Final Roundup of News from the 2010 Emerson Exchange

by | Oct 7, 2010 | Event

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

After 3 days (day 1, day 2, day 3) of Emerson Exchange roundups, I did not have a chance to recap days 4 and 5. Here’s the news from those days and from this week.

AutomationWorld.com Exchange Today: Daily news from the Emerson Global Users Exchange

ControlGlobal.com Emerson Global Users Exchange Show News

The Read-out Instrumentation Signpost: “So much information, so much going on, too little time!”

pharma QbD:

Control Engineering:

ControlGlobal Sound Off! Editors’ Blog:

The Profiblog: PROFIBUS News from Emerson Exchange « The PROFIblog

Gary Mintchell’s Feed Forward Blog:

Automation.com: Emerson reduces barriers to productivity

DeltaV News:

Process Control Musings Blog:

I’m sure I missed some things, but hopefully there is a link or two in there of interest to you.

I’ll close this roundup with my narrated presentation from our Social Media and Communities Experts session. This 10 and a half-minute presentation was my part of a presentation and discussion along with an Emerson customer and Micro Motion community manager, Mike Tongwarin.

Update: Greg Hale’s Industrial Safety and Security Source blog has several Emerson Exchange-related posts:

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