ABB TechTalks offer a world of measurement know-how

ABB Measurement and Analytics has launched TechTalks, a range of online learning resources for anyone needing to know more about measurement technologies and devices.

Featuring on demand webinars, video tutorials and a catalogue of over 70 online courses, TechTalks is a free to use remote learning hub for anyone who uses or specifies measurement devices – process engineers, ABB channel partners or students.

On demand webinars include briefings on subjects such as laser level measurement and how and when to use guided radar. The site also allows visitors to register for upcoming live webinars on areas such as mobile gas detection and digitalisation.

Short video tutorials provide bite sized advice on technologies including augmented reality, tips on recording and control and how to calibrate oxygen analyzers.

The extensive range of online courses takes a more in-depth look at subjects such as web tension measurement and electromagnetic flowmeters. Each course has a detailed description of its content, what participants will know after completing the course and who would find it useful.

Alan Hunt, ABB Product Manager Electromagnetic Flowmeters – UK & Ireland, says: “TechTalks is an ideal resource for anyone needing to improve their knowledge of measurement technologies and techniques. Because it can be accessed anywhere, it can be used for answering quick queries or providing more in-depth learning at users’ convenience. Remote learning is growing in importance and we intend to add more tutorials to make TechTalks a ‘go to’ resource for measurement and analytics knowledge.”

The TechTalks page can be found at: https://bit.ly/ABBMA_TechTalk.

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