THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! ALL ON TOUR EVENTS ARE NOW FULL!

You are invited to the Kirby Risk hosted Rockwell Automation On Tour Event at a location near you.

This event will include a significant amount of hands-on guided lab time on the latest technology from Rockwell Automation at NO COST to you. We will have knowledgeable resources on-site to assist with the guided labs or discuss applications.

See what you can discover at the Rockwell Automation On Tour Event. The digital transformation is happening at a rapid pace. Come find new insights through better data access to implement demand based decisions and improve visibility to maintenance needs.

This is a self-guided class where you will choose the labs that best fit your educational needs. Class will take place from 8:00AM-4:00PM, and lunch will be included. (See list of available labs below)

Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot today! If an event date does not show in the drop down options, then it is already full.

Schedule

April 8 | Marion, IN

April 10 | South Bend, IN

April 11 | Lafayette, IN

April 12 | Terre Haute, IN

April 16 | Danville, IL

April 23 | Mt. Vernon, IL

April 25 | Indianapolis, IN

April 26 | Indianapolis, IN

April 29 | Indianapolis, IN

May 1 | Muncie, IN

May 3 | Columbus, IN

*Each event is 8AM-4PM

 

Thank you for your interest in the Kirby Risk Rockwell Automation On Tour Event. All events in our schedule are now full.

Please contact your local Kirby Risk Account Manager if you have questions or need additional information.

 


Available Hands On Labs:

  • L02 - Simplify Product Selection with Motion Analyzer, Integrated Architecture® Builder and ProposalWorks™ while creating application code with the Device Object Library.
  • L04 - Drive Configuration and Programming Lab
  • L05 - Speed Integration: CENTERLINE® MCCs, Studio 5000® LogixDesigner and IntelliCENTER® Software
  • L07 - Distributed HMI with FactoryTalk® View Site Edition: Introductory Lab
  • L09 - Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: Advanced Lab
  • L10 - Develop Advanced Safety Applications Using the Allen-Bradley® Integrated Safety Controller Platform
  • L11 - Introduction to the PlantPAx® Distributed Control System for Operations and System Engineering
  • L14- Basic Stratix® Switch and EtherNet/IP Features in Converged PlantwideEthernet (CPwE) Architectures
  • L15 - Introduction to Network Security: Lab
  • L16 - Scalable Compute Hands-on Experience
  • L17 - Studio 5000® and Logix: Basics Lab
  • L18 - Studio 5000® and Logix: Advanced Lab
  • L19 - Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: Basic Lab
  • L20 - Studio 5000 View Designer® Featured on the PanelView™ 5000 Graphic Terminals
  • L30 - Experience Connected Components Workbench™ Software to Develop Your Basic Standalone Machine Application