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What do instrumentation engineers do?

Instrumentation engineers are responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining instruments and control systems that measure and control various parameters in industrial processes. Here are some examples of jobs they could do:

  1. Make measuring devices for temperature, pressure, flow rate, and level.
  2. Develop and deploy industrial process control systems.
  3. Investigate new technologies to improve efficiency and safety.
  4. Instrumentation and control systems require maintenance and troubleshooting.
  5. Collaborate with other engineers and technical personnel.
  6. Operations and maintenance personnel are provided technical assistance and training.
  7. All regulatory and safety requirements must be met in instrumentation engineering.

How to Become an Instrumentation Engineer

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