Hello SCADA & Telemetry Community,
Come and join distinguished SCADA Architect Stephen Beadle as he reviews the many innovative and flexible features of EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert in the new video entitled: EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 14 - Geo SCADA Expert Overview, now available on the Schneider Electric YouTube channel.
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You really had me confused by the naming of the video 😉
EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 14 ...
I thought this was a new release and was trying to work out how we went from Geo SCADA Expert 2020 to 14... and why I'd heard nothing about it.
Perhaps labelling the videos something like EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert (video #14) ... might be better?
Thanks for your comment Bevan. I'm glad you watched the video. It's aimed at potential new users, but I also want to balance it with videos about other Geo SCADA features. Please let us know what you'd like to see (we can't be too advanced as we're limited to 5 minutes each). We may add a # to future video titles, thanks for the suggestion.
I think the videos are good, they provide another form of information for people to digest, not everyone does well with purely written information, so the videos diversify that.
1. I think it would be good to increase the technical content however. Perhaps doing smaller topics, but a bit of a deeper dive into the actual configuration. i.e. a 20-30minute video on the geo spatial mapping, including showing the configuration of the geographical information on an object, a walk through of the user query that includes something like the Tooltip, and the locations, and configuration of a Map Source etc to have it displayed.
2. Doing something similar for calculation points, where expressions are covered (including historical algorithms / expressions).
3. Something around SQL queries, including the -> dereference operator, and the geospatial conditionals (WITHIN etc)
4... I'm unsure if things like the DNP3 driver would be possible to put into a digestible YouTube chunk.. it's a pretty massive topic on its own, but some of the simpler drivers (like Performance Monitor, SNMP, ICMP, etc etc) could become their own shorter 10minute or so videos. Lots of smaller technical videos will tend to get more visibility than sales type videos (in my opinion)
Thank you @BevanWeiss.
These are all great ideas and will be seriously considered for the next round of videos.
We appreciate your input.
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