INNTF-AC Industrial Networking Technology

Overview

  • Four-month Advanced Certificate
  • September and January entry dates
  • Exchange District Campus (formerly Princess Street Campus), Winnipeg

Description
This program is for individuals who wish to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the role that Ethernet/IP based data transport plays in industrial systems, such as manufacturing automation and power utility protection and control.

No Information Technology pre-knowledge is required. This training is aimed at the graduate technologist or engineer in the industrial control and power utility professions.

The graduate will have a strong foundational knowledge of networking technologies and understand the implications of standards (both industry and legislated) on system reliability, safety and cyber security. Industry feedback indicates a growing need for industrial engineering professionals to have a stronger understanding of network technologies and how these technologies influence their roles and responsibilities.

The successful graduate will have a basic to intermediate understanding of a number of industrial networking areas. These include:

  • Best Practice Industrial Network Architecture
  • Industrial Network Equipment Infrastructure
  • Industrial Network Cable Plant Infrastructure
  • Industrial Wireless Communications
  • Instrumentation and Process Control
  • Electrical Utility Measurement and Control
  • Quality of service and low latency support
  • Regulatory and Legislated Security and Safety Standards


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