OPC UA Information Modeling Webinar

March 28, 2018 – [WEBINAR] – How to use OPC UA Information Modeling to Maximize the Value of Your IIoT/Industrie 4.0 Products

When: Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 – 1:00PM EST

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Created for embedded and application developers, automation managers, system integrators, and end-users; this co-hosted webinar between Matrikon and Beeond, provides a concise, practical explanation of key Information modeling concepts and demonstrates an actual information model and how it can be implemented.

Key topics covered include:

  •  What is information modeling (semantic and meta)
  • Why Information modeling is a must have for control automation products going forward
  • How developers can quickly:
    • Define, edit, & generate information models for their products.
    • Visualize the model in a general purpose OPC UA client
  • How to easily build an OPC UA server that uses real information models using the Matrikon® FLEX OPC UA SDK
  •  Live demonstration
  •  …and more


Costantino (Cos) Pipero, Founder & Chief Technologist, Beeond, Inc.
Costantino has 20+ years of experience defining and delivering technology solutions for the manufacturing, process, and energy industries. Costantino is actively collaborating on key industry standards such as ISA95, OPC UA, and OpenSCS and has written articles and books on industry relevant topics. Costantino has extensive experience in developing OPC and OPC UA solutions from server systems to embedded devices and has been training engineers since 1997.

Darek Kominek, Consulting Manager, Matrikon
As the Sr. Consulting Manager at Matrikon (Honeywell), For the past 15 years Darek has played various roles at Matrikon/Honeywell including sales, marketing communications, product manager, and strategic marketing. Before joining Matrikon, Darek worked as a professional software engineer with Hewlett Packard, GE, and ran his own software consulting business. Darek is a professional engineer with a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the University of Alberta.

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