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

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Instrumentation engineers work in a variety of industrial facilities that specialize in manufacturing, oil and gas production, energy production and the processing of food or chemicals. Their work involves designing, developing and maintaining the entire instrumentation systems of any industrial undertaking. They assist the management in selection of instruments to be used in manufacturing process for ensuring better quality ,efficiency, safety, dependability and productivity of the end product. They are involved in the designing of actuators, positioning devices and robots for industrial automation.They are responsible for repair and maintenance for bio medical instruments in the bio medical instrumentation units. They are responsible for taking care of automated set up in any manufacturing or food processing industry. They are responsible for monitoring, measuring and controlling physical quantities like temperature, pressure and flow in an automated industrial environment.Instrumentation engineers also set up and maintain complex computer-controlled equipment driving instrumentation.

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