For those wanting to get hands-on with Events in the PI System, we are developing two great labs for vCampus Live Dec 3-5 in San Francisco!
Hands-On with PI Event Frames Generation (Wed Dec 4, 2:30)
In this hands-on session, you will learn how to configure event frame templates and automatically generate events through configuration. In the first part of the lab, you will generate hierarchical events via trigger tags using the released PI Event Frames Generator (PI EFGen). In the second part of the lab, you will generate events using PI AF and performance equation syntax via the soon to be released Asset Based Analytics functionality. You will learn how to associate different types of events with the equipment on which they occurred and store relevant data with the events. Come learn how to automatically generate events in the PI System! This course requires no programming/development skills.
Hands-On with PI Event Frames Visualization (Thu Dec 5, 3:45)
In this hands-on session, you will learn how to visualize events in the PI System. You will visualize your events using PI Coresight Related Events functionality to automatically discover your events, and view your event data within trends and tables in PI Coresight. Additionally, you will learn how to leverage PI OLEDB Enterprise to view PI Event Frame data in PI WebParts. Finally, you will have some hands-on experience with the soon-to-be-released PI DataLink functionality that will support PI Event Frames! Come learn how to visualize events in the PI System! This course requires no programming/development skills.
You can see the full agenda here: http://www.osisoft.com/vcampuslive/agenda.html
If you've seen the demos that Chris Nelson and I have given at UC2014 or more recently at EMEA UC2014 with the Mine Trucks, you will get a chance to build that demo in our two labs! So the only pre-requisites are that (1) you want to get your hands-on EF and (2) either you or your kids love trucks like mine do!
Need to register? http://www.osisoft.com/vcampuslive/register.html
Looking forward to seeing everyone in SF!
Product Manager, PI Event Frames