If you are interested in knowing the significance of using ISA standards and the symbols and codes in your projects, then this presentation is for you.
In just 45 minutes, you will understand why
- Companies should adopt and advocate for common standards to allow greater collaboration and interoperability.
- Projects should adopt documentation automation methods and tools to make work more efficient and improve quality and reliability.
- Projects should ensure their documentation practices and tools are on a sound footing before being subjected to constant change, to ensure that time and budget is managed.
If you are an instrumentation engineer, maintenance engineer in process industries, consultant and EPC in process industries or an automation engineer, you’ll want to register for this event.
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About the Speakers
Vilas Desai offers expert consultation in instrumentation, industrial controls and automation projects. He has executed over 300 projects and worked in this domain for 36+ years. Vilas is the innovator of PlantWorx, an instrumentation designer and documentation software tool that reaches the hearts of hundreds of thousands of engineers resolving their pain areas in the most simplistic manner.
Steve Mustard is an independent automation consultant and a subject matter expert of the International Society of Automation (ISA). Backed by more than 30 years of engineering experience, Steve specializes in the development and management of real-time embedded equipment and automation systems. He serves as president of National Automation, Inc., and served as the 2021 president of ISA.
In addition, Steve writes and presents on a wide array of technical topics and is the author of Mission Critical Operations Primer, published by ISA. He has also contributed to other technical books, including the Water Environment Federation’s Design of Water Resource Recovery Facilities, Manual of Practice No.8, sixth edition.