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Insight Into: Process
Controls and Instrumentation is integral to the Process Engineering sector and core to Insight Engineering’s offering. We provide specialists across Hazardous and Non-Hazardous environments covering Chemical, Petrochemical, Oil & Gas, Water & Nuclear markets with DSEAR and ATEX as standard.
We have a wealth of experience in the supply of EC&I candidates with skillsets covering PLC SCADA design and programming across Siemens up to TIA Portal Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, Omron, Yokogawa. Quality & Inspection with verification including SIL FAT & SAT testing of new brownfield and greenfield site equipment.
Whether you’re looking for immediate individual cover or putting project teams together for larger builds, Insight has the capacity to support you no matter the scale of the project.
We go out of our way to understand where our candidates have provided positive impact and this has helped us build a network of some of the best candidates within the sector, from junior placements through to confidential hires.
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As part of our Insight Informed series, our Industry 4.0 practice lead Joe Lanigan-Smith gives us the low-down on everything Automation in the lead up to our Let’s Get Disruptive Automation virtual round table on the 18th September.
BlogThis whitepaper will explore both the threat that automation is posing to engineering jobs but also the way in which it is redefining the landscape of roles and how professionals in the industry will work, ultimately reflecting on how to find the right people for...
How will manufacturing SMES cope with introducing industry 4:0 into their manufacturing environments?
BlogIndustry 4.0 is subset of the fourth industrial revolution that will change SME manufacturing over the next twenty years and will make manufacturing workplaces almost unrecognisable from how they look now. No longer will the term be a buzzword you hear in a...