Jason Leapley

Flow Instrumentation Director of Innovation

Jason Leapley is a Director of Innovation in Emerson's flow products business. He is responsible for marketing and managing new products. He is a Colorado native, born in Longmont, CO.

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Production Benefits of an Automation Strategy

Production Benefits of an Automation Strategy

Information is the ultimate resource, particularly when it comes to the production of other resources. In order to ensure optimized performance and to reduce fiscal risks, more must be known about the real-life status of paper-analyzed processes. And the only way to...

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Micro Motion 5700 and the Horizon of Streamlined Operations

Micro Motion 5700 and the Horizon of Streamlined Operations

When your plant is spending all its time and resources confirming the workability of those resources, there is less to spend on improving other areas of the business and rising to the next level. The Micro Motion 5700 Transmitter is the tool that single-handedly...

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EtherNet/IP: Smart Connectivity for Smart Devices

EtherNet/IP: Smart Connectivity for Smart Devices

Most industrial plants have relied on either 4-20 mA or frequency outputs to deliver instrument information to their control system. These outputs have a long history of proven use but are limited due to the simple, one-way, signal. Digital protocols have been gaining...

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