ABB's financial reports were announced yesterday in Zurich, for the most recent quarter:
We've posted some updates about this horrific incident here. Once again, we wish to extend our condolences to the ABB family, and to all the victims and their families.
My colleague, Jim Montague, trying to get home from New York, just sent this update on the ABB St. Louis plant. Seems the death toll is now four, including the alleged shooter.
If you've been paying attention today, you already know that big news here in the Midwest, besides the snow, is the shooting at the ABB plant in St. Louis. The story is still developing, as we say in the press, and it's dangerous to draw any kind of hard-and-fast...
Another update as details emerge. This just gets worse. http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-national/20100107/US.Business.Shooting.St.Louis/
Here is the latest update on the shooting at the ABB transformer plant in St Louis. This comes from the Chicago Tribune about 20 minutes ago. We'll keep following this as the situation develops.
At this writing details are sketchy...http://www.cnn.com//2010/CRIME/01/07/factory.shootings/index.html
There is new hope for End Users that a uniform interface to the rich information such as diagnostics and related material in smart instruments may soon be available. This is because a number of supplier companies have joined the FDI cooperation project that initially consisted of the major technology trade...
Tidying up my email in box tis morning--always a daunting task--and I found the release below. Happy Belated Birthday to commercial HVDC light. Who knew?
Here is a press release from Liz Patronella at the HART Communication Foundation detailing the outcome of the NAMUR testing at BASF Ludwigshafen: