Free Webinar - Making Sense of Acceptance Testing

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Autopro Automation is pleased to invite you to Making Sense of Acceptance Testing, a free, one-hour educational session offered as part of our Autopro School of Technology Online webinar series.

Have you ever wondered about HAT, CAT, SAT, FAT, CWT, IFAT, or IVT?

Almost every automation project involves some form of acceptance testing to verify that the completed work meets the project requirements. Depending on the project, this could involve several stages of testing throughout the project.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • How you can manage the many phases and forms of acceptance testing
  • How acceptance testing can be used to provide the confidence you need that project requirements have really been met
  • How to quantify and measure that your project is ready to be put into service

Presented by Tom Grusendorf   C.ET.,

Tom is a certified engineering technologist and technical specialist responsible for control system planning, design, and development. He has expertise in distributed control systems (DCS), systems integration, operating training systems (OTS), application development, and database design and implementation.

Our in-house DeltaV expert, Tom has been the lead DeltaV control system specialist for Autopro's largest clients, where he was responsible for migration plans, system design, and implementing, programming, and commissioning the DeltaV system on numerous projects. He also has expertise in other systems, including but not limited to Rockwell Plant PAx, Honeywell Experion, and Siemens (Moore) APACS..

Professional Development Credits

Each of our webinars qualify for professional development credits through provincial Professional Engineering associations across Canada, as part of their Continuing Professional Development Programs. A personalized certificate of completion is emailed to each attendee after the webinar.

There is no charge to attend this webinar. Log in details will be emailed.

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