Automation integrator statistics: Organization membership
Professional affiliations in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide are as follows.
Oak Brook, IL – Professional affiliations in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide
27.6% ISA, the Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society;
20.0% Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers;
14.4% Control System Integrators Association;
9.3% Underwriters Laboratories;
8.7% Industrial Computing Society (ISA);
8.3% Control Systems Society (IEEE);
7.8% Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IEEE);
7.5% American Society of Mechanical Engineers;
6.8% Society of Manufacturing Engineers;
6.6% National Society of Professional Engineers;
6.0% National Fire Protection Association; and
5.7% International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers.
Source for this information is the 2008 Control Engineerin g Automation Integrator guide, mailed with the December 2007 North American edition of Control Engineering . Listings are regularly updated and may be searched anytime with a multiparameter search function.
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