Integrated Visualisation Management (IVM) Developer Training Course
|16 September 2019 - 20 September 2019||Lagos||$ 6,500||Register →|
|15 December 2019 - 19 December 2019||Dubai||$ 6,500||Register →|
This training class is intended for IVM users to learn how to configure, modify and maintain IVM systems. While there will be some discussion of the end-user functionality that IVM provides, the focus of this course is on the configuration, modification and maintenance of an IVM system, rather than the use of IVM to visualise, perform surveillance or analyse data.
Knowledge of interacting with historians and databases as well as the design of graphical interfaces will aid with understanding many parts of the course.
- Develop an understanding of the structure of an IVM system
- Discover how IVM identifies pieces of data and how to bring data from external sources into IVM
- Provide visualisation of data for users to promote understanding of their field
- Learn about IVM devices, points, screens, objects, scripting and reports
- See how alarms are configured and managed to enable management-by-exception
- Leverage the IFM equipment data model to facilitate faster system configuration as well as the use of IFM workflow results in IVM and the integration with Model Catalogue
- Develop a basic understanding of some of the administrative tasks to see the impact of certain decisions when designing an IVM system.
The course is divided into four days which will provide enough information to make basic changes to an IVM system and maintain it for the future. As new topics are introduced, there are exercises aimed at reinforcing the concepts and providing an opportunity for hands-on learning of the material.
Introduction to IVM. Overview of the IVM system used for this training class. How IVM collects and displays information. Relationship between devices, points and screens. IVM objects and scripting.
Obtain data from a historian or database. Modification of graphical screens and how to leverage templates to promote consistency. Navigation between graphical screens.
Leverage IFM’s data model to retrieve IFM workflow results, create screens and display items from Model Catalogue. Understand how alarms are configured and managed. Configuration of filters in IVM to transform data for specific uses. IVM management and maintenance activities vital for long-term performance and evolution of the system.
IVM user management and privileges. Introduction to IVM reports to aggregate and display information in a variety of ways. Review of concepts learned.