rt-labs offers classes and workshops within EtherCAT. The classes are aimed for developers who either want to get started with EtherCAT for the first time or who wish to gain a deeper understanding for the system.
EtherCAT for Embedded Systems
A two day workshop combining theory with practical developing elements enables the participants to start developing their own projects after having completed the class.
Brief summary of topics covered:
- Introduction to EtherCAT. Get to know the basics of EtherCAT.
- Developing EtherCAT Masters. Learn how to develop EtherCAT Masters using SOEM (Simple Open EtherCAT Master) stack
- Developing EtherCAT Slaves. Learn how to develop EtherCAT Slaves using SOES (Simple Open EtherCAT Slave) stack
- Application Layer
- Data Link Layer
The workshop is hands-on and uses the following tools and hardware:
- rt-collab Workbench
- rt-labs EtherCAT SDK
- Freescale K60 Tower System
- IXXAT EtherCAT Board
By combining important theory with plenty of hands-on exercises, it ensures that attendees leave the course fully ready to develop EtherCAT Masters/Slaves.
rt-labs instructors are all experienced developers who have used EtherCAT technology extensively, and are also extremely familiar with the internal workings of the software components.
Normally a workshop starts with an introduction to EtherCAT and how a EtherCAT system can be used and deployed. Then practical sessions in how to use and integrate SOEM (Simple Open EtherCat Master stack) och SOES (Simple Open EtherCAT Slave stack) follows.
Upcoming dates och price information
Number of days: 2
Date and location:
20 – 21 September 2017 / rt-labs Göteborg (SE)
Price: 16.000 SEK
To learn more and to apply please contact rt-labs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Normally classes and workshops are held at rt-labs offices in Gothenburg, but we can also come to your site and customize the classes for your business needs. For more information please contact us at email@example.com or +46 31 240 250.
Read the General Terms and Conditions covering classes and workshops.
Link to Open EtherCAT Society: Open EtherCAT Society @ GitHub
EtherCAT for Embedded Systems Brieflet (PDF):