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Using ISA standards for Instrumentation Design and Documentation Software
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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Dec 14, 2022 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Vilas Desai ‎
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 ‎
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.‎