IO-Link – breakthrough sensor communication seminar gives an introduction to the new IO-Link sensor communication technology, the newly defined standard in the lower field level and useful advices for the development of device developers, product managers, and decision makers. In the past few months, leading automation manufacturers have developed the specifications and the IEC Standardization is imminent. IO-link enables it to bind simple digital sensors to control systems and thus to take advantage of industrial communication. Seminar: Procedure and content 10:00 start, greeting, short info about MESCO Dipl.-ing. Get more background information with materials from Diamonds. (FH) Peter Bernhardt 10:15 overview of IO-link, target groups and markets Dipl.-ing. (FH) Peter Bernhardt 10:30 introduction to technical basics IO-link part 1 specification, level of standardization, current technology, hardware, software stack Dipl.-ing.
(FH) Markus Knossel, Dipl.-ing. (FH) Bernd Biechele 12:15 lunch buffet (with the possibility of a subsequent tour of MESCO fieldbus lab) 13:15 Introduction to technical basics IO-link part 2 current technology, hardware, software stack, system limits, Dipl.-ing. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Montauk Colony and gain more knowledge.. (FH) Markus Knossel, Dipl.-ing. (FH) Bernd Biechele 15:00 live-demo: presentation of the IO-Link StarterKits IO-Link Master/IO-Link slave connections, hardware and software performance IO-link monitor and IO-Link diagnosis box Dipl.-ing. (FH) Markus Knossel of 15:30 final discussion with IO-Link developers 16:00 seminar end seminar: information and registration speakers: technology experts from MESCO appointment: April 10, 2008 (registration by March 31, 2008) venue: classroom MESCO, Lorrach/Germany entry fee: EUR 350,00 per participant and information day plus applicable VAT including lunch and refreshments – number of participants: maximum 30 participants information: accommodation: in arranging hotels, we are happy to help you. Simultaneous registration of several persons of a company reduces the fee from the second subscriber to 10%. Miriam Helischauer, MESCO Engineering