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Puffer-Sweiven Presents at Emerson Global Users Exchange in Nashville

September 23, 2019

Emerson Global Users Exchange heads to Nashville, Tennessee in 2019 to the beautiful Gaylord Opryland Resort.

Emerson Global Users Exchange is more than an industry-leading technical conference. It is a community of process automation leaders committed to extracting the most from their automation investments and sharing their learning with each other.

Puffer-Sweiven was honored to have seven presenters at Emerson Global Users Exchange this year sharing their expertise across a variety of topics.

Sherry Camet, Sales Manager, presented on why we should not operate blind: A Case of Proactive vs. Reactive Rod-outs
Loyd Hilliard, Business Manager, Engineered Products, presented on ‘How Engineered Deadband allowed Flint Hills to perform online valve testing’
Matt Quintana, Account Manager, presented how ‘Ethernet IO card displaces PLCs for smart motor control centers’
Travis DeBenedetto, Account Manager, presented on ‘State Based Control for Plant Autostart Process Unit Modular Automation (PUMA)’
Brian Frame, Account Manager, presented ‘An Unexpected Data Journey: The Prescription for Prescriptive Analytics’
Todd Havlik, Account Manager, presented on how Shell Deer Park Increased Pressure Swing Adsorption Unit Reliability
Gary Rhodes, Site Team Leader, presented on Emerson Digital’s Twin: A Seamless Transition During Plant Commissioning & Startup

The 2020 Emerson Global Users Exchange will be held in Phoenix, Arizona while in 2021, it will return to Washington, DC.

For more information on Emerson Global Users Exchange 2019, visit Experience Emerson Exchange or Control Global’s articles of the event.