Controlling Interests Editors' Blog
Rosemount's venerable RS3 DCS and the even more venerable PROVOX system originally designed for Monsanto by (its then wholly owned subsidiary) Fisher Controls were formally retired last night at a party thrown by Emerson Process Management at Emerson Exchange.
Here's the expanded version of the Exchange Reporter from the show yesterday.
Looking Under the Hood: Micro Motion Integrates Solartron Product LIne #EMRex #pauto #automation #product management
It took seven years and significant skull sweat but Micro Motion has managed a very difficult integration project, rationalizing the Solartron Mowbray vibrating tube density and viscosity meters and integrating them into the Micro Motion production and sales program.
"Lots to see," said Emerson CSO Peter Zornio, as he guided us deftly into the Technology Zone.
The Chinese Automation Giant, Hollysys, says its nuclear JV has received more orders for automation systems for nuke plants in China.
It's Not an Iron Man Suit-- It's Better! @Yaskawa partners with ARGO Medical #medical #pauto #automation #robotics
Yaskawa Electric, a major robotics provider, makes significant investment in ARGO Medical's ReWalk Exoskeleton device to help paraplegics walk.
Mark Twain said, "Never pick a fight with a man who buys ink by the barrel." So why do PR firms do the same stupid things?
@SME's PRIME school curriculum makes #STEM students want to learn math #pauto #automation #education
When kids want to learn algebra or how to solve complex problems, you know a school is doing something right. Welcome to the PRIME model schools.
For those who love syndicated the game show Jeopardy, one of the subject question answers is Anagrams. This took me a long time to figure these out. Humor is the best medicine. So here’s another dose.
Book reviews: The History of a Safer World by Gary L. Wilkinson; SCADA and ME, by Robert M. Lee; The Distributor's Fee Based Services Manifesto, by Frank Hurtte