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AEM offers updated manuals and opens online store.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53202-4879
November 4, 2008 The AEM is offering new equipment safety manuals for pneumatic construction tools, augur boring machines, and compact tool carriers, as well as updates and foreign language editions to others. These, along with videos and related safety and training products, are available via an online store that allows customers to choose products, order, and track purchases. Also, some safety materials are offered in downloadable files or in DVD format.
Council approves name change and additional member benefit.
ISA (The Instrumentation Systems & Automation Society)    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
November 4, 2008 During annual meeting, ISA's Council of Society Delegates voted by overwhelming majority to change organization's name to International Society of Automation. New name ensures that when science and technology advance, Society will still have an identity that encompasses all current and future members. Council also approved $15 per year dues increase to accommodate two Technical Division Memberships for individual members, and updated policy on Section rebates.
ISA100.11a Draft Standard progresses.
ISA (The Instrumentation Systems & Automation Society)    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
November 4, 2008 ISA100 Committee on Wireless Systems for Automation completed committee ballot on second draft of proposed ISA100.11a standard. Ballot asked voting members to indicate whether they felt draft was suitable for issue as ISA standard, and invited comments from non-voting members of committee and general public. Supported by 63% of voters, ballot falls short of required 2/3 approval. Committee is now embarking on defined process of addressing comments via suitable revisions to draft.
ISA104 demonstrates enhanced interoperability with EDDL.
ISA (The Instrumentation Systems & Automation Society)    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
November 4, 2008 During ISA EXPO, several major automation vendors demonstrated EDDL solutions in their automation systems and for their devices. Electronic Device Description Language standard (IEC 61804-3) was created to support rich user interfaces for advanced diagnostics and sophisticated setup for multiple protocols. By integrating EDDL technology into automation systems, vendors increase effectiveness of device diagnostics by also making it accessible from operator consoles.
NEMA praises Congress in passing economic rescue package.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)    Rosslyn, VA 22209
November 4, 2008 NEMA praised House of Representatives for passing Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 by vote of 263-171. Rescue package includes provisions lobbied by NEMA that impact deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. Examples include extension through 2013 of energy-efficient commercial buildings tax deduction, extension and modification of renewable energy tax credit, and accelerated depreciation for smart meters and smart-grid systems.
Co-located Shows provide educational opportunities.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53202-4879
November 4, 2008 Scheduled for March 9-12, 2009 World of Asphalt Show and Conference and 2009 AGG1 Aggregates Forum and Expo will meet learning needs of industry professionals in aggregates, asphalt, highway maintenance, and traffic safety sectors. AGG1 Academy will offer aggregates-related learning opportunities in operations, safety, environment, technology, management, and community relations. People, Plants and Paving Training Program will cover latest methods in asphalt paving and production efficiencies.
Show Websites offer interactive personalized planning tools.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53202-4879
November 4, 2008 Websites have been updated for co-located 2009 AGG1 Aggregates Forum and Expo and 2009 World of Asphalt Show and Conference to provide industry professionals with latest information they need to fully participate in shows. Using interactive personalized Show Planner, attendees can organize their show activities, and through online directory, attendees can search for exhibitors by company name, booth number, type of product, company location, and keyword.
BIO HR Event to join 2009 BIO International Convention.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
November 3, 2008 Scheduled for May 17-19, 2009, BIO Human Resources Conference 2009 will include 2 days of sessions addressing HR needs and business challenges in biotech industry. In addition to opportunities for professional networking, program will feature State of the Biotech Industry Address and plenary breakfast, and keynote luncheon. Attendees will also have opportunity to attend BIO International Convention Welcome Reception, BIO Career Fair, and BIO International Convention Exhibition.
TMC awards diesel technician scholarship to WyoTech.
American Trucking Associations    Alexandria, VA 22314
November 3, 2008 Provided by WyoTech in partnership with Technology and Maintenance Council of American Trucking Associations, truck technician scholarship for 2008-2009 academic year was awarded to Brian G. Haines of Taneytown, MD. Scholarship is part of ongoing effort to promote and enhance professionalism of commercial vehicle technicians. WyoTech has been a charter donor of technician scholarships and active participant in PTDC in promoting interest in truck equipment maintenance field.
ATA opposes European Emissions Trading Scheme.
Air Transport Association Of America, Inc. (ATA)    Washington, DC 20004
November 3, 2008 In speech delivered before European Aviation Club, ATA President and CEO, James C. May, expressed opposition to European Parliament's Oct 24 final approval of legislation covering world's airlines under European Emissions Trading Scheme. He drew attention to proliferation of new aviation taxes and charges within EU, pointing out how these taxes and fees are counterproductive to ongoing environmental progress. May also emphasized that EU legislation violates international law.
AIA supports NextGen economic stimulus.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
November 3, 2008 In testimony submitted to House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, AIA's Vice President of Civil Aviation, Dan Elwell, stated that in today's economic downturn, civil aviation industry needs confidence that government's commitment to implement Next Generation Air Transportation System is real and on predictable schedule. According to Elwell, implementation of NextGen will dramatically improve air traffic efficiency.
NAM selects leaders for Education Council.
National Association Of Manufacturers (NAM)    Washington, DC 20004
October 31, 2008 The NAM has named more than 25 education leaders as charter members of the first-ever Education Council. Members will focus on identifying solutions to address the adult literacy crisis, designing regional manufacturing talent development systems, creating 21st century career and technical education programs, and advancing innovation in the manufacturing economy. These educators and officials represent K-12, community and technical colleges, and 4-year colleges and universities.
ATA responds to DOT's airport slot auction rationalization.
Air Transport Association Of America, Inc. (ATA)    Washington, DC 20004
October 31, 2008 According to ATA, DOT attempted another rationale in support of its desire to force untested, controversial slot auctions at NY-area airports. DOT claims that since New York is not a competitive market, auctions are necessary to increase competition and lower fares. Port Authority of NY and NJ, who vehemently oppose auctions, estimate that fares could increase by as much as 12% and as many as 30 small- and medium-sized markets could lose service to NY under illegal DOT auction scheme.
BIO announces venue for 2009 World Congress.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
October 31, 2008 Scheduled for July 19-22, 2009, World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing will take place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Speakers are invited to submit proposals for variety of tracks, including biofuels and bioenergy technologies; renewable feedstocks and sustainability; renewable chemicals and biomaterials; fine chemicals, food ingredients, pharmaceuticals, and personal care; and business development, infrastructure, and public policy.
NAM to hold post-election briefing on November 5.
National Association Of Manufacturers (NAM)    Washington, DC 20004
October 31, 2008 The NAM and the Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC) will conduct a comprehensive review and analysis of the 2008 election results, including the role of the business community in key races, the impact on the economic agenda of manufacturers, and the new political landscape. Led by John Engler, Jay Timmons, Greg Casey, and Bernadette Budde, it will take place from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm on Wednesday, November 5, in Washington D.C.
NTSB issues 2009 most wanted list of safety improvements.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
October 31, 2008 The NTSB 2009 Federal Most Wanted List of Safety Improvements offers recommendations to improve EMS flight operations as well as runway safety. Requirements to improve flight safety in icing conditions and for cockpit image recorders are included. It also adds the need to restrict use of cell phones by motorcoach drivers and to add data recorders on trains, though fatigue on trains was removed. However, the need to address this in aviation, marine, and pipeline operations is emphasized.
TRFA elects officers to 2009 Board of Directors.
Thermoset Resin Formulators Association (TRFA)    Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
October 31, 2008 TRFA has announced new officers for 2009, they are: President: Dr. Vinay Mishra, ITW Devcon; Vice President: Valerie Walker, Crosslink Technology, Inc.; Secretary/Treasurer: Jason Tuerack, Broadview Technologies, Inc.; and Immediate Past President: John Cech, CVC Thermoset Specialties. As TRFA president, Mishra, who serves as Research & Development Manager for ITW Devcon, will promote the organization's mission to "serve the needs of thermoset formulators and suppliers."
Engler says investment in infrastructure will create jobs.
National Association Of Manufacturers (NAM)    Washington, DC 20004
October 30, 2008 Addressing House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, NAM President, John Engler said "public investments that improve and modernize our transportation infrastructure at this time of great uncertainty will help prepare the nation for its rebound by keeping steel mills going, cement trucks rolling, equipment manufacturing lines moving, and Americans employed." Engler said there is an infrastructure crisis and need for 25-year strategy beyond short term fixes.
SME introduces fluid power to middle and high school students.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
October 30, 2008 SME and NFPA have announced partnership to address unmet need for engineers with knowledge of higher automation and computer-based intelligence. In summer 2009, fluid power concepts will be integral to new curriculum offered in science, technology, engineering, and manufacturing education for middle and high school students. Initial plans are to introduce curriculum at youth-based engineering programs offered by SME Education Foundation through Gateway Academies, and sMe Institute.
SME premiers Composite Tooling Design DVD.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
October 30, 2008 Written by Louis Dorworth of Abaris Training Resources Inc, Composite Tooling Design DVD is intended to educate viewers about composite tooling fundamentals. Composite Tooling Design segment delves into use of CAD for composites and introduces viewer to various types of support tools, while Tooling Materials segment provides overview of materials used to produce composite tooling. Tooling Design section outlines relevant topics including draft angle requirements and spring-in issues.

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