The Operations Management Interface for System Platform course is a 4-day, instructor-led class designed to provide an overview of the features and functionalities released with Operations Management Interface for System Platform. It covers the components and capabilities of the software, as well as topics to help you build and deploy an Operations Management Interface for System Platform visualization application. It also introduces tools for creating graphics, visualizing alarms and events, visualizing trends and history, and implementing security in an Operations Management Interface for System Platform application. Hands-on labs are provided to reinforce the knowledge necessary to use the software.
Individuals who need to configure or modify Operations Management Interface for System Platform applications.
Knowledge of the following tools, features, and technologies is required: Industrial automation software concepts for InTouch HMI, Microsoft Excel for exporting, modifying, and importing tags with a csv file.
Classroom, onsite, online.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe Operations Management Interface for System Platform visualization components
- Create display layouts for visualization applications
- Create and run visualization applications
- Describe situational awareness concepts
- Create and use graphics
- Implement navigation for visualization applications
- Implement visualization application security
- Implement alarm visualization
- Implement trend visualization
- Implement historical playback visualization.
Module 1: Introduction
Section 1 – Course Introduction: This section describes the objectives, prerequisites, intended audience, and the agenda for the course.
Section 2 – System Platform Overview: This section describes fundamental concepts about System Platform, including its clients, components, and services. It also introduces the ArchestrA technology.
Section 3 – ArchestrA Visualization Overview: This section introduces ArchestrA visualization concepts, and describes Operations Management Interface for System Platform as one of the visualization clients of System Platform.
Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing: This section describes system requirements for System Platform and introduces the licensing model.
Module 2: Getting Started
Section 1 – Introduction: This section introduces features and components of Operations Management Interface for System Platform, including screen profiles, layouts, and panes.
Section 2 – Introduction to ArchestrA Symbols: This section introduces how to create and use ArchestrA symbols.
Section 3 – Screen Profiles: This section describes how to create and configure screen profiles and screens using the Screen Profile Editor.
Section 4 – Layouts and Panes: This section describes how to create and configure layouts and panes using the Layout Editor.
Section 5 – ViewApps: This section explains the ViewApp object, including its editor, capabilities, and components. It also describes how to create and run an Operations Management Interface for System Platform view application (ViewApp).
Module 3: ArchestrA Symbols
Section 1 – Symbol Editor: This section describes the ArchestrA Symbol Editor, including an overview of its interface and properties of embedded graphics.
Section 2 – ArchestrA Symbols with Objects: This section introduces using ArchestrA symbols with automation objects.
Section 3 – Tools and Animations: This section describes element tools and menus available in the Symbol Editor, symbol and graphic element properties, and visualization and interaction animations.
Section 4 – Custom Properties: This section provides an overview of custom properties for ArchestrA symbols.
Module 4: Application Customization
Section 1 – Content Types: This section describes content types and explains how to apply content types to symbols, panes, and layouts.
Section 2 – Custom Navigation: This section describes how to customize the built-in navigation in a ViewApp.
Section 3 – Content Presenter App: This section describes how to automatically generate graphic displays using the ContentPresenter ArchestrA App in a ViewApp.
Section 4 – Layout and Pane Customizations: This section describes how to customize layouts and panes for a ViewApp.
Section 5 – Galaxy Styles: This section explains how to work with the Galaxy Style Library.
Module 5: Security
Section 1 – Security Overview: This section provides an overview of ArchestrA security, including authentication modes, permissions, roles, and users.
Section 2 – ViewApp Security: This section explains how to implement security in a ViewApp.
Section 3 – Signed Writes: This section explains security classifications for object attributes, including configuring Secured Writes and Verified Writes and using them in runtime.
Module 6: Alarms and Events Visualization
Section 1 – ArchestrA Alarming Overview: This section provides an overview of ArchestrA alarming.
Section 2 – Live Alarm Visualization: This section describes how to use the AlarmApp ArchestrA App to display current and recent alarms and events. It also explains how to use AlarmApp to manage alarms in runtime.
Section 3 – Logged Alarms and Events Visualization: This section explains using the AlarmApp ArchestrA App for logged alarms and events.
Module 7: Trends and Historical Playback
Section 1 – ArchestrA Historization Overview: This section provides an overview of ArchestrA historization.
Section 2 – Real-Time Trending: This section describes the Trend Pen element and explains trend symbols from the Situational Awareness Library.
Section 3 – Historical Trending: This section describes how to use the InSightApp ArchestrA App.
Section 4 – Historical Playback: This section describes how to configure and start the historical playback service, and how to implement historical playback in a ViewApp.
Module 8: Scripting in ArchestrA Graphics
Section 1 – Introduction: This section describes symbol scripts and action scripts.
Section 2 – Show Graphics: This section explains the ShowGraphic() and HideGraphic() script functions.
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