Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

Jim is a 30+ year veteran with Emerson and leads Emerson Automation Solutions' global social marketing practice. He is the chief blogger of Emerson Automation Experts. Jim received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and an MBA at the University of New Orleans. He began his career as a systems engineer for Conoco's offshore oil & gas production operations based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. LinkedIn | Twitter

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Oral Solid Drug Continuous Manufacturing

Oral Solid Drug Continuous Manufacturing

In a May 19 BioPharma Asia webinar, Continuous Manufacturing as a Default Platform for Oral Solid Drug Products, Emerson’s Bob Lenich will team up with Johnson and Johnson Senior Principal Engineer Lawrence De Belder to discuss the path to continuous manufacturing for these types of medicines.

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Increasing Global Tank Storage Capacity

Increasing Global Tank Storage Capacity

In a 15-minute YouTube video, Increase Tank Capacity and Reduce Costs with Rosemount Tank Gauging Systems, Emerson’s Mikael Helmer and Lance Berry describe how this technology help tank farms increase capacity and throughput while reducing operating & capital expenses.

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Cybersecurity Considerations for Automation Architectures

Cybersecurity Considerations for Automation Architectures

In an Industrial Safety and Security Source article, Considerations in Choosing a Defendable Safety System Architecture, Emerson’s Sergio Diaz and Alexandre Peixoto focus on the basic process control system (BPCS) and safety instrumented system (SIS). They compare various architectures from a cybersecurity perspective.

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IIoT Sensors, Analytics and Remote Experts for Control Valves

IIoT Sensors, Analytics and Remote Experts for Control Valves

In a Process Industry Informer article, Transform Operations with IIoT-enabled Control Valves, Emerson’s Clint Schneider and Michael Lester describe how actionable insights can by continuously monitoring the health of the vast array of control valves found in most process manufacturing and production operations.

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Brewing Process Performance Improvements

Brewing Process Performance Improvements

In a Craft Brewing Business article, Precisely control CO2 in the brewing process with high-efficiency automation solutions, from valves to regulators, Emerson’s Naresh Kumar shares the story of a Canadian brewery and a project to improve operational performance.

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Continuously Monitoring Overpressure Devices

Continuously Monitoring Overpressure Devices

In a Processing article, Monitoring pressure relief valves as part of a digital ecosystem reduces cost and improves performance, Emerson’s Marcio Donnangelo and Marcelo Dultra describe how continuous monitoring “can identify when pressure incidents happen while monitoring valve conditions to simplify maintenance programs.”

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DP Flow Measurement Engineering Guide

DP Flow Measurement Engineering Guide

Do you have custody transfer applications or other flow measurements requiring differential pressure (DP) technology? Consider digging into the 350 page The Engineer’s Guide to DP Flow Measurement.

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Online Methods for Honing Your Skills

Online Methods for Honing Your Skills

Emerson’s Jeff Hackney highlights several ways that these professionals can improve their skills around Emerson technologies that they have deployed in their facilities.

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