1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 10, 2016 9:42 PM by jkorman

    Learn the basics of PI ProcessBook and how to build AWESOME displays



      Have you heard about the OSIsoft Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs)? These convenient learning opportunities allow you to work at your own pace and on your own time, from the comfort of your own desk!!!


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      Next Monday March 14th marks the start of our next facilitated session for the Building Basic Displays with PI ProcessBook  online course. For the following 3 weeks, you can expand your PI System knowledge with guidance and assistance from an OSIsoft facilitator. You can even submit a final project to get feedback and earn a certificate of completion for the course! To hear more about the perks of registering for a facilitated session, check out the Online Course FAQ.


      In the Building Basic Displays with PI ProcessBook online course, learning whiz Stuart walks you through how use to PI ProcessBook to visualize your process. Discover how to create a variety of displays including trends, bar graphs, and many other symbols that update in real time with your process data! Additionally, this course leverages the intuitiveness of the PI Asset Framework to easily find and incorporate asset information into your displays as well as build quickly reusable element relative displays.


      This course is great for PI System beginners and is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about PI ProcessBook. Whether you're a process engineer, a plant operator, or anyone else interested in learning about the key features of PI ProcessBook, how to visualize process data, and create meaningful displays - then this course will be useful for you.


      In order to follow along with the videos and complete the exercises, you will need:

      • Read access to a PI System (running and collecting data)
        • PI Data Archive
        • AF Server
      • PI ProcessBook


      For more information on our Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs), check out the Online Courses Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


      Again, the next facilitated session starts March 14th.


      See you "in class" soon! Join now!