Instrumentation technicians monitor atmospheric and environmental changes in industrial areas and buildings. They use a variety of instruments and devices to record and report these changes. These industries require extremely precise measuring and monitoring equipment to regulate flow and pressure rates, keep track of production, manage power use, and ensure safety.
Instrumentation is defined as the art and science of measurement and control of process variables within a production or manufacturing area. An Instrumentation engineer is responsible for designing, installing, developing, managing and maintaining equipment that is made to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. EMCI offers industrial instrumentation design course for professionals and freshers that covers the key features of present instrumentation and process control technology and is designed to allow maintenance personnel to carry out commissioning, calibration and maintenance of the typical devices used for control and measurement in industrial systems. We commit to give you exposure to real time situations which helps you during your job or enhance your existing skills.