Groups bring expertise to co-located events at ISA
Seven organizations will co-locate their events at the 2009 ISA Expo on Oct. 6–8 at the Reliant Center in Houston. The Presentations at this year's ISA Expo include:
Seven organizations will co-locate their events at the 2009 ISA Expo on Oct. 6%%MDASSML%%8 at the Reliant Center in Houston.
The Presentations at this year's ISA Expo include:
ARC Advisory Group will host an Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) Knowledge Exchange and Technology Showcase that includes a series of educational workshops and presentations by ARC analysts, end users and leading technology suppliers.
The Committee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology industry2Grid (I2G) Summit will provide an overview of NIST and I2G SmartGrid activities.
The Measurement, Control & Automation Association (MCAA), the industry's trade association, will hold an Industry Breakfast.
The OpenO&M demonstration is a collaborative effort with POSC Caesar, FIATECH and key ISO Working Groups, as well as leading solutions suppliers.
OpenO&M will also conduct an Executive Summit for those with strategic accountability for plant and platform performance.
Microsoft and the Microsoft Manufacturing User Group will hold their annual Worldwide Manufacturing Operations Forum.
The Houston SmartPlant Instrumentation group of Intergraph's SmartPlant Instrumentation Automation Software users.
WBF, the Organization for Production Technology, will offer two seminars: Non-Stop 88 — Applying Batch Methods to Continuous and Discrete Processes and "Getting Real" with ISA-95 and B2MML: Implementation Case Studies.
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