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TIA Portal


The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) provides you with unrestricted access to our complete range of digitalized automation services, from digital planning and integrated engineering to transparent operation. The new version shortens your time to market, for example by means of simulation tools, increases the productivity of your plant through additional diagnostics and energy management functions, and offers you broader flexibility by connecting to the management level. The new options benefit system integrators and machine builders as well as plant operators. The TIA Portal is thus your perfect gateway to automation in the Digital Enterprise. As part of the Digital Enterprise Suite along with PLM and MES, it complements the comprehensive range of offerings from Siemens for companies on their path to Industrie 4.0.

itsme offers the TIA Portal SIMATIC S7 basic course

After this training, you can create simple S7 programs with TIA Portal and program changes, as well as operating the S7 PLC, addressing the PLC and setting up a TIA Portal project.

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