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

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

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Instrumentation engineering is one of the dynamic branch of engineering that includes study of electrical, chemical, electronics as well as computer engineering. Instrumentation engineers are employed in various industrial settings such as manufacturing, environmental, health, food production, mining and energy production. The key areas on which instrumentation engineers work most of the times include :-
  1. Engineering Research & Development
  2. Control system design and installation
  3. Process control and instrumentation
  4. Installation and management
  5. Sales and service of technical equipment
  6. Project and technology management

The nature of work of an instrumentation engineer varies from designing, developing , installing and managing equipment that are used to monitor and control machinery and processes.

The instrumentation engineers can find employment with :-

Bharat Electronics Limited,Defence Research and Development Organization-DRDO
Indian Space & Research Organization-ISRO,Engineers India Limited,Indian Railways
ABB,Larsen & Toubro,National Thermal Power Corporation Limited,Torrent Power
Texas,Navayuga,Suzlon,GAIL, Bharat HeavyElectricalLimited,Adani Power,Invensys,National Instruments,GE,Bosch




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