I.T. For Engineers Class

Our popular “I. T. For Engineers” training classes are back! Reserve your place today.

 I.T. For Engineers Full Day Industrial Networking Training!

Fall 2017 Class Schedule:
NOVEMBER 15TH – Denver, CO
Click here for a full agenda or to register

Instructor: Marty Huff, MSI Tec’s Director of Computing and Networking Solutions. Read Marty’s bio.

As agencies and corporations seek to improve processes, reduce expenses and improve productivity, many are turning to Ethernet and TCP/IP communications.

Once considered a solution that was limited to corporate network environments, Ethernet technology has proven to be a robust alternative that can meet the unique needs of the industrial arena. To deploy this new technology, design engineers and Industrial IT professionals should be familiar with the important concepts behind Industrial Ethernet.

Moving light years beyond isolated HMI and SCADA systems that pass limited amounts of data, we can now leverage Ethernet, Internet, Wi-Fi and Cellular technologies to relay information anywhere, anytime. And in order to provide engineers with the knowledge necessary to bring this technology to the industrial controls world and to help engineers integrate their own control designs into corporate networks, MSI Tec is presenting I.T. for Engineers, an all-day educational seminar.

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This class is a “non vendor specific” full day session that will provide an overview of basic network design and protocols such as TCP/IP. It will also present Industrial Ethernet technologies and how Industrial Ethernet is different from traditional Ethernet and give an overview and comparison of the most popular industrial protocols and designs. The class is designed to give the attendees the basic knowledge required for implementation of an Industrial Ethernet network.

MSI TEC’s I.T. For Engineers All-Day Educational Seminar is only $99 and includes lunch!

Click here to see the agenda and full schedule of seminars, or click here to register.

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