ISA EXPO 2005: Automation, Control, Inspiration

ISA EXPO 2005, North America’s event for automation and control professionals, will take place on October 25-27 at McCormick Place Lakeside Center in Chicago, Ill. With practitioners from over 70 countries, ISA EXPO features the largest and most comprehensive products and services exhibition, a cutting-edge technical conference, and an exceptional continuing education and training program.
ISA EXPO 2005 will feature over 500 exhibitors showcasing their state-of-the-art technologies, products, and services to thousands of industry professionals in today’s automation and control market. Special features at ISA EXPO 2005 include:
The Sensors Fair, grown from the Sensors Pavilion, is located in a prominent area of the exhibit floor, and will showcase all sensors and related technologies, in both process and discrete applications.
The Industrial Communications Pavilion highlighting data communications technologies from wireless data links to fiber optic Ethernet switches, and connectivity between device and process control and management systems.
The Discrete Optimization Pavilion - new to ISA EXPO in 2005. This exciting new pavilion will be teeming with products and technologies that increase ROI by cutting manufacturers’ downtime, increasing productivity and eliminating waste in the manufacturing process.
The ISA EXPO 2005 Technical Conference will feature informative sessions focusing on core automation and control topics, including:
* Manufacturing & Control Systems Security
* Industrial Networking & Communications
* Automation & Control Strategies
* Safety & Reliability
* Productivity & Asset Management
* Field Devices – Sensing and Measurement
* Managing in Automation
Conference attendees will gather the information needed to increase their knowledge, understanding, and performance.
In addition to the technical conferences and exhibition, ISA EXPO 2005 will feature education and training programs, special forums, and daily keynote addresses.
ISA EXPO 2005 is sponsored by ISA -- The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society. For more information about ISA EXPO 2005 or to register, go to


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