2011 Emerson Exchange Day 3 Recap

by | Oct 27, 2011 | Event

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Here’s a recap of some of the articles, community posts, and tweets coming from Day 3 of the Emerson Exchange in Nashville.

ControlGlobal.com Emerson Exchange headlines from Wednesday:

Gary Mintchell’s Feed Forward blog – Emerson Exchange Day 2 – Intrinsically Safe CHARMs

Plant Engineer – Emerson has announces the first Global Users Exchange in Europe – a three-day event from 29—31 May 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany, aimed at plant engineers and managers.

Industrial Safety and Security Source – Emerson President: ‘We Will Earn Your Trust’

Thom Singer’s Some Assembly Required blog – Three Tips For Follow Up After A Business Conference #EMRex

Conversations in the Emerson Exchange 365 online community:

Emerson Process Experts blog posts:

Also, make sure to peek in on the Emerson Exchange Twitter tweets tagged with #EMRex for all the play-by-play.

Update: Here’s another one I found in the Twitter stream. Plant Engineer – Industrial process plant controls giant Emerson Process Management has surpassed 580 million hours of wireless operation across 6,100 networks, as industrial wireless moves slowly from extreme to mainstream.

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