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Integrating Microelectronics into Gas Distribution

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This volume contains papers presented at the first and second IGT symposia on microelectronics in the gas industry. The first was held November 18–20, 1985, in Orlando, Florida. The second symposium was held September 8–10, 1986, in Fontana, Wisconsin.

The purpose of these symposia was to disseminate information on the rapidly evolving topics of gas distribution automation. Speakers included manufacturing, utility, and R&D personnel. The papers considered technical, economic, and policy aspects of the application of microelectronics to gas distribution problems. The major topics included—

• Technology overviews • Commercially Available Systems • Emerging Technologies and New Directions • Utility Experience with Microelectronic Automation • Related Developments

Comparing the papers from the two symposia illustrates the speed at which this field changes. Products being designed or available only as prototypes during the first symposium were commercially available during the second. Several had already been reduced in cost and improved in reliability as manufacturers gained experience. The rapid technical and economic changes complicate automation-related decisions for both utilities and manufacturers. If these papers help to improve and simplify these decisions, our efforts will have been justified.

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