FME Desktop
Basic

TRAINING DESCRIPTION

FME is an ETL (extract, transform, load) software used to build automated workflows in order to transform, convert and integrate data in over 400 formats. FME is a powerful tool that is also easy to use, thanks to its intuitive graphical interface.

This course will give you a solid foundation in using FME to automate data processing and integration processes.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
 

  • Create and run FME workspaces
  • Read and write data in several formats
  • Use several types of data transformation
  • Use FME best practices

PREREQUISITES

Basic knowledge of geomatics

CONTENT

Module 1: Exploring FME Desktop

  • Interfaces of the two main applications (Workbench, Data Inspector)
  • Basic translation operations
  • Creating a basic translation
  • Inspecting your data

Module 2: Transforming your data

  • Schema as a concept
  • Using transformers
  • Content transformation
  • Series vs. Parallel transformers
  • Group-by processing
  • Coordinate system transformation

Module 3: Creating a workspace

  • Incremental development
  • Dealing with exceptions
  • Managing your readers and writers
  • Workspace structure
  • Reader and writer parameters

Module 4: Overview of the most common transformers, plus best practices

  • Finding a transformer
  • Using the documentation
  • Main transformer families
  • Annotating workspaces
  • Debugging workspaces

DURATION

Four 3.5-hour sessions

DATES
Eastern Standard Time (EST)

In French

Next session : Fall 2021

In English

Next session : Fall 2021

PRICE 

$1350 per participant

SAVE YOUR PLACE

Pre-registration for the fall 2021 session. We will contact you as soon as the dates of the next training sessions are confirmed.

Adapt this training to your team’s challenges

Our experts can tailor this training to meet the specific needs of your organization.

Adapt this training to your team’s challenges

Our experts can tailor this training to meet the specific needs of your organization.