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Workshop on Industrial Automation PLC & SCADA

MAIN OBJECTIVE:
The main objective of this WORKSHOP is to make the aspiring engineers acquainted with the conceptua as we as practica know edge of the !ndustria "utomation # atest techno ogies being used to achieve industria automation$ The idea of organi%ing this workshop is to incu cate the basic fundamenta s of automation in the students and provide them with a p atform to work on& !n The 'ear (uture$ The )ost *sed +uiding (orce ,ehind "n "utomated !ndustria P ant !s " -Programmab e .ogic /ontro er0 +enera 1 Known "s " P./$ P./s " ong With /ertain Other 'ecessar1 !ngredients .ike Sensors& )otors& "ctuators& 2a ves& /onve1ors& ,oi ers& S/"3" S1stems& /omputers # )an1 )ore& )akes " Rea "utomated )anufacturing P ant$

/R1 of 11. $o reduce labor cost (.000-crore and is only growing at a fast pace – as much as 25 per cent per annum. $o reduce manufacturing lead time .& percent . $o accomplish what cannot be done manually /. Mining. to "Automate Industry" is the basic need of almost e ery type of manufacturing and production unit today. with -ompound . Why We Need Industrial Automation? &. . in I20IA only )3 to +3 percent industrial Plants are using one or another type of Automation. PLCs.& +illion in 2015. $o increase producti ity '.. $here are ery less fully automated industries in I20IA. $o impro e wor*er safety . It is the use of control systems such as computers.What is Industrial Automation? Automation is basically the delegation of human control function to technical equipment. $o a oid the high cost of not automating Scope for Automation Engineers As per an analysis by 0epartment of 1mall 1cale Industrial 0e elopment.e. $rend of automating an industrial plant is increasing at a rapid rate.' million as re(enues in 2011. Microcontrollers to control machinery and processes to reduce the need for human sensory and mental requirements as well.nnual /rowth Rate 0-. 5ight now there is a big gap between the need and the real number of automation engineers Automation Growth Indian automation industry is estimated at about Rs 10. Machine Manufacturing. $o impro e product quality -.. is e)pected to generate #$%20**. Industrial Automation i. he total automation and control solutions mar!et in India "hich generated #$%1&52. Power. !ood" #e erage. Petrochemical. #ut to compete the real global needs. $e%tile. $o reduce or remo e routine manual and clerical tas*s +.. Metal. $o mitigate the effects of labor shortages ). to produce the best quality products 4 to deli er the orders at right time with right cost companies are now automating there plants. Automobile etc are the few e%amples where we see the automation today.

/ !9Os . 0'A$A Introduction1 Its Need 2. Evolution in Industrial Automation (A Brie !istory" #. 3. Introduction to *. 3. Elements o 0'A$A 4.are In touch. 0election o 0'A$A #.Topics to Cover in Each Session Session456 Presentation on Recent Trends in !ndustria "utomation # P. Automation *rocess +lo. Introduction to 0'A$A 2.o4i7. . #. ).asics& . Brie $escri&tion to In&ut5 6ut&ut *ins o (icrolo4i781333 1. Introduction to 90 .'. +unction o Elements o 0'A$A. Area o A&&lications Session 476 S/"3" Programming concept 1. Why We Need Automation 3. *ro4ram Al4orithm or 0'A$A A&&lication Session 486 P. (otor $rives Introduction 1 %heir Need 11. !(I Introduction 1 Its Need 13. !o. $i erent %y&e o Industrial 'ontrol (echanisms ). Introduction to Automation 2. Introduction to Wonder.urning # !nterfacing /oncepts Introduction to Allen Bradley *.adder $ia4ram Basics 4.adder &ro4ram in *. 9unnin4 irst *.' usin4 90 . to 4ive out&ut to *anel /./4S/"3" 1.nloadin4 a .in7. 2.'s /. to ta:e In&ut rom *anel -. 0ensors Introduction 1 %heir Need 12. -.' a&&lication . $o. !o. Where Automation Use? 4. ).

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