ISA Expo 2004: More than 500 companies to exhibit at fall event

Two technical conferences, a comprehensive products and services exhibit, and a continuing education and training program are among the highlights of ISA Expo 2004, slated for Houston this fall.

07/15/2004


Two technical conferences, a comprehensive products and services exhibit, and a continuing education and training program are among the highlights of ISA Expo 2004 , slated for Houston this fall. The major automation and control event will take place October 5-7 and is expected to showcase state-of-the-art technologies from more than 500 exhibitors.

The Expo is making an encore appearance in Houston after more than 14,500 attended last year’s gathering. Representatives are once again expected from a diverse range of industries, including chemicals/petrochemicals, food, pharmaceuticals, industrial machinery, power generation, water and waste management, and system integration. Features of Expo 2004 include an automation IT pavilion, industrial communications pavilion, and a sensors pavilion. More than 100 technical sessions will focus on core automation topics and include symposia on network and system security, productivity and asset management, and industrial communications and networking.

ISA Expo 2004 is sponsored by ISA—The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society. Click here for more information or to register for the event .

—Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, Control Engineering, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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