Your Opportunity to Ask those Tough Process Control Questions

One of the great things social networks have opened up is the ability to you to view into events without being there. Where it’s an announcement of a new product from Apple or an event like our Emerson Exchange conferences, you can follow the action through various mediums including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+.

For our October 12-16 Emerson Exchange conference, as we’ve done in prior years, the #EmrEx hashtag will be used to share happenings in Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google+.

Emerson's Terry Blevins

Emerson's Willy Wojsznis

Emerson's James Beall

Emerson's Lou Heavner

Brand new for this year is a Virtual Q&A session on process control optimization. On Friday October 16 at 8am MDT, a panel of experts including Emerson’s Terry Blevins, Willy Wojsznis, James Beall and Lou Heavner will be members of a panel of seven experts. They will share their ideas on solving the challenges of process control by applying traditional and advanced control techniques to optimize plant operations.

Here’s the Meet the Experts – Process Control Optimization session abstract:

In this session the expert panel members will explore the challenges that are often encountered when using traditional and advanced control techniques to optimize plant operations. The experts will discuss basic steps that they recommend be followed when addressing a control optimization project. Also, each panel member will present an application they have commissioned that demonstrates how process control techniques were used to optimize process operation. The presented control optimization projects will demonstrate how to achieve technical and economic objectives in various industries.

I don’t have the exact figures but the panel contains two process automation hall of fame members and over a century of applying regulatory and advanced control solutions. This is something you’ll want to be a part of!

If you’re a member of the Emerson Exchange 365 (EE365) community, or would like to be, now is the time to submit your questions to the panel.

I’ll be reading the questions as they come in and asking the panel for their ideas. I’ll also paraphrase the answers so that you can see them in real time in the discussion thread.

Visit this EE365 thread, Virtual Q &A: Process Control, and start posting your questions! I’ll prioritize them on a first come, first serve basis.

Whether we connect in Denver or virtually through this discussion thread, we look forward to interacting with you!

Posted Thursday, September 24th, 2015 under Event, Services, Consulting & Training.

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