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    ISA Belgium FPID Symposium


     

    Two visionary and highly honored innovators- Peter Martin, Ph.D., (VicePresident of Business Value Solutions at Schneider Electric) and Paul McKenzie, Ph.D., (Vice President of Manufacturing and Technical Operations at Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson) will deliver keynote presentations at ISA's 2015 Food & Pharmaceutical Division (FPID) Symposium.

     

    Dr. Martin's presentation, titled "Applying Control Theory to the Real-Time Value Chain," will center on the need to more effectively apply automation strategies and solutions in order to achieve optimum results. Accomplishing this, he says, requires a better understanding of: the potential value from automation solutions; the barriers to attaining and demonstrating this value; and, the traditional business processes that require adjustment.

     

    Dr. Martin is a world-renowned expert in the field of automation, having held executive and technical positions in engineering, product and strategic planning, marketing, and training throughout his career. He is a recipient of the ISA Life Achievement Award and has been named as one of InTech magazine's 50 most influential innovators of all time in instrumentation and controls.


     

    Dr. McKenzie's presentation, titled "Using Data to Optimize Product Life Cycle," will focus on how organizations are recalibrating their knowledge management strategies through better use of information technologies. The result, he says, optimizes the product life cycle.

     

    In his current position, Dr. McKenzie leads the Janssen Supply Chain (JSC) internal manufacturing and External Supply Integration (ESI) functions, leveraging resources to ensure a balanced emphasis on quality, service, and cost control. Among the companies he worked for before joining J&J are Bristol-Myers Squibb and Merck.

     

    Technically packed program

     

    Gain exposure to 19 expert presentations by highly-regarded speakers, informative exhibits with heavy weight sponsors, and technical content fundamental to your day-to-day operations!

    See technical program here

     

    Two highly valuable ISA training courses

     

    Earn CEUs by attending one of the two optional ISA Training Courses being held in conjunction with the conference.

     

    Introduction to Applying the Batch Control Standard ANSI/ISA88.01 (IC40C)

     

    Implementing Enterprise/Control Integration Using ANSI/ISA95 Standards (IC55C)



     

    (Note that conference registrants can earn up to 12 PDHs by attending conference sessions; in addition, by taking an ISA training class, attendees can earn valuable CEUs.)

     

    Training will take place

    9 February, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    off-site at:

    Applied Control Engineering, Inc. (ACE)
2075 Quaker Pointe Drive
Quakertown, PA 18951

     

    Click here for more training information.

     

    Register today!

     

    Hotel arrangements

    ISA does not have a block of rooms reserved at discounted rates. To see a list of hotels in the area, check here.

     

    Exhibit and sponsorship opportunities

     

    Excellent exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact Carol Schafer at cschafer@isa.org for all the details