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Tri D. Lai and Michael D. Williams Siemens PCS 7 Certified
Applied Control Engineering, Inc. (ACE) is pleased to announce that earlier this year Tri D. Lai and Michael D. Williams became Siemens PCS 7 certified. As a Siemens Solution Partner, ACE is required to have two certified engineers on staff. With Tri and Michael joining the ranks of previously certified Andrew J. Pauls and Kenneth F. Pilotti, ACE now has a total of four certified engineers spread across our Delaware Valley, Gulf Coast, and New England offices.
Certified engineers are trained biennially on how to create PCS 7 systems using Siemens’ latest product versions and best practices. Testing is rigorous and includes both written and practical sections. The resulting product and system expertise combined with ACE’s application and industry know-how gives our customers ideal solutions implemented with minimal risk.
ISPE Recognizes ACE’s Bill Dugary
In recognition of their volunteer efforts and accomplishments over the past year, the Young Professionals Committee was named the ISPE 2012 Committee of the Year. As a member of both the local and national committees, ACE’s Bill Dugary was recognized by ISPE for his contributions, especially in regards to Student Affairs. ACE is proud to support ISPE and the many other professional societies that our employees and customers are involved with.
ACE Listed Among System Integrator Giants of 2012
For over twenty years, Applied Control Engineering, Inc. (ACE) has worked with manufacturing and engineering professionals in every aspect of process control, manufacturing automation, and systems integration. During that time, ACE has become a recognized leader in our field, repeatedly being recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the industry.
Most recently, ACE was ranked 16th on CFE Media’s table of System Integrator Giants of 2012. The list was compiled based on surveys sent to the over 2,300 engineering firms in Control Engineering's Automation Integrator Guide. Each responder provided details about the size, engineering specialties, professional affiliations, products used, industries and areas served, educational opportunities offered to employees, and challenges they face.