Innovations in process control systems, wireless monitoring devices, data collection, sensors, transmitters and instrumentation will be showcased during the 2011 Chem Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City from November 1-3.

Inside the Process Control and Automation Center on the show floor, chemical processing industry professionals will be able to see and touch the new products. In all, more than 400 exhibiting companies will display products and solutions to more than 5,000 national and international attendees. A hands-on, interactive event, the Chem Show focuses on a range of emerging technologies and key processing areas such as:
  • Process control and automation solutions.
  • Optimizing process efficiency.
  • Water/wastewater treatment.
  • Saving energy and sustainability.
 In addition to the activity on the show floor, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) is developing a comprehensive, solutions-focused conference program that will address developments such as nanotechnology and powder and bulk processing.