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Automation Studio™ P7.0 - FREE Training Webinars


Dear Automation Studio™ community

We are pleased to inform you that there is a series of six (6) FREE Training Webinars scheduled on the upcoming Automation Studio™ P7.0 (soon to be released), which will take place every Thursday at 9am EST starting on the week of January 18th.

The webinars will take about 1 hour with approximately 30 minutes of Q/A.

The following series of six (6) webinars scheduled will cover the following topics:
  1. Optimize your daily work using manufacturers’ catalogues

  2. Quickly design and simulate your 3D Block Manifold

  3. Analyze failure modes, their effects and their criticality

  4. Simulate your applications quickly and efficiently

  5. Design a multi-technological machine

  6. Automate your pneumatic and industrial hydraulic systems


The registrations are now open!

If you or other colleagues would like to register for the English, please follow the link, for French please follow the link.

You will need to register to each webinar separately. We’ve limited the attendance to 500 participants per webinar.

We hope you can join us!


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How can I connect my physical equipment/machine to Andon Studio™?

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  • How can I connect my physical equipment/machine to Andon Studio™?

    Andon Studio™ supports OPC Communication. Please refer to https://opcfoundation.org/ for more information about OPC. Andon Studio™ is natively an OPC Client (DA and UA) and an OPC Server (DA and UA).

    To connect your machine to Andon Studio™, you need to verify your machine’s documentation or contact the manufacturer to verify if your machine supports OPC communication. If yes, Andon Studio’s interfaces for OPC Client and OPC Server will allow you to easily configure and establish the connection. Detailed help files are also available to guide you through the different steps. If not, you need to know which communication standards/protocols are supported by your machine; then look for a third party OPC driver that supports this standard/protocol to act as a "communication converter" between your machine (specific standard/protocol) and Andon Studio™ (OPC). Such drivers are very frequently used for various industrial applications.

    On the other hand, Famic Technologies offers various services that can help you connect your equipment and machines, such as System analysis, Custom development, Training… If you need any of these services, please contact your sales representative.
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