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ODVA opens registration for EtherNet/IP training course

01 June 2010

ODVA is calling on product engineers and managers, with responsibility for turning commercial products specs into engineering specs, to attend its EtherNet/IP Quick Start for Vendors training course. The event will be held in Paris on June 30, 2010.

The course, conducted in French, with presentation materials in English, will provide a technical overview of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) and EtherNet/IP, including information on OSI, object model, object class, device profile, messaging, I/O connection types, and EDS files.

Speakers will go on to cover recent EtherNet/IP enhancements, including an overview of quality of service, device level ring, and CIP Sync, and a discussion on how to get started with EtherNet/IP development. This will incorporate an overview of the steps to become an official EtherNet/IP vendor, and recommendations for new developers about how to read The EtherNet/IP Specification.

Attendees will learn how to understand their EtherNet/IP product’s functional requirements, how to choose an implementation approach and EtherNet/IP product design considerations.

Testing of EtherNet/IP products will be discussed with relation to EDS files, functional testing considerations, conformance testing, and interoperability testing.

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