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OCTOBER 11, 2012

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Monsanto Case Study: Simulation Is Ideal for Adult Learning

Imagine you´re in charge of training at a plant with 375 employees. The average age of those employees is 46. Now, consider that 75 of those employees are eligible for retirement in 2012, and an additional 124 could retire in 2013. On top of that, the product you produce at this plant is combustible when combined with air. It goes without saying that, as training manager at this plant, getting new operators up to speed quickly is essential.

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@EmersonExchange #EMRex Forum Post: Pictures from Emerson Exchange Anaheim: Thanks to Rico Hernandez for these... http://goo.gl/fb/xQyrW
@CamDawnHewitt In class at #EMRex to learn about wireless automation. The next generation is here and exciting stuff!
@ChristopAmstutz Thanks to #BMS for sharing a true innovative application of Emerson technologies last night! #LifeSciences #itsneverbeendonebefore #EMRex
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OPERATIONS VIEW

iOps Center Remote Monitoring: An Expert Is Always Online

The main theater at the back of the Emerson Global Users Exchange Expo Hall featured an "iOps Center." Whether dubbed "Integrated Operations Center" or "Intelligent Operations Center," the demonstration showed how Emerson, third-party technologies and the Emerson solutions services division combine to enable advanced decision making for process industry operations personnel.

WIRELESS

Automate Manual Valves, Cost-Effectively

Most process plants have thousands of discrete valves that are manually operated. According to a survey of Emerson Process Management customers, 90 percent have had valve alignment issues in the past 12 months, meaning what the position they thought the valve was in, was incorrect. This resulted in spills, lost batches and safety incidents.

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INNOVATION

Bristol-Myers Squibb Receives Innovative Application Award

Life sciences attendees to the 2012 Emerson Global Users Exchange enjoyed a group dinner and witnessed global biopharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) receive the Recognition Award for Innovative Application of Emerson Technology—Life Sciences.

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