Acquisition and automatic processing of measurements
This course will enable learners to understand the means and methods of testing and conducting measurement processes.
The course lasts 5 days (30 hours) and includes:
- Lectures and project work in small groups with assistance from industry members
This course takes a theoretical look at the architecture and operating principles of measurement acquisition clauses.
It begins with a review of the theoretical issues (sampling, processing measurements). The operating principle of measurement chains is then presented by specialists in engineering measurement acquisition systems.
This familiarizes learners with the materials used, from sensors to computers, and the methods used when carrying out tests.
Course level: Basic
Some knowledge of the constitution and operation of a computer is desirable.
- Summary of basic principles
- Multiplexing, modulation and digitization techniques
- The theory of sampling
- Smart Instrumentation - Smart Sensors
- Acquisition - Provision of intelligent sensors
- Architecture of measurement chains Study of digital links
- Structure of a measurement chain
- Transmission technology - Types of link
- Interference - Choice - Standardization of measurement interfaces
- Interconnection systems and networks
- Link management procedures
- Bus and local industrial networks: problems encountered and examples of application
- Advanced digital signal processing
- Specific signal processing concepts used in manipulations proposed for models
- Very easy real-time observation of signal behavior at each input/output
- Treatment of measurements
- Restitution of physical parameters
- Smoothing and filtering
- Spectral analysis
- Specific case study
- Acquisition chain projects
- Defining requirements - Chain architecture
- Choosing instrumentation and sensors
- Computer features - Software aspect
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: Cancelled - Upcoming date, please consult us.
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,790 excluding tax (20% VAT)