ISA Cleveland Section Agenda
11:00 AM - Noon
Noon - 12:15 PM
12:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Topic 1: 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Topic 1: 2:15 - 3:15 PM
Topic 1: 3:30 - 4:30 PM
4:45 - 5:00 PM
1 Technical Development Hour (PDH) will be given to those attending each of two programs, for a total of 2 Technical Development Hours.
About the Event:
Three presentations will be available; each attendee may choose two. You must sign up using our online registration form below.
In room Appetizers and Soft Drinks will be provided in the Vendors Area
- Cocktail Meatballs and Sausage: Served with Tomato Sauce and Parmesan Cheese
- Vegetable Spring Rolls: Miniature spring rolls, served crispy with sweet-chili sauce
- Vegetable Crudites and Cheese: Assortment of julienned vegetables, Domestic and Imported Cheeses with assorted crackers and Artisan breads
- Chicken Fingers: Hand Breaded Tenders with Italian Herb Bread Crumbs, served with Dijon Mayo and Ranch Dressings
This program will not be recorded.
You must preregister for this event to receive a PDH, no online attendance option will be provided.
To register for this event click here
Please register no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.
About the Topics:
ICS Security - How to Achieve Maximum "Bang for Your Buck" and Lower Your Risk
As OT networks become even more connected to IT networks, we'll see more cyber activities that attack OT devices and networks and may even traverse into the IT network.
How do we achieve cyber security in this environment? How do we get the most "bang for our buck"? How do we ensure that we are lowering our risk?
On Line Electric Motor Diagnostic Techniques
This program will focus on industrial electric motors, and how on-line Large HP Electric Motor diagnostic techniques (Motor Circuit Evaluator MCE, infra-red thermography,
and vibration analysis) can be used to detect the early onset of problems. It will also focus on how this technique lends itself to prescriptive maintenance techniques.
Discussion: Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 leverages advances in technology to accelerate preventative maintenance and real-time feedback on other process dynamics to achieve major advances in
manufacturing efficiency. Let's discuss what you are doing in this exciting time and what this can mean to your operations.
About the Speakers:
Steve Roseing, ASMGi
Mr. Steven H. Roesing is a seasoned IT Executive with over 30 years of experience in technology business management, M&A, engineering, and project management for
industrial control technology, information technology, information architecture, cyber-security, and emerging technologies. His experience spans multiple industries,
with a focus on Healthcare, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Legal, and Higher-Education, for large and mid-market enterprises as well as startups.
He is currently the President and CEO of ASMGi, a global provider of technology solutions where his duties include strategic vision, corporate oversight, and operational excellence.
Most recently, he has launched Practical Innovation Labs, an operating model to assist enterprises with proving use cases for IoT, Edge Computing, Advanced Analytics, and AI/ML
technology solutions, considering both operational excellence and security.
Prior to ASMGi, he founded and ran @industry, Inc., a Web technology company providing online marketplace, e-commerce, online catalogs, and information management solutions.
Before founding @industry, he spent over 10 years in the process control industry, on large design/build projects for DuPont, BP, and various steel manufacturing companies.
Mr. Roesing has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. He holds certifications as a
Professional Engineer, Holistic Information Security Practitioner, and Certified Risk and Information Systems Control professional. He is a personal and/or corporate member or
associate of various industry and topic-specific associations, and holds a board position at ISA and Third-Party Risk Institute.
Donald Brown, NASA Glen
Don Brown, PE, is a lifelong resident of northeastern Ohio and graduated from Fenn College of Engineering of the Cleveland State University BEE class of 85. Don is also a
registered engineer (PE) in the state of Ohio. He has worked at Cleveland Machine Controls, and United States Steel Lorain Works prior to working at the NASA Glenn Research
Center for the past 34 years in the Facilities Division. He is currently the Electrical Process System Manager responsible for the Large Electrical Motors, associated
motor control systems, and emergency and backup power supply systems including UPS systems and Generators. He is also responsible for managing the Variable Frequency Power
system located in the Glenn Research Center Engine Research Building. As a system manager, Mr. Brown spearheaded numerous projects to implement solid-state excitation systems,
automate the variable frequency power system, and monitor and control the Power demand via automatic power factor controls to aid with overall Glenn Research Power demands while
supporting the research customers.
Mr. Brown has also been very active in the International Society of Automation and Control by serving as the local Cleveland Section education chairman, secretary, president,
national delegate, and on several committees over his 25 years of membership. He has presented several papers on topics such as Solid-State Excitation Control for Synchronous Motors,
Using Synchronous Condensers for automatic power factor control, and online condition monitoring of electrical motors at ISA national Symposiums and Section Meetings.