Licensed Professional Electrical Engineers
Only a licensed engineer may prepare, sign and seal, and submit engineering plans and drawings to a public authority for approval, or seal engineering work for public and private clients. Licensure is an indicator of dedication to integrity, hard work, and creativity, and an assurance that the individual engineer has passed at least a minimum screen of competence. Of course, licensure is just a starting point for professional growth and development, and participation in professional activities is part of the ongoing activities of a true professional. (source: NSPE)

ISA® Certified Automation Professionals®
Certified Automation Professionals® (CAPs®) are responsible for the direction, design, and deployment of systems and equipment for manufacturing and control systems. ISA® certification as a CAP® provides a non-biased, third-party, objective assessment and confirmation of an individual’s competence in the automation profession. (source: ISA)

Wonderware® Certified System Integrators
ControlPoint Engineering has Wonderware® Certified System Integrators that have undergone testing and achieved certification with the Device Integration Tools, IndustrialSQL Server, and InTouch® HMI products. (Reference: Wonderware)

Wonderware® ArchestrA® Certified Applications Developers
One level higher than a Wonderware® Certified Systems Integrator is the Wonderware® ArchestrA®
Certified Applications Developer. In order to become ArchestrA® Certified, one must already be a Wonderware® Certified Systems Integrator. After successfully completing a minimum number of Industrial Application Server (IAS) projects and passing a rigorous certification exam, one is then recognized as an ArchestrA® Certified Applications Developer. (Reference: Wonderware)

California Licensed Electrical Contractor (C-10 Lic.# 900853)
ControlPoint Engineering is a Licensed Electrical Contractor in the state of California. This gives us the ability to build our designs - seeing the project through from concept to completion. By definition, an electrical contractor can place, install, erect or connect any electrical wires, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduits, solar photovoltaic cells or any part thereof, which generate, transmit, transform or utilize electrical energy in any form or for any purpose. (source: California State License Board)

 

 
 
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