SkySpark Analyst Course v1.0

Learn how to use SkySpark to analyse data, ‘out of the box’, with no programming knowledge required!  This course is designed for people who are new to SkySpark or even building data analytics.

Course length:  approx 4-6 hours

 

 

$395.00

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Use SkySpark to work through exercises, as shown in these previews:

SkySpark Analyst Syllabus

Module 1
Style: concept and theory
Understand the concepts of SkySpark data and how the SkySpark platform is composed.

  • Overview of the SkySpark technology stack
  • The purpose of SkySpark with data analytics
  • The makeup of SkySpark data elements
  • Difference between information and intelligence

Module 2
Style: concept and theory
Explain the basic SkySpark data types and why points, equip and rules are used.

  • Concept of SkySpark points
  • How to use Points to collect 'relevant' data
  • How and why to use SkySpark Rules
  • The use of KPIs and Sparks

Module 3
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How to use the Historian app and find data by sites and equipment.

  • Introduction to the Historian application.
  • Using the Chart view to find data
  • Using the Equip view to find data
  • Understanding the use of the Correlate view

Module 4
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How and why to use the KPI app and how to generate reports.

  • Introduction to the KPI application.
  • Using the Swivel view to find KPI results.
  • Using the Swivel view for different displays and views
  • Using the Swivel view for reports and file exports
  • A brief look at the Table view.

Module 5
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How to use the Spark app and why it's useful to analyse faults and maintenance.

  • Introduction to the Spark application.
  • How to identify Spark data with the Swivel view.
  • How to investigate Sparks using the Equip view.

Module 6
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
Use Energy application to review resource consumption and usage, tariffs and costs.

  • An overview of the Energy application
  • Understanding business goals to collect relevant data for analysis.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Usage view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Operation view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Profile view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Tariff view.
  • Using the Swivel view to generate reports.

Module 7
Style: theory and practical using hosted SkySpark
Revision and the final Course assessment.

  • Summary of applications and views.
  • Opportunity to revise course material.
  • Final course assessment using SkySpark to demonstrate key knowledge.

Module 1
Style: concept and theory
Understand the concepts of SkySpark data and how the SkySpark platform is composed.

  • Overview of the SkySpark technology stack
  • The purpose of SkySpark with data analytics
  • The makeup of SkySpark data elements
  • Difference between information and intelligence

Module 2
Style: concept and theory
Explain the basic SkySpark data types and why points, equip and rules are used.

  • Concept of SkySpark points
  • How to use Points to collect ‘relevant’ data
  • How and why to use SkySpark Rules
  • The use of KPIs and Sparks

Module 3
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How to use the Historian app and find data by sites and equipment.

  • Introduction to the Historian application.
  • Using the Chart view to find data
  • Using the Equip view to find data
  • Understanding the use of the Correlate view

Module 4
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How and why to use the KPI app and how to generate reports.

  • Introduction to the KPI application.
  • Using the Swivel view to find KPI results.
  • Using the Swivel view for different displays and views
  • Using the Swivel view for reports and file exports
  • A brief look at the Table view.

Module 5
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
How to use the Spark app and why it’s useful to analyse faults and maintenance.

  • Introduction to the Spark application.
  • How to identify Spark data with the Swivel view.
  • How to investigate Sparks using the Equip view.

Module 6
Style: practical using hosted SkySpark
Use Energy application to review resource consumption and usage, tariffs and costs.

  • An overview of the Energy application
  • Understanding business goals to collect relevant data for analysis.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Usage view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Operation view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Profile view.
  • Using SkySpark to analyse data with the Tariff view.
  • Using the Swivel view to generate reports.

Module 7
Style: theory and practical using hosted SkySpark
Revision and the final Course assessment.

  • Summary of applications and views.
  • Opportunity to revise course material.
  • Final course assessment using SkySpark to demonstrate key knowledge.

Course Info

With SkySpark Analyst , you will learn how, and why, to analyse data with the relevant SkySpark applications. You will use our own hosted SkySpark to find data for interactive practical exercises and for assessment quizzes, with a variety of question types such as; fill in the blanks, drag and drop, and order sorting. As you progress through the course, you will need to pass module checkpoints, to ensure that key learning points, from our bespoke syllabus, have been understood before continuing further.  The final course assessment is based on a practical demonstration of competency in the course objectives, using our hosted SkySpark.

Course Objectives

Demonstrate the ability to use SkySpark to:

  • Find and display sensor data from specific devices and buildings 
  • Access information for the use of energy (electricity, water, gas) 
  • Report on running costs, and fault and maintenance costs 
  • Produce custom displays and charts for reports and exports

Demonstrate the knowledge and awareness of:

  • Business goals and analysing data 
  • Gathering requirements for SkySpark data 
  • The difference between basic information and intelligent data

Course Requirements

SkySpark Analyst is for complete beginners. To complete this training you will need internet access and a browser. Two screens are recommended, where possible, to be able to navigate SkySpark and work through our exercises at the same time.

Course length: approx 4-6 hours

SkySpark Analyst contains:

  • 7 Modules
  • 29 Topic pages
  • 8 Demonstration videos
  • 32 Practical exercises (in SkySpark)
  • 6 Checkpoints /31 Questions
  • 16 Assessment questions

Course Outline

Understand the concepts of SkySpark data and how the SkySpark platform is composed. ​

Explain the basic SkySpark data types and why points, equip and rules are used. ​

How to use the Historian app and find data by sites and equipment. ​

How and why to use the KPI app and how to generate reports. ​

How to use the Spark app and why it’s useful to analyse faults and maintenance.​

How to use the Spark app and why it’s useful to analyse faults and maintenance.​

Course revision and final assessment.

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