Active Schneider Electric VP Named to Measurement, Control & Automation Assoc. Hall of Fame

The Measurement, Control & Automation Association will induct Peter G. Martin, PhD, Vice President of Strategic Ventures with Schneider Electric on April 24.

The Measurement, Control & Automation Association will induct Peter G. Martin, PhD — Vice President of Strategic Ventures with Schneider Electric —into the Measurement, Control and Automation Hall of Fame on Tuesday, April 24 during the Association’s Industry Forum in Houston, TX.

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Dr. Peter G. Martin

Dr. Martin becomes the seventh member of the Hall of Fame, whose members include Gordon Arnold (Sierra Monitor), Wade Mattar (Schneider Electric), Robert Deane and Malcolm McQueen (both with FCI), Richard Morley (deceased, Father of the PLC), and Judy Stevenson (deceased, Magnetrol).

Dr. Martin joined the Foxboro Company 30 years ago. He holds several patents and has authored numerous published articles and technical papers and written two books.

Also active with his industry trade association, after several years on the MCAA Board of Directors, Dr. Martin served as Chairman in 2017. He has also been very active in leading the Association’s efforts regarding Workforce Development.

He has been named a Hero of Manufacturing by Fortune Magazine, holds the Life Achievement Award from the Automation Founders Circle, and has been named one of the 50 Most Influential Innovators of All Time by ISA.

As the voice of the measurement, control and automation industry, MCAA provides manufacturers and distributors of instrumentation and systems used by industry around the world with the best community and resources for business effectiveness and growth through unsurpassed market and business insights, unique networking opportunities, effective employee onboarding and development programs and unbiased, affordable market data.

 

 

 

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