"Process Control Academy 2005", 27 - 29 September 2005, Leicester, UK

The ACTC and Emerson Process Management are pleased to announce the following new training and awareness event:
"Process Control Academy 2005"
27 - 29 September 2005, Leicester, UK http://www.isc-ltd.com/processacademy
This event will provide a valuable and unique overview of enhanced process control and plant monitoring techniques through end-user application stories and overviews of the latest software tools. The focus is on techniques that provide a competitive advantage through greater reliability, robustness and performance, making the event of interest to process control engineers, plant managers and operation/production staff.
The Process Control Academy combines both traditional training (day 1) and workshop presentations from industrial engineers (days 2 and 3), and you can attend whichever days you like.
Day 1 - "Getting the Basics Right" - This is the ACTC's highly regarded Introduction to Process Control training course, providing a suitable introduction for those new to process control.
Day 2 - "Turning Advanced Control into Applied Control" - This day will see the introduction and application of model predictive control, the most widely employed advanced strategy for difficult to control processes. The problem of coping with process nonlinearities, such as pH will also be covered. The final part of the day looks at new methods for extracting valuable information from the mass of data that today's control systems produce.
Day 3 - "Realising Improvements to your Process" - The final day addresses issues about how to make control work and how to keep it working, including the automatic assessment of the performance and condition of your control loops, and methods for justifying in and bringing about improvements to your control system.
Full details of the event agenda, on-line registration, details of hotels and travel directions can be found at http://www.isc-ltd.com/processacademy
Please feel free to circulate this information anybody you feel might be interested. We hope to see you there.
Andy Clegg Applied Control Technology Consortium 50 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1QE Tel: (+44) 0141 553 1111 Fax: (+44) 0141 553 1232 email: snipped-for-privacy@isc-ltd.com http://www.isc-ltd.com/actc
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