You are working in the engineering area (construction, control engineering, e-planning, sales, or similar) and want to display a plant as a mirror (digital shadow) in an HMI or a host computer in order to display errors or instructions to plant operators or to be able to maintain the machine remotely.
You will learn the basic concept of mirror applications and how to project them with twin. In addition, you will learn how to use the Mirror API to perform specific tasks. Afterwards you are able to integrate a mirror of your machine into a frontend of your choice.
We will provide you with a kinematized and modeled machine that will be adapted or extended for the mirror application. You will create a simple .Net application into which the mirror of the modeled machine will then be connected. At the end of the course, you will have an example mirror application that represents and visualizes the (motion) states of a machine running in parallel.
Topics which will be covered in the training:
- Basic concept of the Mirror API
- Project planning of a simple .NET application to integrate the mirror