What is SMART instrumentation? The definition and implementation of "SMART Instrumentation" has evolved over the past five or six decades to its present state where we can literally and figuratively put cruise control on a bicycle; however, it does not ride itself. Proper implementation of a monitoring and control scheme for even a very small system can generate terabytes of useful information per year, all of it meaningless unless correlated, analyzed, trended, structured, and most importantly, acted upon. In this interactive online course, we will discuss the quality and performance specifics, operational reliability, environmental safeguards, and safety risks for control and monitoring systems using SMART instrumentation. We will also cover the reduced costs that can be obtained using SMART instrumentation.
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Dr. Keyser has more than 37 years’ experience in chemical and biochemical processing, including 26 years in water and wastewater systems process design and implementation. He has been responsible for all phases of projects from process conception through system start-up. He is currently the owner and principal investigator of Key Solutions, Inc. http://key-solutions-inc.com/About_GEK.html
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