How to Setup and Adjust Dynamic Compensation of Feedforward Signals Online Seminar

by | Nov 30, 2010 | Event, Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

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Update and bump: We have to push back this demo/seminar one more time due to Greg’s preparation for next week’s three-day class at the ISA St. Louis chapter. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, January 5th at 10am CST (16:00 UTC).

Here is a quick note in case you have’s Greg McMillan‘s demo/seminar, “How to Setup and Adjust the Dynamic Compensation of Feedforward Signals” in your calendar for tomorrow, November 17 at 10am CST (16:00 UTC).

It has been rescheduled to Wed Dec 1 (16:00 UTC). Greg will explore the adjustment of feedforward delay, lead-lag, and gain for the traditional proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller and the smart PID for wireless (PIDPlus).

To join us live, visit .

Computer audio will be available. Should you encounter any difficulties, here’s a dial in alternative:

  • Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
  • Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
  • Participant code: 264679

If you’ve not caught any of Greg’s demo/seminars (a.k.a. deminars) in the past, we have a deminar video library (RSS feed) as well as the presentations library (RSS feed).

Greg and I look forward to seeing you at the December 1 session!

Update: Greg sent me a note saying that he’ll be giving away one copy of his book Essentials of Modern Measurements and Final Elements for the Process Industry to one of the live deminar attendees. Yet another good reason to join us!

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