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What are the key areas on which every Electronics Instrumentation & Control Engineer works most of the times?

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RE: What are the key areas on which every Electronics Instrumentation & Control Engineer works most of the times?

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A control and instrumentation engineer is essentially responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and/or maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. Tasks and responsibilities, which are common to instrumentation engineers, may include:

  • Designing and developing new control systems;
  • Maintaining and modifying existing systems;
  • Managing operations;
  • Working collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff;
  • Contacting clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authorities
  • Project management within cost and time constrained environments;
  • Troubleshooting and problem-solving;
  • Understanding and ensuring compliance with the health and safety regulations and quality standards
  • Providing advice and consultancy support;
  • Purchasing equipment;
  • Writing computer software;
  • Developing new business proposals
  • Domain expert in IT industries
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The scope of instrumentation engineering is vast, and appears to be growing, in part due to the increased use of automatic control in manufacturing and process plants. Growth is also tied to the development of more accurate and more robust sesnors, which allow us to detect phenomena of interest (such as the presence of minute levels of toxins in food) with much higher precision than what we could do a generation ago.

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