The ifm IIoT Controller is a powerful and flexible CODESYS-based controller that has been optimised with regard to digitalisation tasks. Thus, the device offers a large solution space for your IIoT tasks, whether you want to communicate with cloud systems such as AWS or Microsoft Azure or with on-premise servers via MQTT or OPC-UA. Moreover, the IIoT controller boasts a sophisticated IO-Link integration.
In our web seminar, we will demonstrate how the IIoT Controller can be used in different use cases, going into the key data of the device. Our team will also present some use cases that show how the IIoT Controller can improve automation processes in production.
The web seminar is aimed at automation engineers and PLC programmers who are interested in the latest developments in the field of industrial automation as well as people with interests in the field of digitalisation (I4.0, IIoT). To participate in the web seminar, basic PLC knowledge is an advantage, but not a prerequisite.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from our automation technology experts how the IIoT Controller can lead your business into the future.
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Daniel Zahn has been working in Product and System Support at the ifm group of companies since 2015. His tasks include advising customers worldwide on automation solutions. Prior to this, he was responsible for setting-up complex plants at customers' sites.
Ralf Kämper has been working for the ifm group of companies since 2005. His many years of professional experience in the field of automation technology provide an ideal basis for his today's activities. He is currently responsible for the area of “Industrial Communication” in Product Management. His responsibilities include the optimisation and further development of products such as industrial fieldbus gateways, control systems and edgeDevices.
Peter Jansen has been responsible for system support of industrial communication systems at ifm since 2009, including fieldbus systems such as Profinet and EtherNet/IP or also AS-Interface (AS-i). Since the beginning, he has also been responsible for IO-Link. His tasks include advising customers and colleagues worldwide on all matters relating to automation solutions. Due to his experience gained in his previous work as a software developer and OPC-DA / OPC-UA application consultant, he has extensive knowledge in the field of digitalisation (IIoT, Industrie 4.0).