Program Guide August 24-25, 2016 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Mid-America Center 1 Arena Way Council Bluffs, IA 51501
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JOIN US Welcome to the Rockwell Automation on the Move event. This two-day event allows you to discover new manufacturing solutions through technical sessions and hands-on labs. With solutions for end users, equipment builders, system integrators and more, this event is a great educational opportunity for you and your company. At this year’s event you will discover The Connected Enterprise through linking intelligent assets and optimizing industrial operations to make you more globally competitive and productive.
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45-minute technical sessions. Hear from industry experts discussing ways to modernize your operations and streamline processes.
90-minute labs that allow you to work hands on with Rockwell Automation products
With industry application and technology leaders
EARN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDH) Attend classes to get certificates of completion
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Hands-on Labs WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24 Room A-1
7:00 AM 8:00 AM
L18 – Studio 5000® and Logix Basics Lab
L05 – PowerFlex Drives Configuration and Programming
L20 – Solve Your Application Challenges with New Sensing Solutions
L19 – Studio 5000 and Logix Advanced Lab
L14 – Speed Integration with CENTERLINE® MCCs, Rockwell Software® Studio 5000 and IntelliCENTER® Software
CT271 – Industrial Generation: WAGES, Key Performance Indicators and Optimization of Boiler/Steam Systems
T87 – Building a Stronger Business with a “Connected” Workforce
T151 – Cut Cabling Costs with Wireless I/O Solutions
CT277 – Out of the Box: Using the PlantPAx Standard to Upgrade a Hard-to-Maintain Custom Batch Control System
CT276 – Smart Machines: Streamlining Integration, Productivity and Troubleshooting on the Plant Floor
T39 – Help Reduce up to 70% of Your Unscheduled Downtime and Get Visible Results
T88 – Secure Network Architectures for The Connected Enterprise
T14 – What's New in Visualization
T61 – Machinery Safety Control Selection: Relays to Integrated Control
T99 – Review of Power Control Harmonics, Power Factor, Distortion and Displacement
T42 - Safety over EtherNet/IP with Compact GuardLogix, Kinetix and PowerFlex Drives
CT273 – Cisco IoT Security Implications in Manufacturing
T159 – OPC UA for ControlLogix
3:00 PM 3:30 PM
Visit Show Floor CT272 – PowerFlex and Kinetix : Capabilities Beyond Speed and Torque Control
4:30 PM T111 – Liquid Analysis Done Right – Save 50% in Maintenance Time
T44 – Leverage Process and Motor Control Technology to Monitor and Extend Mechanical Equipment Life
T11 – What’s New in Studio 5000
T124 – Electrical Safety by Design
T20 – Mobility and Portability with Today’s Rockwell Software
T97 – OptiSIS Process Safety Instrumented System
T140 – Simplifying Infrastructure for the Connected Enterprise
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Hands-on Labs L01 – Developing Safety Applications Using the GuardLogix Integrated Safety Controller Platform : In this lab, you’ll learn how to use GuardLogix Integrated Safety Systems to support intermediate level to complex safety applications using a single controller and programming environment for safety, discrete, motion, and drive functions, and with seamless connectivity to plant-wide information systems. L02 – Applying Basic EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plant-wide Ethernet Architectures: EtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab will cover a variety of techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP. This lab will provide Stratix 5700™ and Stratix 8000™ hardware familiarization; configure the Stratix 5700 using Device Manager; configure the Stratix 8000 using the Add-On Instruction and controller tags in Studio 5000; and Stratix™ FactoryTalk View faceplates for diagnostics. L03 – Applying Advanced EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plant-wide Ethernet Architectures: EtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information sharing and convergence of industrial and nonindustrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab will cover a variety of techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP. It will also demonstrate Network Address Translation (NAT) in Layer 2 and Layer 3 architectures, VLAN segmentation and connected routing. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts is recommended. L05 – PowerFlex Drives Configuration and Programming: Learn how to quickly and easily configure PowerFlex AC drives. From the built-in human interface module, to Connected Components Workbench™ software or the Rockwell Software Studio 5000 Logix Designer, we provide you with powerful, intuitive tools to help enhance your user experience and reduce your development time so you can deliver machines faster and more efficiently. Finally see how automatic device configuration can help save valuable time to get your machines back on line faster. L06 – Creating Safety Applications with Guardmaster 440C-CR30 Software: Learn how easily you can trend and report on Logix data with automatic integration with FactoryTalk Historian and VantagePoint. See the power of Manufacturing Intelligence in a Connected Enterprise that can be accessed from any mobile device. L07 – Sensors for Your Architecture with IO-Link: In this session, we will introduce smart Allen-Bradley® sensors with IO-Link technology that help enable The Connected Enterprise and provide seamless visibility of data by leveraging the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture. Attendees will experiment with these new Allen-Bradley sensing technologies and find out how they can use IO-Link specific features to solve sample applications.
L08 – Tools That Simplify Product Sizing and Selection: Develop basic competency in using Integrated Architecture Builder (IAB), Motion Analyzer (MA) and ProposalWorks (PW) to develop valid bills of material for projects and output reports. Attendees will learn how to configure systems in IAB, size a drive in MA and assemble a proposal/quote in ProposalWorks. L09 – Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: Learn how to configure, program and commission a CompactLogix 5370 controller with integrated motion on EtherNet/IP using the new Kinetix 5500 servo drives and PowerFlex 527 variable frequency drives. L10 – PlantPAx MPC: Optimization in the Logix Controller for Easy Deployment: The operational benefits realized from Model Predictive Control (MPC) are generally well understood. However, MPC can also have a significant impact on the effectiveness of plant resources from operation managers and process engineers to plant operators. This lab will familiarize users with the Rockwell Automation server- and controller-based MPC solutions, which help to improve overall production line operations, including the implications for plant personnel. L11 – Building Applications with FactoryTalk View SE and FactoryTalk ViewPoint: If you are new to FactoryTalk View Site Edition, or need a refresher on basics, this hands-on lab allows you to pick and choose from subjects related the basic building blocks for a FactoryTalk Site Edition application. Topics include screen creation, setting up data logs and trending, alarm setup and configuration, and an introduction to the new HTML 5 version of FactoryTalk ViewPoint. L12 – Basic PLC Programming with Micro800 Controllers: This introductory lab will cover the basic capabilities and programming of micro Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). In this lab you will learn how to program the Micro800 PLC to control PowerFlex drive and configure PanelView 800 HMI with the latest Connected Components Workbench software 8.01. L13 – Advanced PLC Programming for Micro800 Controllers and PanelView 800 Graphic Terminals: Learn how to use Connected Components Workbench software and Connected Components Accelerator Toolkit Building Blocks to apply the cost-effective Micro850 Controller and PanelView 800 Graphic Terminal in a simple labeling machine application. You will also learn how to use the advanced features of the Connected Components Workbench software Developer Edition such as the run mode change, user-defined data types, spy lists, archive manager and intellectual property protection. L14 – Speed Integration with Ethernet-enabled CENTERLINE MCCs, Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and IntelliCENTER Software: Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers (MCCs) with EtherNet/IP and their associated components – PowerFlex drives and E300 overload relays. Streamline your workflow by leveraging the simplified integration of IntelliCENTER software and Studio 5000 Logix Designer to simplify device configuration and reduce commissioning time and errors.
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Hands-on Labs L16 – FactoryTalk View Machine Edition and PanelView Plus: Features for Improving Efficiency: This hands-on lab highlights some of the efficiency features in FactoryTalk View Machine Edition and the PanelView Plus 7 Performance terminal. Topics include simple recipe management, remote access, global objects, using parameters, testing and running the application, and language switching. See how features like a PDF viewer, Runtime User Management and more, can help you to get more work done in less time. L17 – Studio 5000 View Designer featured on the PanelView 5000: Learn how to increase productivity with the new Studio 5000 View Designer software and PanelView 5500. This lab will introduce you to topics such as setting up a project, creating screens, animating graphic elements, setting up navigation, setting up basic security and downloading to a terminal. L18 – Studio 5000 and Logix Basics Lab: Are you new to Logix programming or want a quick refresher on the basics? This session will provide an overview of the core capabilities offered in Studio 5000 and highlight the importance of good design practices. Mastering these fundamentals will ensure a good design and prepare you for the advanced session. L19 – Studio 5000 and Logix Advanced Lab: So you’ve got the basics, now let’s take it to the next level with this advanced Studio 5000 and Logix session. This pick and choose lab will allow you to explore topics of interest and quickly see how capabilities add the most value to your design. By the end of this session, you will be on your way to becoming an expert. L20 – Solve Your Application Challenges with New Sensing Solutions: In this session attendees will use the latest Allen-Bradley sensing technologies to solve a variety of challenging applications. We will also introduce Rockwell Automation’s below Ethernet strategy which utilizes IO-Link enabled technology to provide seamless visibility of field devices through Integrated Architecture by Rockwell Automation. Hands-on Labs include: • Background Suppression: Detect dark targets on light background • Clear Object Detection: Sense a clear label on a bottle and detect clear films • Registration Control: Detect different color marks on various backgrounds • True Color Recognition: Differentiate between colors (e.g. sorting green objects from blue objects) • Distance Measurement: Using long distance laser measurement and ultrasonic sensing for tension control • Small Object Detection: Apply fork sensors and fiber optics L21 – Keep Your Logix Code Safe Using FactoryTalk AssetCentre: This hands-on lab will demonstrate key FactoryTalk AssetCentre features including version control, audit information, reporting and automated backup and recovery of programs for Rockwell Automation devices, including Logix controllers. Also, learn about the new Custom Compare Engines and Database Management tools. See a “day in the life” that showcases the capabilities from an operator's perspective.
L22 – Integrated Control and Information Lab: Learn how easily you can trend and report on Logix data with automatic integration with FactoryTalk Historian and VantagePoint. See the power of Manufacturing Intelligence in a Connected Enterprise that can be accessed from any mobile device. L25 – PlantPAx Process Application Development Lab I: This lab will familiarize the user with the steps necessary to start development of a PlantPAx DCS using Studio 5000 Architect™ and the Rockwell Automation Library of Process Objects. The user will define system controllers and servers and configure a control application with pre-defined library objects for common functions helping to reduce engineering time. The student starts with Templates that are included in the library for both controller applications and HMI applications to provide a consistent starting point for system implementation. T08 – Modernize Your Control System: Rockwell Automation provides many tools to help users migrate their applications to newer control platforms. This lab will demonstrate how to convert their applications to a CompactLogix™ system. Several scenarios will be discussed including PLC-5, SLC,™ PanelView migrations. T11 – What’s New in Studio 5000: Attend this session to learn about Rockwell Software Studio 5000, our new automation engineering and design environment. The session will cover what Studio 5000 is, where it is going, and how it can help reduce your engineering time, reduce risk, and increase your productivity. T14 – What’s New in Visualization: Discover new solutions that help improve productivity by expanding connectivity, and enhancing design and maintenance tools. From machine-based operator interfaces to highly-networked systems, this session will focus on what's new with the Rockwell Automation HMI and visualization hardware and software portfolio. T16 – The Connected Enterprise: Integrating Control and Information to Increase Productivity: Integration of control and information on the manufacturing floor will be essential to remaining competitive. This session will demonstrate how enterprise manufacturing intelligence helps translate data from the plant floor into actionable information for decision makers at all levels of the business and enterprise. FactoryTalk information software connects disparate data sources for analysis and comparison by using reports, dashboards and graphics. This information helps manufacturers make measurable improvements to their processes and drive operational excellence.
Technical Sessions T20 – Mobility and Portability with Today’s Rockwell Software: Bring your own device to work? Need to support mobile workers? Modern production and operations management solutions require various forms of access to their manufacturing intelligence systems, including mobile devices and web clients. In this session, see how Rockwell Software products help accomplish these goals with access to FactoryTalk View SE, FactoryTalk VantagePoint® EMI and eventing on any mobile platform. T24 – New Security Features Help to Reduce Risk in Your Industrial Control System: Learn how you can help reduce risk and enhance protection of your industrial control system against security threats. Discussion and demonstration will focus on practical recommendations for installing, commissioning and improving the security of an Integrated Architecture including new capabilities in Stratix security appliances and Logix controllers, and how to use FactoryTalk security to control user access to key assets and information. T39 – Help Reduce up to 70% of Your Unscheduled Downtime and Get Visible Results: This presentation will focus on the role that Power Quality plays in causing manufacturing downtime and how you can identify your own susceptibility. Find out how Power Quality data reveals the mitigating solutions possible and provides an accurate means of measuring your Return on Investment. T42 – Safety over EtherNet/IP with Compact GuardLogix, Kinetix and PowerFlex Drives: Discover the advantage of adding safety over the network for motion control applications. See the new Compact GuardLogix and how safety over EtherNet/IP applies Safe Torque-Off to your application and meets required safety ratings. T55 – Introduction to Migrating Your Legacy DCS System: Is your legacy DCS hampering your efforts to meet today’s demands? This session explores the advantages of migrating to a modern DCS. You’ll learn about the multitude of tools – scanners, cables, code conversion, wiring harnesses – available from Rockwell Automation. From justification to implementation and optimization, Rockwell Automation can help you throughout the lifecycle of your migration. T61 – Machinery Safety Control Selection: Relays to Integrated Control: Machinery control and safety applications range from simple to complex. Learn how to select the right safety logic system to help create a safer, sustainable, more productive, and cost-effective machine. Rockwell Automation experts will explore the pros and cons of different safety logic systems – from relays to integrated safety controllers – to help you make the right choice. T71 – ANSI RIA R15.06: Robot and Robot System Safety: ANSI RIA R15.06 - 2012 is the new robot system safety standard and the “old“ 1999 R15.06 will no longer be valid for use as of the end of 2014. This session will outline the new standard and how it differs from the previous.
T86 – Introduction to Virtualization for Manufacturing Environments: Many manufacturers understand the benefits a virtual infrastructure can bring to the production environment, but don't know where to start. This session covers the use of virtualization in the manufacturing segment, considerations for implementing a virtualized solution and the set of virtualized templates offered by Rockwell Automation designed to help simplify the transition. We’ll provide a demonstration of virtualization technology and show you how to build an agile, efficient infrastructure with virtualization and deploy highly available applications. T87 – Building a Stronger Business with a “Connected” Workforce: Prepare for the convergence of Operations Technology and Information Technology fueled by the Industrial Internet of Things. Bridge these traditional disciplines to enable harmonized skillsets, increased analytical knowledge, and a workforce empowered to make valuable business decisions. This session covers the benefits of developing and certifying industrial networking skills and how to achieve professional success. T88 – Secure Network Architectures for The Connected Enterprise: Optimization of your Connected Enterprise requires a network architecture that is scalable, robust, secure and future-ready. Learn about the architectural security framework and solutions developed by Rockwell Automation and our partners to help improve the availability, integrity and confidentiality of the network architecture. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts is recommended. T99 – Review of Power Control Harmonics, Power Factor, Distortion and Displacement: This session will review harmonics in power systems caused by adjustable speed drives, current vectors, total power factor, distortion and displacement power factor and their affect on the kW billed by the utility. It will also provide a comparison of various harmonic mitigation techniques used with adjustable speed drives, with a focus on how they also affect the power distribution system to which they are connected, including generator supplies. T101 – Integrated Architecture with ThinManager: Providing a Path to Your Plant’s Thin Client Future Sources: Discover how ACP’s ThinManager can improve your FactoryTalk View SE and/or PlantPAx System deployments. ThinManager provides centralized management of the content deployed to your thin clients and the thin clients themselves. With ThinManager’s legendary ease-of-use plant floor nirvana has never been so within reach! T111 – Liquid Analysis Done Right – Save 50% in Maintenance Time: Process uptime for your plant is a major concern. Maintaining analytical sensors at peak performance is critical. Fast turn-around during calibration and cleaning is essential. Operating sensors that supply false information is costly. This presentation/paper explores the use of digital analytical sensors with unique capabilities to maintain uptime and accuracy.
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Technical Sessions T124 – Electrical Safety by Design: NFPA 70E brings safety-by-design of electrical equipment into better focus by reducing workers exposure to voltage for routine maintenance tasks. Thru-panel PESD solutions such as zero voltage verification and large sized infrared windows are examples of designed-in safety that increases equipment reliability and productivity of maintenance tasks. T126 – Productivity and Process Weighing Solutions: Why attend? Learn how to win. Hidden productivity thieves constantly rob manufacturing processes. Know where? On average seven weight measurements are taken to process a product. Know when? Weight is a “king” process parameter. We discuss: The power of simplicity, EtherNet/IPenabled solutions, our Rockwell Automation partnership. You get the “new normal.” T139 – Seeing is Believing – Real-Time Physical Network Visualization: This session will cover the challenges associated with managing a physical network on the plant floor and introduce a new software platform that will help. Never before has it been so straight forward to understand bandwidth troubleshoot device connections and map logical system layouts to their physical location. T151 – Cut Cabling Costs with Wireless I/O Solutions: Permitting, trenching, conduit, wire trays – sometimes the cost of connecting remote devices to your automation system outweighs the benefit. Wireless I/O solutions eliminate many costs of connectivity, without the hassle of programming or mapping data. Find out about this simple, cost-effective option for reaching even your toughest locations. T157 – Securing Communications for SCADA and Critical Industrial Systems: Threats against automation and communications networks are increasing and can result in unauthorized access and espionage. Access to the devices in these networks must be secured or critical equipment and information face the risk of compromise. Learn how to mitigate these threats with the application of countermeasures and new technologies. T158 – Ethernet Cable Certification: Ethernet cable certification is increasingly important for industrial installations both for Ethernet TCP/IP communications as well as factory communications using EtherNet/IP. Technology trends and specific standards driving the need for certification will be covered. Actual test output from Softing’s WireXpert cable certifier will be shown. CT270 – Power Generation: Utilities Meeting the Challenges of an Uncertain Environment: The power generation industry in North America continues to face unprecedented challenges in the face of coal plant retirements in order to meet the needs of its consumers – increased regulations, aging plants and assets and profitability pressures. Join this session for an overview of industry trends and learn how Rockwell Automation is helping customers reduce the operating costs and risk associated with obsolescence, security and aging facilities.
CT271 – Industrial Generation: WAGES, Key Performance Indicators and Optimization of Boiler/Steam Systems: This presentation will cover KPIs for boiler/steam systems as well as best practices in monitoring these KPIs with proven measurement techniques. Learn to identify opportunities for industrial boiler performance improvement. CT272 – PowerFlex and Kinetix : Capabilities Beyond Speed and Torque Control: In this session you will learn the value of these versatile portfolios, the capabilities beyond speed and torque control and how these portfolios can help make sure you are running as productively as possible. CT273 – Cisco IoT Security Implications in Manufacturing: The Internet of Things can offer tremendous advantages for manufacturers including improved OEE, faster time to market, lower total cost of ownership, and better supply chain visibility for decisions; however, opening up all this data can also expose you to security threats from both the outside world and from inside your own company. This presentation discusses the advantages of IoT, and the history that got us to where we are today. This session reviews practical security recommendations applicable from the shop floor to the cloud, including: validated architectures, a defense-in-depth strategy, security appliances, software, services and other solutions to make your business stronger and more secure. CT274 – Smart Machines in The Connected Enterprise: Overview of what The Connected Enterprise is and how OEMs can add value to the customers by providing smart machines and equipment. Intended audience is OEM technical and commercial resources. CT275 – Smart Machines: Leveraging Information-Enabled Devices: Demonstration of “things” that enable the Internet of Things (IoT). Information-enabled devices including I/O link sensors, safety products, VFDs, etc. Intended audience is OEM technical and commercial resources. CT276 – Smart Machines: Streamlining Integration, Productivity and Troubleshooting on the Plant Floor: Review of tools developed by Rockwell Automation for ease of machine integration, value of productivity gains though availability and analysis of machine data, and advance troubleshooting to minimize downtime on the plant floor. Intended audience is OEM technical and commercial resources. CT277 – Out of the Box: Using the PlantPAx Standard to Upgrade a Hard-to-Maintain Custom Batch Control System: A leading global manufacturer had an existing batch control system developed with custom hardware and software that constantly required maintenance and attention from the operators. Matrix Technologies, Inc., a Solution Partner for Rockwell Automation, was able to provide an “off-the-shelf” solution using the PlantPAx standard on a Rockwell Automation hardware platform that not only reduced nuisance alarming and maintenance requirements, it also improved production quality and electronic records keeping. The resulting system was a more robust, scalable, maintainable batch control system with better insight into the process for the manufacturer. 11
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