Human-Machine Interface Short Course by Tonex
Human-Machine Interface Short Course is a 2-day introduction to the hardware or software through which an operator interacts with a controller. A human-machine interface (HMI) can range from a physical control panel with buttons and indicator lights to an industrial PC with a color graphics display running dedicated HMI software.
This course is especially beneficial for participants who want to see the “big picture” in order to communicate with technical as well as non-technical individuals.
Human-Machine Interface Short Course covers the most important aspects of HMI without getting too involved in the technical nitty gritty.
Participants will learn the basics of how human-machine interfaces work as well as the types of HMIs now available.
Additionally, participants will learn about the current HMI use cases as well as projected applications.
Human-machine interfaces provide an important visual of what is going on inside the control system. It is also an easy way to see multiple events in real time.
HMI’s also provide immersive training through technologies like augmented and virtual reality. This aspect is of special interest to the DoD because HMI technology can provide realistic training environments with real-time feedback to enhance warfighter performance.
Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend?
Human-Machine Interface Short Course is a 2-day course designed for:
- Program and Project Managers
- IT Leadership
- IT Infrastructure Managers
- CIOs / CTOs /CSOs
- Configuration Managers
- Developers and Application Team Members and Leads
- IT Project & Program Managers
- Product Owners and Managers
- Military Personnel
- Military Contractors
- Anyone With an Interest in HMI