Welcome to the International Society of Automation (ISA) Ireland Section website. If your career is in Automation or Measurement and Control, the Ireland Section of ISA, which caters for the technical, scientific and educational needs of its members, can help you. As automation professionals you can further your career goals by availing of training and networking opportunities, and benefit from improved technical and leadership skills.

We have created a new LinkedIn group, International Society of Automation (ISA) Ireland. Simply select Ireland Section LinkedIn under Useful Links and request access to the group. This is a great opportunity for all of our Section members to contribute to topics and issues relevant to you. We look forward to your participation great or small and welcome any suggestions or feedback which you may have.

Upcoming Events


ISA 2015 SeminarTechnology Modernization – agenda more info..

Wednesday, 25th March 2015

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

“This is an all-day seminar event with an interactive period to speak with vendors”

08:30am (for registration) until 17:30pm.

ISA-Ireland-Seminar-15-Booking (http://www NULL.eventbrite NULL.ie/e/isa-ireland-seminar-15-technology-modernization-of-plant-automation-systems-tickets-15598287899?aff=es2&rank=1)

A showcase of new developments within automation technology solutions in the manufacturing and service industries. This event is themed towards approaches that are needed to allow plant systems to be upgraded, for example, to a new OS platform/hardware or utilizing a virtual environment.

Tech Talks

Wednesday, 18th February:  “Harmonization of C&Q and CSV Initiatives” more info..

Wednesday, 28th January: “Safety Standards are changing – but how do deal with this in a practical manner?” more info..

Wednesday, 26th November: “Functional Safety Standards Past, Present and Future” more info..


Sunday 20th March: MES Conference “Where Next for MES?” photos from event more info..

Wednesday 05th March: “Energy firm cyber-defence is ‘too weak’, insurers say” (http://www NULL.bbc NULL.com/news/technology-26358042) – BBC article

Thursday 17th October: ISPE GAMP COP Ireland group picture