Each of the webinars will last about one hour, discussing electronic data exchange around HI 50.7–2010, “Standard for Electronic Data Exchange for Pumping Equipment,” developed by the Hydraulic Institute. The standard builds upon the FIATECH project known as the Automating Equipment Information Exchange. .
The first session, called Getting Started with HI Electronic Data Exchange, will be held on Jan. 15 at 1 p.m. EST, covering justification for the HI 50.7 standard and its scope and purpose, its benefits to the organization, how data is exchanged and steps to take for implementing the standard.
The follow-up session, called Demonstrating How Electronic Data Exchange Works, will be conducted on Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. EST. It will cover the type of data used to define the HI 50.7 standard, describe EDE compliance levels and explain how EDE was successfully tested for software capabilities. The webinar will also cover XML, data transfer and pump process design.
Attendees can register for the webinars at www.pumpsystemsmatter.org.
Established by the Hydraulic Institute, utilities and energy efficiency organizations, Pump Systems Matter is a nonprofit organization aiming to educate industry on the benefits of pump systems optimization and energy efficiency to improve bottom-line savings.