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Message from The President
Setting The Standard for Automation
ISA provides a wide spectrum of services to its members ranging from the highly technical to the social and political.
The main objective of the Standards & Practices program of ISA is "To enhance instrumentation technology by preparing recommended practices which are competent, unbiased, widely acceptable and authoritative".
In the past, most corporations had large staffs of engineers and designers who worked on projects of all sizes and also developed and updated in-house standards.
In the 80's and the 90's , with the downsizing and decentralization of these corporations the central engineering staffs are being scaled down , hence the work on updating corporate standards suffered.
To keep up with the rapid development of the measurement and control technologies, the need for standards is more important than ever to insure good product quality and plant safety , also to make sure that all the pieces fit together during field construction.
Widely used ISA standards also help us in promoting our US made products and services in the global market place.
By supporting the S&P program by giving from your time and financial resources, we can all fill the void that has been created, and make sure our industries stay young, competent and competitive.
To see a list of all standards, please click the following web link to all ISA Standards :
Also, To get involved in working with our S&P program please contact me at:
Alex Habib, P.E
Central New Jersey section of ISA is a small but very active section and
known for its strong educational programs, plant tours and the annual Table Top
section is centered in Princeton New Jersey, where the first continental US
congress was held at Nassau Hall.
and the University are located in Central New Jersey which is the home of a wide
variety of (1)
pharmaceutical companies like Bristol Myers Squibb, Carter Wallace, Johnson and
Johnson, etc. (2) engineering firms - Washington Group International, being typical (3) telecommunication companies, and many
other high tech firms.
section also supports a monthly newsletter “The Transmitter”
We are pleased to invite you to our monthly educational sessions the last Thursday of each month. These meetings are free and start at 6:00 PM. Complimentary snacks and refreshments are served till 7:00 PM. During this time you will have an opportunity to meet with others in Instrumentation & Controls field . Meetings usually conclude about 8:00 PM.
Please send suggestions and comments to our Webmaster: Alex Habib, Phone: 732-742-7913