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ISA Training and Education Programs for February

February education and training from ISA features the new, comprehensive cybersecurity program designed to help owners, operators and technical first-responders of critical plant infrastructure understand and protect vital control systems. ISA’s System Wide Awareness Training (S.W.A.T.) Camp will be held over four consecutive weeks during the month. Process automation professionals will learn how to safeguard […]

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Setting ISA’s Priorities for 2016 and Beyond

I am really excited and honored to become the President of ISA in 2016. I’ve been an active member of the Society for more than 30 years and have served in numerous leadership positions. I feel confident that my experience and exposure with various operations of ISA have prepared me for this position. I’m looking […]

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Vibration Sensor Monitoring and Calibration Protects Vital Plant Machinery

Seismic velocity measurements provide ideal resolution at typical rotating equipment running speeds. Vibration is always transmitted through the bearings used on rotating equipment. It has been proven time and time again that measuring vibration on rotating equipment is the most universally effective predictive maintenance practice for critical pumps, motors, compressors, fans, cooling towers and rollers. […]

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January Education and Training Course Offerings from ISA

Start the new year with a jump on your automation industry skills with education and training programs from ISA. Featured program for the new year include Process Automation Boot Camp For Non-Maintenance Personnel (PABC), which has been developed for non-maintenance personnel with little or no background in the field of process measurements and control. The […]

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ISA Education and Training Courses for December

Get ready for a prosperous 2016 by advancing your skills and knowledge through ISA automation and control training. Courses are developed and taught by industry experts with real-world experience. ISA’s comprehensive and practical instruction gives you knowledge you can immediately apply in the workplace. Onsite Training In addition to taking ISA classroom training at ISA […]

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An Opportunity to Celebrate ISA’s Successes and Build on Its Achievements

The Fall Leaders Meeting, held 10–13 October, 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky—my hometown—was an agenda-packed event attended by ISA’s Executive Board members; Geographic, Operational and Technical Assembly members; department and division directors; committee members; section leaders and delegates; honorees; and guests. It was a great opportunity to celebrate the Society’s successes to date in 2015—of which […]

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ISA Is Much More Than a Membership Organization

It’s fitting, I believe, that this column is being posted in November—the month that ISA and the Automation Federation have designated as Automation Appreciation Month. Automation Appreciation Month provides ISA with an opportunity to thank its members for their strong support, active involvement, and leadership contributions. In addition, the month celebrates the value and significance […]

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November ISA Training and Education Opportunities

As we approach the new year, this is a great time to advance your knowledge or career by enrolling in industrial automation and control systems training programs offered by ISA.  Every course is taught by instructors who bring a wealth of insights and years of industry experience. Of special note, in November ISA’s Technical Training […]

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ISA is Enhancing its Capabilities to Deliver Timely, Relevant Content

In this post, I turn my attention to another ISA strategic goal, content. This is my fifth and final blog on ISA’s five strategic goals, as I’ve previously examined advocacy, cybersecurity, data, and coolest delivery. I hope that I’ve helped you better understand ISA’s goals, realize their importance to the Society, and recognize the progress […]

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