

Pre & Post Project Documentation

Modification of Existing SCADA

Designing Principles OF SCADA Project

Designing Of SCADA Based Faceplates

SCADA Software For Automation

 System and Device Integration

Designing SCADA Recipe Management


This course covers the configuration of SCADA systems in depth.Topics are logically ordered to build confidence, covering different aspects of SCADA system configuration before leading up to a fully-fledged real-life Plant Monitoring & Control project.


Module #01:Basic Understanding of SCADA Systems
SCADA basics
SCADA configuration, runtime, Development and communication drivers
Configuration overview: project editor and graphics builder
Runtime overview: SCADA web client, internet display client, process analyst and SCADA runtime manager
Driver overview
Module #02: SCADA System Design Considerations
System requirements overview
Plant layout
Operational requirements of project
Project design fundamentals
Module #03: Creating a Project – Basic Configuration
Defining and configuring equipment
Understanding Tool Library/Wizard
Understanding drawing Fundamentals
Creating a graphics page and drawing objects
Configuring tags Database
Configuration of SCADA Dynamics
Configuration System and Device Integration
Configuration of SCADA Navigation System
Configuring alarms and trends
Configuring security Management
How to Backup SCADA Project
Module #04: Using the Process Analyst
Developers versus Operators
Developers: SCADA integration, design time and the automation model
Operators: Pens, object view, printing/exporting and configuration,
Report Generation.
Module# 05: Using the Scheduler
Developers versus Operators
Developers: Backing up, security, redundancy and log messages
Operators: The Scheduler interface, views, working with schedule entries, Scheduler modes, inheritance and overlapping.
Module# 06: Understanding Programing Techniques
Using commands/Scripts
Expressions and functions
Variables and arrays
Conditionals and operators
Debugging and advanced concepts
Module #07: Databases
Configuring the Database Exchange
Using MS SQL Server 2000
Using Access MDB
Using dBase DBF
Using Microsoft Excel
Module #08: Report Generation
Report Generation Tools
Fetching report from database
Understanding Process report formats
Shift report
Daily report
Weekly report
21 CFR Part 11 Protocol
Digital Signature
Module #09: The Runtime Manager
The Runtime Manager interface
Launching and shutting down the Runtime Manager
Working with processes in the Runtime Manager
Module #10: An Industrial Project
An Industrial Project for Machine and Process Automation (Monitoring and Control)


To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: Experience with basic control and electrical principles Experience operating a personal computer within Microsoft_ Windows95_ or Windows NT_environment Working knowledge of programmable controllers or Completion of the Relay Logic and Electrical Automation course and PLC Programming and Maintenance course.

Anyone who wants to gain solid knowledge of the key elements of industrial automation to improve their work skills and to further their job prospects:

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers

 Electrical Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Instrumentation Engineers


 Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors

Energy Management Consultants

 Automation and Process Engineers

 Design Engineers

 Project Managers


System Integrators

 Instrument Fitters, Technicians and Instrumentation Engineers

 Consulting Engineers

Production Managers

Machine Operators

Instrument and Process Control Technicians

Even those who are highly experienced in industrial automation may find it useful to gain know-how in a very concentrated but practical format

  Advanced Diploma in Industrial Automation and Control (ADIAC)
   Certified Automation Engineer (CAE)
   Certified Automation Professional (CAP)
   Certified Automation Technician (CAT)
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming,Installation and Maintenance (For OEM)
   Professional Course in Factory Automation (Programming,Installation and Maintenance of Automation Devices )
   Professional Course in Electrical and Process Instrumentation
  Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  Supervisory Control And Data Aquisition (SCADA)
  AC/DC drives
  Human Machine Interface HMI/MMI
  Distributed Control System (DCS)
  Industrial Networking & Protocol Technologies
  Plant Maintenance Engineering
  Industrial Intrumentation Engineering
  Electrical and Electronic Automation
  Electrical Maintenance & Toubleshooting
  Automation Project Design

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