ISA Expo 2004: Photos from the show floor
Houston, TX—Hundreds of exhibits at ISA Expo 2004 featured thousands of innovative solutions and services. Here are photos of some of the most significant announcements, product launches, and demonstrations.
Houston, TX— Hundreds of exhibits at ISA Expo 2004 featured thousands of innovative solutions and services. Here are photos of some of the most significant announcements, product launches, and demonstrations.
Chris Lyden, of Invensys Process Systems, introduces a variety of new solutions from Foxboro, Wonderware, and other divisions of Invensys during the company’s press conference at ISA Expo 2004.
Dan McQueen, president of Fluid Components International (FCI), sets up his firm’s new ST50 insertion-type flowmeter, which combines a thermal flow-sensing element with optimized features, on the show floor at ISA Expo 2004.
Eric Byres, of the British Columbia Institute of Technology, moderates a panel discussion, “Automation Systems: an Achilles Heel to Our National Infrastructures,” on the first day of ISA Expo 2005.
Chuck Stern, of Servomex, checks out the 2700 combustion gas analyzer demonstration in his company’s exhibit at ISA Expo 2004.
Rich Timoney, president and CEO of the Fieldbus Foundation (FF), speaks about his organization’s 10th anniversary, James O. Gray scholarship winners, and other milestones during FF’s press conference at ISA Expo 2004.
Frank Ruiz, inventor of Parker Hannifin’s IntraFlow modular process control system, shows how the components work in Parker’s semi-trailer-based exhibit outside the Reliant Center at ISA Expo 2004.
Rick Frauton, of United Electric Controls, demonstrates his firm’s One Series two-wire electronic temperature pressure switch on the show floor.
David Purtill, of DPAC Technologies (right), shows the firm’s new wireless solutions to Barrett and Linda Davis, of the Automation Co. LLC (left), during ISA Expo 2004.
Tina Miteko and T.J. Roe, of GarrettCom, set up their exhibit’s Fault Timing Analysis solution.
Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor