Automation Unplugged: Pintos Perspectives, Pointers, and Prognostications (Paperback)Jim Pinto (author)
Paperback 205 Pages / Published: 01/10/2003
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If you have heard industry pundit Jim Pinto speak, or read his barbed writings or laugh-out-loud poems, or subscribe to his popular e-newsletter, you'll enjoy his new book. It's loaded with critical analysis of the changing face of industrial automation; predictions about future automation technology trends including Pinto's provoking prognostications on what major supplier companies will survive, and what ones won't; the best of his articles on marketing and distribution; and his highly rated fieldbus commentary. Of course, the book also includes the best-of-the-best poems from the recognized "poet laureate of instrumentation." The book has a special Introduction by Dick Morley, noted technology guru and father of the PLC. Each of 5 sections is introduced by a noted automation industry personality. Industrial Automation Majors, the good, the bad and the ugly - Introduced by John Berra, President Emerson Process Marketing, Sales and Distribution Perspectives - Introduced by Frank Williams, CEO of I/O Select Future of Automation Technology Technology - Gee Whiz! - Introduced by Bud Keyes, Senior Vice President, Emerson Process Industrial Networks - this bus is for you - Introduced by Dick Caro, CMC Associates, Chairman of ISA SP50 and formerly of IEC Fieldbus Standards Committees Pinto's Industrial Poetry - Introduced by Greg Hale, Editor, InTech
Number of pages: 205
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 222 x 152 x 13 mm
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