Posts Tagged ‘International Society of Automation’

Award-Winning Article on Tips for Control Loop Performance

Posted in Process Optimization on Friday, October 20th, 2017. No comments yet
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A few weeks ago, I recapped an article by Emerson’s Mark Coughran, Know when to look outside the PID tuning. It turns out that this article was not only filled with the wisdom that Mark has accumulated over the many years as a process control & optimization consultant. It was also award-winning. The International Society […]

Developing Next-Gen Process Control Leaders

Posted in Education on Friday, January 6th, 2017. No comments yet
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Anyone involved in process control knows the steep learning curve from what is taught in the universities to what is required to safely, reliably and efficiently control an industrial process. Many of the world’s foremost experts steeped in this knowledge have retired or are quickly approaching retirement age. Several years ago, Process Automation Hall of […]

Direct ISA Member Voting Opens

Posted in Event on Wednesday, September 10th, 2014. No comments yet
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The International Society of Automation (ISA) is the trade association for automation professionals. Their mission: Enable our members, including world-wide subject matter experts, automation suppliers, and end-users, to work together to develop and deliver the highest quality, unbiased automation information, including standards, training, publications, and certifications. If you’re an ISA member, this is the first […]

Educational Reactor Measurement and Control Book

Posted in Education on Monday, September 8th, 2014. One comment so far
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Last week I highlighted an updated book for process control engineers, Tuning and Control Loop Performance, by Greg McMillan. It’s amazing how prolific Greg is, even in his “retirement” over these past several years. I can only aspire to be so active when my golden years arrive! I mention this because Greg has another book […]

Question and Answer with the International Society of Automation

Posted in Education on Monday, March 17th, 2014. No comments yet
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As many of you already know, a top organization in the world of automation is the International Society of Automation (ISA). It has grown out of a U.S. organization formerly known as the Instrument Society of America founded in 1945. For those who may not be familiar yet with ISA, their mission is: Enable our […]