21 system integrators achieve CSIA Registration

The Control and Information System Integrators Association (CSIA) announced at its recent Executive Conference that 60 of its 201 members have achieved "registered" status.

By Control Engineering Staff June 3, 2004

The Control and Information System Integrators Association (CSIA) announced at its recent Executive Conference that 60 of its 201 members have achieved "registered" status. Registered members must meet stringent performance standards in general management, financial management, project management, quality management, human resources, business development, and technical management. An outside auditor measures each member’s performance in these areas against standards laid out in the CSIA’s Best Practices and Benchmarks Guidelines . All of these newly registered members passed their audits within the past year, which was twice as many as the year before. They newly registered members are:

  • Advanced Measurements Inc. (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

  • Alfautomazione (Milan, Italy)

  • AmFax Limited (Dorset, U.K.)

  • Automated Control & Technical Services (Bakersfield, CA)

  • Automation Horizons Inc. (Des Plaines, IL)

  • B & B Technologies Inc. (Albuquerque, NM)

  • Bloomy Controls Inc. (Windsor, CT)

  • Building Controls & Services Inc. (Tonawanda, NY)

  • Data Science Automation (Canonsburg, PA)

  • Emerson Process Control Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA)

  • Hallam Associates Inc. (South Burlington, VT)

  • Industrial Automation Engineering Inc. (Ham Lake, MN)

  • Konrad GmbH (Radolfzell, Germany)

  • MeasX GmbH & Co., KG (Moenchengladbach, Germany)

  • Peritec Company, Takasaki (Gunma-ken, Japan)

  • Pfeiffer Engineering Co. Inc. (Louisville, KY)

  • QDS Systems (Baton Rouge, LA)

  • Qualimatest SA (Geneva, Switzerland)

  • TransAmerican Automation Inc. (Houston, TX)

  • VI Engineering, Inc. (Farmington Hills, MI)

  • VI Technology (Austin, TX)

To contact these and other integrators, visit the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide .

—Jim Montague, news editor, Control Engineering, jmontague@reedbusiness.com