As we discussed yesterday, Rockwell Automation (RA) holds several commercial events and trade shows each year, and most of them include hands-on labs, technical sessions, and demonstrations. And this week I'm posting how to find the session downloads for these. Today it's…

Rockwell Automation's “Process Solutions User Group”

Rockwell's “Process Solutions User Group” (aka PSUG) is held each year on the two days preceding Automation Fair. It is predominately made up of customer application stories (presented by the actual customers) as well as sessions to discuss the future direction of Rockwell Automation products.

To find the PSUG session materials Rockwell makes available to download, start by navigating to the Rockwell Automation PSUG homepage:

Next, select PSUG session materials (circled in red below:)

Process Solutions User Group Homepage

Now you should see a tabbed listing of categories, under which is a list of sessions and download links. The most popular files will be under the “Educational Sessions” tab, as shown below:

Process Solutions User Group Downloads

I hope you found the above information about downloading Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software session materials from Rockwell Automation's Process Solutions User Group event helpful. If you did, or if you have a question about PSUG, please feel free to drop us a comment by using the “post a comment or question” link below.

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger

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Shawn Tierney

Shawn began programming as a pre-teen in the early 80's, and later earned a degree in Electronics. He worked for 25 years as Automation Specialist, passionately sharing tech tips via his newsletter, then his BBS, before launching his first website in 1999. In 2013 he relaunched his website as TheAutomationBlog.com, and now teaches full time at TheAutomationSchool.com
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