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:

09/01/2009


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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