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Livestream Schedule: Marketing & Sales Summit

The Marketing & Sales Summit is proud to be streaming live content for the third year in a row. You can watch a number of tremendous keynote presentations on ISA Interchange’s Livestream channel. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to get a small sample of the valuable content offered by the M&SS every […]

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The Century’s Greatest Contributions to Control Practice

Introduction: Flowing with the tide of reflection and forecasting as the century changes, I took the liberty to conduct a survey of the century’s most important contributions to the practice of “control.’  I quite enjoyed considering the importance of the past events, and forecasting which contributions will be important in this new century. So did […]

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Power in Security

The power industry has a white elephant in the room — the NERC and CIP regulatory requirements for all the power fossil hydro transmission distribution within the U.S. and North America in general. So says Bryan Singer of Kenexis Security Corp. while gleening input from power industry gurus at the latest POWID Symposium this past […]

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Greg-McMillan

ISA Mentor Program: A Guide to Success

Automation and control systems expert, Greg McMillan, principal consultant, Emerson Process Management, wants to share his knowledge. What better way to do this than through the ISA Mentor program. McMillan’s career spans more than 40 years with deep roots at Monsanto Co. where he learned early on from some of the best minds in process […]

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Power, control two different issues

Advanced control applications are not in widespread use in the power industry. Why? Successful applications exist, but it takes work and education. You’ll need to study the technology and published experiences, work closely with and rely on technology vendors, and plan properly for success, short and long term. At the last ISA Power Industry (POWID) […]

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Wireless Systems and Gas Turbine Engines

Peter Fuhr, a distinguished scientist with Oak Ridge National Laboratories comments on the ISA Communication Division’s participation in ISA Symposia.  The 57th International Instrumentation Symposia was held in St. Louis, Missouri on 20-24 June 2011 at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel.   Dr. Fuhr shares his comments on Wireless Standard 107.4 and technical presentations that covered […]

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