HOUSTON - AVEVA will be exhibiting at the upcoming 67th Annual Instrumentation Symposium for the Process Industries at Texas A&M University Jan. 24-26, 2012 in College Station, Texas.

“There’s not a single part of any process plant that is not covered by instrumentation,” said William Muldoon, AVEVA’s executive vice president, North America. "AVEVA has an exciting story to tell about how we can solve many of the problems plants are facing with their instrumentation; things such as lack of change management, wiring limitations, poor visualization, etc. This routinely leads to wasted time and productivity, something no plant can afford”.

AVEVA will be exhibiting its instrumentation solution at the conference, held at the university’s Rudder Tower and Theatre. These solutions are part of AVEVA’s larger portfolio of Integrated Engineering & Design products which provide a comprehensive range of 3D design and engineering applications which dramatically improve project control and efficiency.

“Our instrumentation solution cuts project and operating costs for the process plant and raise productivity,” Muldoon explained. “We achieve this through a simple, yet powerful interface that parallels the natural workflow of engineers and designers. For example, within a single graphical environment, AVEVA Instrumentation users can create and edit loop diagrams, schedules and terminations. This integration enables rigorous, automated change management, eliminating remedial rework”.

Muldoon added, “AVEVA Instrumentation is rapidly capturing market share in this space, and at this Symposium, attendees will see firsthand why more and more customers are opting for AVEVA Instrumentation”. 

The Instrumentation Symposium for the Process Industries features technical presentations and booths designed to educate professionals and students involved in instrumentation operations, engineering and maintenance in industrial process plants across the Southwest.

To learn more about the Texas A&M University Instrumentation Symposium, visit http://instrumentation-symposium.tamu.edu/