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ifm webinar on 08.12.2022
Dynamic QR codes for control systems - simple diagnostic options for mobile machines

Web seminar
Available dates
Location

Online, via Teams

Participation fee

Free of charge

Language

English

Industry

Mobile machines

Optimize the availability of mobile machines

You never know what the next job will entail. But you can make sure that your mobile machines are ideally equipped for every challenge. For example, the machine availability of construction, agricultural and forestry machines, municipal vehicles and mobile machines for transport and logistics can be easily increased by means of dynamically generated QR codes.

This webinar provides detailed information on use cases which benefit from the adoption of dynamic QR codes. In a live test, it also conveys information on how to programme these QR codes yourself. Even without internet connection, diagnostic data from the machine can be read quickly and easily via smartphone, for example, or operating manuals and service contacts can be selected.

This event targets technical developers, application engineers and anyone else interested in diagnostic options for mobile machines. Prior knowledge of programming with CODESYS is desirable.

Sounds fascinating? Then register now free of charge!

Speaker

Florian König

looks back on more than 10 years of experience in the automation industry. After starting in the packaging industry with a focus on motion control and fast real-time communication, the focus of his academic career was on Industrial IoT and machine-to-machine integration in control systems. He has been part of the ifm mobile machines team since 2018 and is currently product manager for robust HMIs. He knows the special requirements for displays and machine interfaces used in mobile machines and uses this knowledge to offer tailor-made display solutions to customers.

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Johannes Nierlich

has been with the ifm group of companies since his training as an electronics technician for automation technology in 2012. Upon completing the upgrading training to become a state-certified engineer in 2019, he joined the ifm mobile machinery team. In his product support role dealing with robust HMIs, he is very familiar with the daily challenges customers and colleagues have to face.

Any questions?

Simply contact our service team, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Available dates
Location

Online, via Teams

Participation fee

Free of charge

Language

English

Industry

Mobile machines

1st time slot starts at

10:00 o'clock CET (Central European Time)
07:00 p.m. AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

2nd time slot starts at

15:00 o'clock CET (Central European Time)
00:00 a.m. AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)