Omega Managing Director Elected as Vice President of the Institute of Measurement and Control

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David Tipton has been chosen for a three-year term as a Vice President of the Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC), effective from 1st January 2017

David Tipton
David Tipton

Omega Engineering announces that its Managing Director, David Tipton, CEng FInstMC, has been elected for a three-year term as a Vice President of the Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC), effective from 1st January 2017.

Throughout his career, David Tipton has been involved in developing and applying measurement & control solutions in process industries globally, holding positions in R&D, services & commissioning, sales, product management and for the last 20 years, at an Executive/Director level with companies of note in the industry. 

A Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute, David Tipton is also a registered with the Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI) as a European Engineer.

David Tipton commented on his appointment “I am passionate about our profession and have always encouraged colleagues to join the Institute and have mentored them accordingly. I am concerned that we are not attracting enough engineers at all levels to become involved in our profession and our Institute. Over the years, I have personally observed the benefits of academia and industry working closely together and I will be actively engaged in developing the Institute of Measurement and Control as the Institute of choice for engineering professionals operating in our technology arena”.

Posted on November 21, 2016 - (146 views)
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