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EIN Jenny Schneider 400Jenny Ng is a Business Development Manager for the Power Solutions Division of Schneider Electric. Thus far, she has spent the whole of her career in the energy sector in various roles.

 

 

PB CA Alexander2 400

Chad Alexander is a Branch Manager with Contact Automation, which provides automation integration and control services for the Oil & Gas industry throughout Western Canada and Northwestern United States.

 

 

PBSI Milner 400Rob Milner is the Canadian National Science, Automation, Optical Gas Imaging & sUAS Manager for FLIR. Rob took some time out of his busy schedule to discuss his career and provide some insight on the industry with Panel Builder & Systems Integrator.

 

 

 

Jon Watson Eramosa 400After attending Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario for Electrical Engineering Technology and Automated Systems, Jon Watson began as a System Integrator at Eramosa Engineering right out of school.

 

 

 

Chris Beharrell Exceed 400

Chris Beharrell is a Control Systems Engineer for Exceed Electrical Engineering, a company he founded earlier this year along with Joshua Laye.

 

 

 

DavidBlake 400At 68-years young, David is a veteran of the industry, spending the majority of his 40-year career with Electrozad dealing with automation related components, dating back to the introduction of PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers).

 

 

 

PBSI Omar Vineland 400

Omar Abdelzaher is Systems Integration Project Manager with an impressive resume thus far in the industry. Currently, he leads the Robotics & Automation - Systems Integration team, a new venture for Vineland Research and Innovation Centre.

 

 

Core logoJustin Harris is a Programmer/Electrician for COREngineering, a New Brunswick based mechanical engineering firm that specializes in the design of custom equipment.

 

 

 

Sparaga SparkPower 400Spark Power Corp. is one of North America’s leading independent providers of integrated electrical power services and solutions.

 

 

 

RBT logo 400RBT Electrical & Automation, located in Brantford, Ontario, provides a full service of electrical contracting along with providing automation and control services in the commercial and industrial sectors.

 

 

 

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JMP Solutions and Control Station Announce Exclusive Collaboration Focused on Optimizing Manufacturing Output and Efficiency

JMP SolutionsJMP Solutions and Control Station are joining forces to provide process and control loop audit services for manufacturing environments in order to identify and optimize problematic and underperforming control loops. The partnership leverages the complementary skillsets of JMP’s expert process engineering and project management competency combined with Control Station’s proprietary process analytics platform which, will work in synergy to identify and correct PID loop related sources of inefficiency and sub-optimal performance.

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