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All, I am looking to hire either a full time PLC programmer or contract programmer that will develop systems in Ignition. Experience with Ignition is preferred, but if you have other experience that is related, that is also acceptable. Python scripting is prevalent throughout Ignition, so that experience is required. PLC knowledge is required. ERP system knowledge would be a major plus, as well as how to connect Ignition to it. All are SQL based.
Nick.Mudge posted a topic in HMI & SCADAHere's an article that compares the prices between FactoryTalk View and Ignition: http://blog.perfectabstractions.com/2017/03/13/ignition-versus-factorytalk-view-licensing-and-training-costs/
jillianmv27 posted a topic in For Sale, Employment, Services or WantedInductive Automation is conducting a 5-day training course covering the core features of Ignition by Inductive Automation. It will be hosted at Flexware Innovation which is located near Indianapolis, Indiana. Most of the Ignition Core Classes in the US are offered in California, but for this time only we're offering it in Indy - midwest USA. Whether you are a new user to Ignition or an existing user looking to discover the full breadth of Ignition's capabilities, this is the course for you! You will get an in-depth look at the architecture of Ignition, involving the interactions between PLCs and SQL databases. You will learn how successful projects are planned and executed from start to finish. The course is 5 days long with class from 9 AM - 4 PM each day. The course is taught in a classroom where each attendee must supply his/her own computer. Complimentary lunch will be provided each day. The curriculum includes lecture, demonstration, and the creation of a live project that gives each student hands-on experience with all major features of Ignition. The format of the course encourages students to ask questions relevant to specific projects they have planned. When: May 15-19, 2017 Class Hours: 9am - 4pm Where: Flexware Innovation - 9128 Technology Lane, Fishers, IN 46038 Cost: $2500 first attendee ($2000 additional attendees) To learn more and register, please visit: http://www.flexwareinnovation.com/inductive-automations-ignition-core-training-fishers-indiana/ OR https://inductiveautomation.com/training/course/details/475
Hey all, long time without posting, I don't know if i'm writing in the right place. I have some old PLCs S7-300 ( and a couple of S7-200) that I would connect to the same general network in order to see all data from a general SCADA (I'm thinking about Ignition but could be WinCC etc). First problem is that few of them don't have an Ethernet Card (still old MPI) and I'm searching for a converter. I've found something on internet that I could install, probably no big issues on this side. Main problem is that others have an Ethernet connection but they are programmed to work on their own network (indipendent machine) and I couldn't change all IP addresses. I need probably a Gateway (eWon??) but I would understand better how it works. Any suggestion? Thank you in advance for your help!!