Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training

Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training

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Introduction:

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Recent technical developments in the design and application of wireless technology have revolutionized the networks industry, and industrial applications are well suited to exploit these developments. The focus of this short Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training course is on the adaptation of these technologies to industrial applications, where the demands for high levels of robustness, security and reliability present unique challenges — and where the operational advantages are compelling.

Very little was assumed about background, other than the general technical knowledge base that active participants in the industry will have. The objective of the Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training course is to position students to appreciate how the TCP/IP Internet infrastructure is accessed and supported via emergent wireless data access networks.

Duration: 2-3 days

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• If you are familiar with some aspects of Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience/Target Group:

The Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training course is targeted toward technical personnel with a responsibility for specifying, designing, installing, testing and/or maintaining fieldbus and/or sensor networks. This will include managers, engineers, technicians and trades people with responsibility for instrumentation, process control, SCADA systems and production/operation.

Wireless Industrial and Scada Networks Training – Course Outline:

Introduction

•Categories and Summary Features of Developing Wireless Technologies
•Data Service Requirements of Industrial Applications
•Reliability, Robustness and Security
•Advantages of Wireless in Industrial Service

Privately Owned and Leased Services

•Trends Toward Private Ownership
•Overview Features of Wireless LAN and Wireless MAN Technologies
•Point-to-Point Technologies – Regulatory Issues
•Mobile/Cellular Data Services

Elements of Radio Propagation

•Characteristics of Different Frequency Bands
•Characteristics of Radio Links
•Line-of-Sight and Non-Line-of-Sight Coverage
•Achieving Appropriate Reliability
•Bandwidth Utilization and Channel Sharing

(iv) Channel Sharing Topics

•Efficient Spectrum Use is a High Priority
•Multiplexing and Multiple Access
•Time Division Multiple Access
•Frequency Division Multiple Access
•Code Division Multiple Access

(v) Wireless LANs

•The IEEE 802.11 Series of Standards
•Principles of WLAN Design and Operation
•Security Challenges That Have Impaired Acceptance
•Wireless Sensor Networks: ZigBee

Emerging Area-Wide Solutions

•WiMax (IEEE 802.16) Technology: Developed for the Consumer Market
•Configuration Models for Industrial Service
•Technical Features and Design Issues
•IEEE 802.20 Developments
•Configuration Models for Industrial Applications

Public Packet Data Services

•2G Services: GPRS and EDGE Technology Features
•3G Data Services With UMTS
•Cost and Reliability Features of This Class of Service
•Configuration Models Suitable to SCADA and Industrial Service

Private Point-to-Point Systems

•Traditional Private Solutions
•Licensing and Regulatory Issues
•Trend Toward Unlicensed Technology
•Configuration Models for Industrial Applications

Wireless Security Issues

•Open-air Wireless Vulnerabilities
•Wireless LAN Security; Problems and Solutions
•Authentication Measures – Controlling Access
•Link Encryption and VPNs

Recent Developments in Wireless

•Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
•MIMO and Non-Line-of-Sight Services
•Managing the Effective Use of Unlicensed Spectrum
•Applying These Initiatives to SCADA and Industrial Service

Appendices

•Glossary of Terminology
•Suggestions For Further Reading

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