Training Schedule

In this course, you will be introduced to Windchill Quality Solutions 10.2 and four of its key modules, enabling you to quickly maximize your investment. You will have an overview of software features and functionality. You will work on sample projects that are based on real-world scenarios. You will learn about some of the key features such as data entry, data analysis and data output for Windchill Prediction 10.2, Windchill FMEA 10.2, Windchill RBD 10.2, and Windchill FTA 10.2. You will also learn about various features common to the various Windchill Quality Solutions 10.2 modules, including importing, graphing, and reporting.

In this course, you will learn how to effectively administer the ThingWorx Navigate business environment. You will learn about the functionality included in ThingWorx Navigate. You learn how to configure miscellaneous options that are available in the task tailoring pages. Finally, you will learn how to configure various types of task filters to refine your search results.

In this course, you will be introduced to ThingWorx Studio and how it can be used to build an Augmented Reality (AR) experience. You will learn the Thingworx Studio Development Process (TSDP) and you will apply that process to the development of simple AR experiences at the beginning of the course through the planning and development of a robust AR solution at the end. In working through the course project, you will gain experience with the ThingWorx Studio Suite of tools and applications while being exposed to different development techniques and best practices.

In this course, you will learn how to use ThingWorx to model applications that communicate with smart, connected Things. You will model your solution using Things, Thing Shapes, and Thing Templates. Then, you will combine those elements into mashups (Web pages). You will add functionality to your Things using properties, services, events, and subscriptions to automate tasks and communicate with external data sources. You will store information in data tables, streams, value streams, and files, as well as gain experience using data shapes. You will also learn about security and how to apply it to your model. Lastly, you will receive a brief overview of how to create a user dashboard.

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