Training - Getting started on "Hacking" a Nikon X-ray CT system through IPC

Supported by CCPi and The Henry Royce Institute "A useful feature of Nikon X-ray CT systems is that they can be manually programmed using a programmable interface, allowing users to create completely customised routines with customised user interfaces. Most of what can be done with the graphical user interface can also be done using the programmable interface, known as “IPC”. This allows a complex set of operations to be automated with a very simple user interface, at minimum, an ID entry and a “Go” button. This hands-on training course will give users an insight into several projects enabled through IPC and teach users how to get started with programming through the IPC interface to create simple applications. By the end of the course users should have enough knowledge to create their own routines, and understand the main capabilities and advantages of creating customisable scanning routines." Location: Henry Moseley X-ray Imaging Facility, The University of Manchester Prerequisities: Programming experience. contact parmesh.gajjar@manchester.ac.uk or martin.turner@manchester.ac.uk for places and costs (currently a flat rate of £125).

 

Regsiatration at: https://survey.manchester.ac.uk/pssweb/index.php/624631

Date: 
Wednesday, 6 December, 2017 - 10:00 to 16:00