HMI Programming & Design - FactoryTalk View ME SCADA PLC
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HMI Programming & Design - FactoryTalk View ME SCADA PLC

HMI Programming SCADA PLC Systems Design | Develop HMI PLC Applications in Factory Talk View ME
4.2 (384 ratings)
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2,196 students enrolled
Created by Vladimir Romanov
Last updated 11/2019
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This course includes
  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Create fully functional HMI Programs
  • Understand and apply HMI Development best practices to their designs.
Course content
Expand all 35 lectures 06:45:06
+ Core HMI Development Fundamentals
9 lectures 01:20:10
Section Introduction
Creating & Working with Displays
Working with Drawing Objects - Text Field, Images & Shapes
Numeric and String Displays & Objects
Display Navigation & Pop-Up Display Management
+ Building a Full HMI Application
7 lectures 01:32:08
Creating the Application & Display Navigation Menu
Designing the Main Screen
Designing the Main Screen Part 2 / 2
Integrating HMI Tags into the Project & Testing
Testing our Application on a Real HMI
Adding a Numeric Entry & Display Objects to our HMI PRogram
+ HMI Development Advanced Concepts
7 lectures 01:18:39
HMI Based Tags Overview & Tutorial
HMI Files & Extensions Management - .APA & .MER files
HMI User Permissions Part 2 / 2
HMI Parameter Files Overview & Example
HMI Using Multiple Images for State Display
HMI Alignment Tools & Object Positioning
+ HMI Development Project - Chemical Process | Tanks, Valves, Recipes & More
7 lectures 02:16:02
Initializing the Application & Creating the Navigation System
Building the Controls Pop-Up Screen
Animating the Main Screen Level Displays
Building the Recipe Screen
Finalizing the Main System Screen Faceplates
+ Bonus Content
2 lectures 01:11
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  • Basic computer skills
  • Basic mathematics
  • General understanding of control systems
  • (Optional) FactoryTalk View Studio OR any related HMI design software

The goal of this class is to equip you with the knowledge required to develop your own HMI applications on FactoryTalk View Studio and deploy them into Machine Edition (ME).

We will start by going over the core features of developing HMI applications. These features include connecting to the terminal, setting up communications to a live PLC, developing multiple displays as well as an array of features on top of these displays. The core section will cover absolutely everything you need to know in order to get started building your own stand alone applications.

In the subsequent sections of the class, we will be going over a simple project followed by advanced features of HMI development.

The final section (currently in development) will provide you with a larger project which will leverage the core as well as the advanced features covered in the previous sections.

What are the requirements for the class?

  • You don't need any hardware or software to follow the lectures, however, it is highly recommended to get some practice before going into an interview (if that's your goal). If that's not possible, I would advise spending some time working with an emulator.

What can I expect from this class?

  • The main objective of this course is to get you job-ready by the time you finish the last lecture.

  • You will have a good understanding of what an HMI does, how it does it as well as what the outcomes of those actions are.

  • You will be comfortable creating basic HMI screen layouts and troubleshoot complex existing ones.

  • You will have a better understanding of manufacturing systems as a whole.

What is the target audience for the class?

  • Electrical Engineers looking for a crash course on HMIs.

  • Electrical Technicians / Electricians looking to expand their knowledge into controls.

  • Software Engineers who are seeking to learn about controlling hardware.

  • Manufacturing Operators looking to progress in their career.

  • Anyone interested in how manufacturing processes are executed.

Who this course is for:
  • Manufacturing Technicians
  • Operators
  • Electricians
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Contractors working with HMI development
  • Integrators