An on-line forum where the global DeltaV user community can share tools, control strategies, operating graphics, and other time-saving tips that make engineering and operating the DeltaV system even easier.
DeltaV LinkedIn Group
The DeltaV LinkedIn Group is an online community with a mission to provide everyone associated with the DeltaV digital automation system an easy way to connect through discussions and news updates.
DeltaV Facebook Group "Process Control with Emerson's DeltaV System"
This group serves as a learning community environment for the DeltaV system. This is a hub to connect students, interns, process control professionals, Emerson folks, Emerson local business partners and everyone else with a common interest in the DeltaV system.
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to be on Facebook, here it is!! You can ask and answer questions, talk about what you’ve implemented, give any feedback, share ideas, and network with industry professionals.
DeltaV Twitter Community
The Global DeltaV Twitter Community managed by Jim Cahill of the EmersonProcessXperts.com blog offers a way for the connected community to help DeltaV users, project folks, and support folks be more effective through their interactions. It's a great communications medium to ask "how-to" and other questions around the DeltaV system.
Find out how to join our DeltaV Twitter group at http://sites.google.com/site/deltav-twitterers/.
Duncan@Play in Flickr
DeltaV users around the world continue to catch our fun-loving spokesnonperson kicking back and having fun. If you’d like to join the Duncan@Play group and share your fun photos of Duncan for all the group members to see:
First, create an account in Flickr. The basic-level account is free, and allows you to upload and share your photos and join other Flickr groups.
Once you have your account, you can start uploading your photos. Flickr provides a web form for simple uploads, but if you are just starting out and want to upload a bunch of photos, you can use the Flickr Uploadr Tool.
Next, you now have to organize your photos. You can give each photo a name, description and search tags. You can also organize your photos into Sets, which are photos centered around a certain theme, location, etc.
The last step is to join our Duncan@Play group. Visit the group at http://www.flickr.com/groups/duncanatplay/ and click on the "Join This Group" link.
Emerson Global Users Exchange
This non-profit organization is chartered to provide a forum for the free exchange of non-proprietary information among the users and Emerson Process Management for all divisions of said Emerson Process Management, with an emphasis on the enabling technologies of the process systems business of Emerson Process Management, and its software and services.
Emerson Process Experts Blog
Jim Cahill highlights the expertise within Emerson Process Management.