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"The objectives of the SECTION shall be those of the SOCIETY: to advance and to reinforce the arts and sciences related to the theory, design, manufacture and use of instrumentation, computers and systems for measurement and control in the various sciences and technologies for the benefit of mankind."
Quoted from our Bylaws.The Wilmington Section of the International Society of Automation was formed in 1950 to further the knowledge of engineers designing projects in the rapidly developing science and application of automatic control. Those were the exciting days with rapid increase of knowledge and the frequent appearance of new products. This Section enjoys the reputation of being one of the larger and more active Sections. It is well known for the many contributions of its members in the field of control. It has supplied many Society leaders at District and National, now International levels. Participation in the Section provides opportunities to meet other knowledgeable engineers and offers a path to leadership positions at all levels.