Global Process Automation (GPA) is pleased to announce that Daniel Lee, VP of Operations, will speak at the Pulp & Paper forum for the second time at the upcoming 2017 Automation Fair held by Rockwell Automation in Houston, TX. This forum is scheduled for Thursday, November 16 from 9AM until 11AM.
Mr. Lee will be speaking about GPA’s experience with legacy DCS migrations that utilize PlantPAx with a major Pulp and Paper client. By implementing a “Rock-solid” system, the client was able to realize a number of benefits to their business including: reduced life-cycle costs, increased effectiveness in troubleshooting and the ability to make faster decisions thanks to the availability of more data.
Mr. Lee’s position as VP of Operations with GPA puts him in a unique position to speak on DCS migrations as well as many other topics related to industrial process control, automation, data acquisition, visualization and process automation. Along with business development, operational management, and customer relations management, Mr. Lee is integral to custom system design, layout, scheduling, and engineering support for large control system projects.
About Global Process Automation
Global Process Automation (GPA) is headquartered in Wilmington, NC with satellite offices in VA, WA, TX, TN, AL and AR. GPA is a recognized leader in process automation, process control, technology services, cybersecurity, and data analytics. Its mission is to work seamlessly with businesses to assess, troubleshoot, and devise a detailed plan which steadily supports business’ ROI. GPA enables clients to: bridge the gap between process control and information systems, gain visibility and identify opportunities for process optimization and achieve the highest possible level of automation, control and productivity.
GPA has been involved in the pulp and paper, life science, and specialty chemical industries for over 20 years. GPA is staffed with over 40 engineers, many of which are factory trained, who bring years of process control experience to all facets of automation projects. Working with many leading DCS platforms, GPA has designed, engineered, integrated, and migrated many legacy DCS systems to modern platforms – which are needed in today’s ever-evolving environment. With their strong IT staff, who understand the unique needs of process control, GPA is able to provide its clients with leading edge solutions in data analytics, networking, data center design and development. GPA’s engineers stay current with existing and emerging technologies enabling new business capabilities in a cost-effective way. Whether it is building new system infrastructures or integrating controls into an existing platform, their engineering team will design a solution to optimize processes and operations to maximize business performance. For more information on Global Process Automation, visit www.global-business.net.