Yokogawa’s Dave Emerson to Be Inducted Into the Process Automation Hall of Fame

March 6, 2014
Emerson is the creator and co-developer of BatchML and the B2MML.

Yokogawa Electric Corp. announces that Dave Emerson has been selected by Control magazine as a member of the Process Automation Hall of Fame class of 2014. Emerson is director of Yokogawa’s U.S. development center.

The Process Automation Hall of Fame was created in 2001 to recognize the contributions made by outstanding process automation professionals working in the process automation and control industry.

Emerson is the creator and co-developer of the Batch Markup Language (BatchML) and the Business to Manufacturing Markup Language (B2MML). Based on XML, these have become the de facto standards in the process automation industry for the exchange of ISA-95*1 and ISA-88*2 data between ERP and MES/control systems, according to Yokogawa.

For more information, visit www.yokogawa.com.

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