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Oct 2015

ITS presents at CPACT Research Day

On Tuesday 6th October 2015, ITS CEO Ken Primrose delivered an insightful and informative presentation on electrical tomography to dozens of delegates at the CPACT Research Day at the University of Strathclyde.

The Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (CPACT) was established by the Foresight Initiative in 1997, with the aim of supporting companies that are seeking advancements in the field of process control. Members of CPACT include leading universities, technology vendors, and UK-based research and manufacturing companies. The organisation hosts periodic research days (often based out of its facility at Strathclyde in Glasgow) that aim to further members’ understandings of the latest insights in process control technology, and provide opportunities for member companies to network with one another.

The most recent of these research days featured presentations on themes as diverse as applying PAT to batch production at different scales, the uses of spectroscopy, and multivariate analysis. The first presentation of the day was delivered by ITS’s CEO Ken Primrose on the principles and recent applications of electrical tomography in process control. What’s more, an additional presentation during the day was delivered by the University of Manchester, who shared research that they had gathered using one of ITS’s ERT systems.

Reflecting on his time at the CPACT Research Day, Ken remarked:

“It was a real pleasure to present at the CPACT Research Day, and it was great the see that our tomography solutions had such a strong presence. Delegates were very interested to hear about our products and how they have already been used in process control applications across a range of industries. I’m already looking forward to attending the next CPACT event.”

To learn more about how ITS tomography products are being used in process control applications, you can enquire online, send us an email, or call +44 (0) 161 832 9297