Rockwell CEO honored with ISA award

July 28, 2005
ISA will honor Keith D. Nosbusch with its Honorary Member award for achievements in science and research.
AS PART OFISA's mission to recognize individuals that set the standard for automation, the society will honor Keith D. Nosbusch with its most prestigious award -- Honorary Member -- at its annual Honors and Awards event to recognize industry leaders for achievements in science and research. Held in conjunction with ISA EXPO 2005, the awards gala will take place Oct. 24, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency downtown hotel in Chicago.

Nosbusch will be given the high honor in recognition of his distinguished leadership in the advancement of the arts and sciences of instrumentation, systems and automation. Nosbusch is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rockwell Automation and a member of the company's Board of Directors. With 31 years of leadership in the industry, Nosbusch has served as president of Rockwell Automation Control Systems and senior vice president, Control and Information Group, where he launched ControlLogix, an integrated control and information platform. 

Nosbusch's career began in 1974 when he joined Allen-Bradley as an application engineer. He has held increasingly more responsible roles in global market and business development, engineering and general management throughout the company. Nosbusch earned a Bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Master's degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.