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Monday 25 September

08.30-10.30

Honeywell Thermal Solutions Fuel Delivery Systems

 

This workshop is recommended for Authorized Channel Partners and End Users. This workshop will provide an overview of fuel delivery solutions for combustion processes including standards, functionality, selection, and skid solutions.

08.30-10.30

A Pragmatic Introduction to OPC UA and Classic OPC

 

Learn how you can use OPC to design secure, reliable data connectivity architectures. This course offers a pragmatic overview of essential OPC concepts backed with live demonstrations. Topics covered include: a Classic OPC and OPC Unified Architecture specification overview, key differences between these specifications from a data sharing and security perspective, and practical steps to successfully migrate/blend OPC Classic and OPC UA architectures in a phased manner.

08.30-10.30 Migration Fail Safe Controller (FSC) to Safety Manager
  Attend this workshop to understand how the migration from FSC to Safety Manager will help you to comply to latest safety and cyber security requirements while protecting your investment and intellectual property by adapting latest safety system technologies and functionalities.
08.30-10.00 Control with an Edge – ControlEdge™ Architecture and System Design for IIoT Ready Control Solutions
  In this 2-hour workshop, a team of Honeywell specialists will explore architecture and capabilities of the ControlEdge™ family. Scope of coverage includes PLC, HC900 Safety (SIL 2), and RTU class control systems and how they can be used as a superhighway to the cloud for a true sensor to boardroom experience.
08.30-10.00 Experion Virtualization Solutions
  This will include: A look into the basics of virtualization technology and VMware’s ESXi hypervisor. The Experion virtualization reference architecture and a comparison of virtualized and non-virtualized system design. An introduction to the Next Generation Premium Platform for Experion Virtualization Solutions.
08.30-10.30 Defining the next Generation Software Maintenance Program
  Honeywell is creating a single, scalable software program designed around the needs of a connected plant. In this session, we will explore where we are going with the future of software maintenance. Collaborate with us on this next generation program.

11.00-13.00

Honeywell Thermal Solutions Burner Management Systems: SLATE, IFM, 7800/BCU

 

This workshop is recommended for Authorized Channel Partners and End Users. In this workshop, the Honeywell Thermal Solutions team will review advanced burner management solutions providing insight for flexible configurable safety systems, advanced fuel air ratio control enhancing system efficiency and emissions control, flame detection systems and safety limit operation in a SIL 3 capable platform.

11.00-13.00 Safety Manager best Maintenance Practices
  The workshop will include: a general introduction to Safety Manager, Safety Manager architecture, Safety Manager Diagnostic capability, Safety Engineering and maintenance tools, Functions & Features, • Maintenance (live demo) including:
Modify applications online (TUV approved), Annual maintenance, Simulation and will show: Safety Manager troubleshooting (live demo) to Understand alarms and diagnostics and fix it will show Open loops, Processor/communication boards and IO modules.
11.00-13.00 The Connected Plant and You
  Attend this workshop to jumpstart your IIOT initiatives! Get a glimpse of industrial use cases and watch us deep dive into an end-to-end  scenario etc.
11.00-13.00 Terminal Management from Tanks to Trucks: Applicability of Guided Wave Radar for Terminals Opportunities and Key Updates
  Integration of your tank information into your terminal management processes is key to understanding the operations of your terminal. Knowing your inventory and capacity versus expected pickups and deliveries helps you make better decisions without having to turn away product or transportation. Being able to instantly do gain/loss analysis is invaluable to your ability to understand where loss is taking place. Learn how Honeywell’s Terminal Manager software suite solves todays problems!
11.00-13.00 How to implement the new “R500” features on projects in compliance with the industry standards. (ISA, ISO, EMUA, …)
  How display version control can be use as part of ISA 101 compliant display implementation.( we can revert to Cloud-based engineering, virtualisation and how display version control / display repository can help to manage your displays versions between the different projects phases e.g. move from the engineering cloud (VEP) to the (virtual) project systems.
How to use and implement Experion Limit Integration as part of the high performance HMI and new trends How the Orion console and collaboration station can be used to integrate different applications (Safety Manager, Dynamo Alarm Help, Operator monitoring, DVM, mobile devices ..
- How to implement effective (one finger tip) navigation to different applications using the Orion Operator Touch panel

14.00-15.00

Honeywell Thermal Solutions* Honeywell Engineered to Order

 

*Channel Partners and customers are welcome to join this workshop. Honeywell Thermal Solutions offers an array of combustion subject matter experts providing a complete array of safety system audit services, break fix repair operations and commissioning and start – up services. The Honeywell Thermal Solutions team will review our full service offering during this workshop.

14.00-16.00 Under Pressure – Practical Midstream Gas Measurement
  In this 2 hours workshop, a team of Honeywell specialists will discuss the key challenges introduced by the changes in gas composition and transport in the last years and the impact this has on gas measurement. Using state-of-the art metering and gas quality device, Honeywell will demonstrate live how our newest generation of IIOT enabled devices address these challenges and help reduce risk and associated costs.
14.00-16.00 Best Practices for Securing Process Control Networks
  The training / workshop discusses the many different ways available to evaluate cyber security, what answers each evaluation method provides, which evaluation methods are used today, and when in the life cycle of a process control system these evaluations are relevant. Subjects covered are: Threat profiling, Criticality assessment, Security hazop, Security audit, Security assessment, Validation / penetration testing, and the differences for evaluating brown field or green field systems.

Examples are provided for each evaluation method and the traps to avoid for a specific method. The training / workshop will provide various (de-sensitized) cases from the Honeywell ICS security team’s practice. Cases that show what to expect, how to avoid disappointments, and what value they provide.
14.00-16.00 Alarm Management: A Practical Workshop to Success
  Alarm Management is required practice in many of today’s process plants. Its outcomes drive better safety, reduced operator error, and improved plant performance. But where should you start? What steps should you take to ensure success and a fast return on your investment? Join this technical workshop to hear first-hand from Honeywell’s experienced DynAMo® Alarm Management project teams as they guide you through the process, outlining the key steps to alarm management success – including philosophies, software, quick wins and rationalization. Share in their practical experience on what it takes to deliver successful alarm management programs in the real world.
14.00-16.00 TRAINING - Evolving TPS to Experion with EHPM and ELCN
  Incorporating EHPM and ELCN into your upgrade plans to Experion enables continuous evolution to new technology while retaining your core intellectual property as a firm foundation. This class will give insight into starting a migration plan and highlight virtual methodologies to retain expertise.
14.00-16.00 Simulation-Based Learning Deployment with UniSim® Competency Suite
  Across the process industries, operator competency directly impacts safe, reliable and profitable process operations. Our culture of continuous improvement and rapidly evolving technology places new demands for increasingly skilled and knowledgeable operators. Simulation training is an effective tool to meet such challenges, but even the best tools will not provide desired outcomes if the delivery falls short. Join this workshop to learn how to effectively leverage tools and techniques to deploy simulation-based learning for skills and knowledge development.

15.00-16.00

Honeywell Thermal Solutions* Honeywell Thermal Transfer (Burners)

 

*Channel Partners and customers are welcome to join this workshop. The workshop is designed to provide an overview of the applications in which HTS burner solutions are typically installed and the burners typically utilized in those particular applications.

Wednesday 27 September

16.10-17.45 Workshop - Deploying a Wireless Network
  Channel Partners and customers are welcome to join this workshop. Featuring Honeywell’s OneWireless Multiprotocol network, the workshop will illustrate the simple steps to setup a wireless network to support ISA100 Wireless, WirelessHART and Wi-Fi instruments. The workshop will also include the ease of integration with Experion and FDM.

Thursday 28 September

13.00-15.00 Control Loop Performance: Keeping Assets at Peak Performance
  Control assets are the foundation of plant performance, and 75% of your physical assets are under process control. Control engineers are busy, and without a monitoring system, they can only react. Most companies have the same challenge, and Honeywell’s Control Performance Monitor (CPM) can help overcome that challenge. Join this technical workshop to learn from our expert on how to use CPM to cut overall variability in half, remove control-induced cycles, and significantly reduce valve travel and wear, which will help your plant realize benefits from throughput gains of 1 to 5%, energy savings of 1 to 10% and maintenance cost reduction of 1 to 10%. Our expert will guide you through this complete solution of regulatory loop monitoring, APC monitoring and tuning applications -- all bundled in one consolidated environment.
13.00-15.00 Using LEAP and Automated Device Commissioning in Experion PKS R500
  LEAP™ and Automated Device Commissioning (ADC) deliver new methods to reduce steps and eliminate rework during the device discovery process. This training session will introduce the underlying concepts that lead to ADC and show how the ADC process works. Topics include developing the underlying components, such as configuration templates and test reports, that are used with ADC, ultimately leading to running through the entire process on a Universal Cabinet.
13.00-15.00 Alarm Management: A Practical Workshop to Success (repeated session)
  Alarm Management is required practice in many of today’s process plants. Its outcomes drive better safety, reduced operator error, and improved plant performance. But where should you start? What steps should you take to ensure success and a fast return on your investment? Join this technical workshop to hear first-hand from Honeywell’s experienced DynAMo® Alarm Management project teams as they guide you through the process, outlining the key steps to alarm management success – including philosophies, software, quick wins and rationalization. Share in their practical experience on what it takes to deliver successful alarm management programs in the real world.
   
 
 
 
 
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