is ARC’s lead analyst for the Distributed Control System (DCS) market.
In addition, ARC leverages Harry’s utility expertise in its coverage of
Smart Grid, industrial networking, networking and communication standards, and
the electric power vertical industry. His research topics include
the DCS integration and architecture, Smart Grid, Smart Metering, energy
storage, industrial wireless, industrial Ethernet and emerging network
has 30 years of experience in automation, power generation, energy management,
modeling and simulation, advanced control, and optimization. He
has written for Control Design, Power magazine, and Hydrocarbon Processing
magazine, as well as for many technical and industry conferences.
Prior to joining ARC, Harry served in a variety of marketing, sales and
engineering posts for Simsci-Esscor, Invensys, and Foxboro. He
also worked as a performance and automation engineer in fossil and nuclear power
generation at the Detroit Edison Company.
is a graduate of Tufts University with a BS in electrical engineering and also
has an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.