Emerson’s Micro Motion is pleased to announce our new Instagram page, located at: www.instagram.com/micro_motion. Over the next few months, we plan to populate this site with amazing photos, videos and information on people using our Coriolis technologies in many diverse applications.

Our inaugural Instagram post will focus on the history of Coriolis. French scientist and mathematician Gaspard-Gustave Coriolis was the first person to recognize the Coriolis effect. He also was the first to coin the term “work” for the transfer of energy by a force acting across a distance. Makes sense to us, because over a million installed Micro Motion Coriolis meters work every day around the world in just about every process application you can imagine.

Coriolis lived and died in Paris and, in recognition of his work, his name is one of 72 inscribed on the Eiffel Tower. So as you will see in our first post, images and information on the Eiffel Tower and Coriolis are the main themes.

With that, thank you Gaspard-Gustave Coriolis for the indentifying the Coriolis effect, the technology that helped Micro Motion become the leader in process automation.

We encourage you to visit us on Instagram soon – @micro_motion