12 July 2019
Human Aspects in Industrial Control
The 5 day course of Human Aspects in Industrial Control is intended for all students interested in a supervisory control and data acquisition system design, reflecting the role of the human-machine interface, particularly the relation of data measurement - data visualization - process control. Lectures will consist of theoretical fundamentals followed by presentations of case studies that will demonstrate challenges in data acquisition from real time process, man-machine interface and human - production process interaction, data visualization in operator workstations, object oriented graphics and screens design, application access rights and safety issues, alarms handling and trend reporting in processes. This course will include an excursion to an industrial company.
Assoc. Prof. Lenka Landryová
Students interested in a supervisory control and data acquisition system design.
EUR 300: Fee doesn´t include accommodation.