Upcoming ISA Expo to provide automation and control knowledge
Keynotes, other briefings available to all attendees
ISA Expo 2008 arrives at the Reliant Center in Houston Oct. 14-16, focused on the technology and techniques of automation and control. Organized around the six core themes central to automation and control, the show
In addition to the exhibition, other open-to-all attractions include X-Pod briefings and Keynote presentations by UC-Berkeley’s Kris Pister , George Washington University’s David Nagel and University of Houston’s John Lienhard . Attendees will learn about the solutions, ideas, and real-world applications that help others manage automation and control challenges.
Watch for more news on ISA Expo 2008 in the August and September issues of Plant Engineering .
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