Technologies for regulatory compliance

Regulatory compliance is an issue which is becoming increasingly critical for manufacturers. To help you avoid unnecessary penalties, this Webcast will examine existing technologies and processes that can be employed to help ensure compliance, including: Discussion Host: David Greenfield, editorial director, Control Engineering Discussion Panelists: Christian Fritz, product manager for motion ...

10/01/2009


Regulatory compliance is an issue which is becoming increasingly critical for manufacturers. To help you avoid unnecessary penalties, this Webcast will examine existing technologies and processes that can be employed to help ensure compliance, including:

  • Use of wireless sensor networks to monitor process applications and environmental factors for regulatory compliance.

  • Product development guidelines manufacturers must follow to stay in compliance with federal regulations.

Discussion Host: David Greenfield, editorial director, Control Engineering

Discussion Panelists: Christian Fritz, product manager for motion control and mechatronics, National Instruments; and Nick Butler, product marketing engineer for the Wireless Sensor Network Platform, National Instruments

The Webcast can be viewed at: tinyurl.com/cewebcast-compliance09 .





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