October 2006 Update
1 – Membership Meeting -
Tuesday – October 24,
Time: 6:00 PM - Dinner (Cash Bar & Dinner)
7:00 PM - Technical
- 397 Centennial Parkway North -
Follow this link for a map and directions to the Pinetree
Dinner cost is $5 for ISA Members and $15 for non-members.
Please be sure to confirm your dinner
Reserve your space for dinner and confirm your attendance via:
- Submitting the online
Attendance Confirmation form -or-
- E-Mail message to
Jack Vincent -or -
- Telefax sent to the attention of Jack Vincent - (519) 304-0488
- Telephone Jack Vincent - (519) 304-0489
Laser Based Instrumentation Solutions
competition continues to intensify, greatly impacting the profitability
and product quality of steel, aluminum and other non-ferrous producers.
As a result, metal producers are driven to improve productivity and
efficiency of their mills, while also increasing product quality to meet
growing demands of customers. In addition, line builders and engineering
companies responsible for electrical, instrumentation and control (EIC)
have to meet ever increasing mill performance guarantees. One factor
that can improve mill productivity and efficiency, and increase product
quality, is the ability to measure speed and length with higher
resolution and accuracy so that the process can be controlled more
precisely, within tighter manufacturing tolerances.
As laser technology continues to improve, the accuracy and reliability
of speed and length measurements continue to improve with it. Our guest
speaker will elaborate on this topic in further detail.
(Regional Sales Mgr. -
Beta LaserMike B.A. Economics, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, M.B.A.,
Northern Illinois University)
Bill spent 20 years with TSI Inc. selling and marketing research and
process control instrumentation. He has worked with Beta LaserMike for
the last 3 years selling and marketing LaserSpeed instrumentation for
- Glen Taylor Joins Our Executive Board
ISA Hamilton Section
is pleased to announce that Glen C. Taylor has agreed to join our
executive team as our new Standards and Practices Chairperson. Glen has
been active with the ISA over the years, holding the D-13 Standards &
Practices position at one point. Please feel free to drop Glen a line to
say hello or to discuss how we can better serve the instrumentation,
systems and automation community through the Standards of ISA.
Glen can be reached at
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our
Executive Board web
page for additional contact details.
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